As part of the next generation of innovators and business leaders you can share your skills on real projects from day one. Working with industry experts, the latest technology and a global footprint, you will deliver solutions to keep yourself, Agilent and the laboratories we serve at the top of their game. Make your career what you want.
With a specialization in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering you could have a variety of opportunities, for example as a Field Service Engineer you get to provide onsite support to clients with installation, implementation, maintenance and repair of many of Agilent products - Chromatographs, Mass Spectrometers, Spectrophotometers, Atomic Absorption, Fourier Transform Infrared, Plasma Spectroscopy, Data Systems, Purification and Proteomics Systems. These are complex instrumentation projects complete with the appropriate software solutions. The role also involves consulting and improving customer satisfaction through advice on maintenance and configurations, which may impact product performance.
With a major in Biology & Bioengineering you could have a variety of opportunities, such as providing onsite support to clients with installation, implementation, maintenance and repair of many of Agilent products - Chromatographs, Mass Spectrometers, Spectrophotometers, Atomic Absorption, Fourier Transform Infrared, Plasma Spectroscopy, Data Systems, Purification and Proteomics Systems. These are complex instrumentation and consulting projects complete with the appropriate software solutions. The sales roles utilize scientific knowledge in a dynamic, customer-focused sales environment.
With a major in Computer Science & Engineering you could have a variety of opportunities, such as specifying components, utilizing broad engineering concepts and research techniques, while documenting research and design specifications. This is in addition to developing software applications, test and measurement products, software solutions; software architectures, algorithms, hardware control, project planning, and supporting customer requirements. Other areas include mobile computing, high performance cloud capabilities, data analytics, e-commerce and enterprise-class commercial software systems from Oracle and SAP.
As an Electrical Engineer you could have a variety of opportunities, your responsibilities could include technical support, production and continuous improvement. It involves everything from printed circuit assembly (PCA) theory and design, assembly and instrument testing, diagnostics, instrument controlling firmware and software, electronics and system-level instrument troubleshooting, mine production test and field data towards instrument reliability, and customer quality, yield and cycle-time improvement projects.
With a major in Mechanical Engineering you could have a variety of opportunities, such as working with R&D engineering on new product introductions from the development of prototypes through pilot runs and product qualifications before releasing the product to the manufacturing team. Responsibilities include involvement in the proposal and evaluation stage, design review and validation, development of test processes including algorithm design, testing tooling and equipment, plus design for manufacturability, reliability, testability, cost optimization and product training troubleshooting.
With a major in Math & Physics you could have a variety of opportunities, such as enabling the design and development of products, components, processes, and systems using broad engineering concepts and research techniques. They also involve solving complex design and development problems, in addition to leading product definition and system design for complex features in development and integration. In R&D most projects require mechanical, electrical and firmware engineers, as well as chemists or physicists and software engineers, to create a complete system.
If you are looking for an opportunity to use your Business degree there are a wide variety of opportunities across all business disciplines, from finance and accounting, to marketing, operations management, logistics and supply chain management, human resources management, and communications. Apart from role specific responsibilities, you may also be responsible for project management of country, regional or multi-country projects.
Most of our interns and campus hires pursue majors in the sciences, technology, engineering, mathematics, or business disciplines. However we also need students with majors in Law, Communications, Organizational Development, Graphic Design, and other disciplines. Students from all majors are encouraged to apply.
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