As a Digital Engineering Intern, you will:
Assist CAC Digital engineers in maintaining MBSE environments, providing assistance to our government and private sector clients as a subject matter expert on the relevant tools and processes
Assist in the creation of digital models that represent real-world solutions being implemented at municipal, regional and national levels to eliminate GHG emissions and ensure climate resiliency
Assist in the curation of our open-source repository of digital models and assist our public and private sector clients in choosing the correct models to fit their requirements
Assist in technical planning, system integration, verification and validation, cost and risk, and supportability and efficiency analyses for “systems of systems”—modeling can be performed for all lifecycle stages including: concept, design, manufacturing, test, installation, operation, maintenance and decommissioning
Work with a multidisciplinary team to undertake the logical and detailed conversion of customer requirements into “system-of-systems” models that acknowledge technical, schedule, and cost constraints
Assist in maintaining an online catalog of existing open-source digital models to ensure the widest possible reuse of these models. The catalog includes detailed descriptions of the models, environments in which the models are most appropriate to be used, a list of required inputs for the models and more.
Ensure that digital models in our global, open-source repository are kept up to date by merging changes provided by our customers back into the appropriate models (similar to the way an open-source software repository is maintained)
To promote further acceleration and de-risking of Climate Change related projects, the Climate Action Center offers an inclusive work environment that supports diversity, out-of-the box thinking, calculated risk-taking and people that do not fear disrupting normal ways of working in order to achieve 10x gains in effectiveness (think SpaceX).