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Sparton Internship Paid Program

Founded in 1900, Sparton is a global organization with 13 locations and more than 1,400 employees meeting customer needs through engineering, manufacturing and maintaining electromechanical devices with applications in biomedical, aerospace, military and other commercial & industrial sectors. 

Sparton has opened up several paid summer internship opportunities at our Brooksville Florida facility (just outside of Tampa, Florida) for college students who qualify. Our interns would have an opportunity to gain hands on experience and earn some money working alongside our engineers & technicians that are designing & building products that deliver value to our customers and our nation’s defense! 

Job Description:
  1. Complete assigned summer internship project, provide weekly updates and present results upon completion of internship. 
  2. Complete weekly summaries containing updates on action items, work, training, suggestions and ideas to management.
  3. Assist with research, analysis and testing of products as needed.
  4. Ensure compliance with all Federal, State and Company safety, environmental and security policies, reporting any concerns or suspected violations to management immediately.  
  5. All other work assigned by management. 

  1. A minimum of 60 completed undergraduate credit hours (entering Junior year or higher) towards an Engineering degree, preferably Industrial, Electrical or Electronics Engineering. 
  2. Experience with Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office required.

Physical Requirements:
  1. Ability to communicate effectively both in writing & verbally. 
  2. Must comply with all required ESD and Safety equipment requirements. 
  3. Ability to lift or exert upwards of 10lbs frequently, 25lbs occasionally. 
  4. Frequent walking (we have a large factory floor), standing and sitting. 

EEO Disclaimer:

Sparton Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Veteran/Disabled 41 CFR 60-1.4