Alstom opens engineering internship positions in Taubaté
There are internship positions for Quality Engineering and Industrial Engineering
These are preferential opportunities for students in their last or second-to-last years of Mechanical, Production or Electrical Engineering courses who live in the region
January 18, 2023 – Alstom, global leader in smart and sustainable mobility, has six engineering internship positions for on-site work at its plant in Taubaté (SP), Brazil. Among the opportunities, four are for Quality Engineering and two for Industrial Engineering. The deadline for registration is February 3rd, 2023.
For all positions, the scholarship ranges from R$1,416 to R$1,859, depending on the school semester the student is attending. Candidates must be enrolled in Mechanical, Production or Electrical Engineering courses and preferably be in their last or second-to-last year of studies. Other important requirements for hiring are living close to the Vale do Paraíba region and having intermediate/advanced English language skills. The benefits offered are medical and dental insurance, life insurance, meal vouchers, transportation vouchers and TotalPass.
- Internship in Quality Engineering – click here to apply
- Internship in Industrial Engineering – click here to apply
Av. José Benedito Miguel de Paula, 788-2000 – Pinhais. Taubaté – SP, CEP: 12040-110
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In November 2022, Alstom inaugurated the expansion of its rolling stock factory in Taubaté (SP). The company invested BRL 100 million to expand and modernise the industrial site, tripling the built area, which now stands at 60,000 square metres. The investment is part of the company's growth strategy, after signing six national and international contracts. The production of two projects has already started and the forecast is that they will all be gradually completed by 2028. More than 170 trains (over 940 cars) will be produced by Alstom in Taubaté for the cities of São Paulo (Brazil), Santiago (Chile), Taipei (Taiwan) and Bucharest (Romania), highlighting the facility's ability to contribute to mobility at a global level. For more information, click here.