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Under the supervision of the Transducer Lab Manager, performs technical testing of ultrasound transducers and determines needed repairs. Records test results and other data into a computerized business system. This position is also responsible for inspection of mechanical parts and purchased parts prior to them entering inventory.

Reports To:Transducer Lab Manager
Status:Part-time Internship
Hours/Duration:10-12 Hrs/Week
Duration:April – August, 2022
Location:1950 Lefthand Creek Ln, Longmont
Grade Level:11-12
Prerequisites:Manufacturing or Robotics (IC or CETC)
Slots Available:2
Application Deadline:Friday, April 1, 2022
  • Performs mechanical and electronic tests of ultrasound probes to determine fit for use, and insure electrical safety
  • Diagnose problems with probes and determine what type of repairs are needed to return them to usable condition
  • Receive, disinfect and clean incoming probes
  • Follow all policies and procedures regarding clean work areas and environmental issues.
  • Adhere to quality system standards and procedures, and ensure customer requirements and needs are met
  • Continually seek to improve processes and workflows

Education & Certifications

  • HS diploma or concurrent enrollment in a relevant CTE pathway — manufacturing, electronics, etc.
  • IPC Certifications preferred


  • At least 1 year of experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Extensive experience using small hand tools on small scale products

Competencies & Abilities

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel and capable of learning new software programs
  • Good oral and written communications skills
  • Competent in using calipers and micrometers to measure parts
  • Ability to work in a highly regulated medical device environment; high attention to detail
  • Strong organizational, prioritization, and documentation skills
  • Natural problem solving skills initiative to bring solutions to management
  • Works effectively with minimal supervision; self‐motivated, proactive, and resourceful
  • Ability to adapt quickly to change and work in a rapidly evolving environment
  • Ability to interact with others; maintain strong working relationship based on trust and respect
  • Positive, professional attitude
  • Quality‐ and customer‐service driven to consistently delight internal/external customers

Application Deadline: Friday, April 1, 2022

(You must be signed in to your SVVSD student email account to apply)


If you have questions about this internship, please contact:

Kate Topham
CETC Counselor
[email protected]

Matthew Wiggins
Director of Community & Business Development
[email protected]

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