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Hardware Development Engineer Internship

Amazon internships are full-time positions, and interns should expect to work Monday-Friday, up to 40 hours per week typically between 8am-5pm. Specific team norms around working hours will be communicated by your manager. Interns should not have conflicts such as classes or other employment during the Amazon work-day.

Applicants should have a minimum of one quarter/semester/trimester remaining in their studies after their internship concludes. By applying to this position, your application will be considered for all Hardware Development Engineering Intern roles at all locations we hire for in the United States including but not limited to: Greater Seattle Area (Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond), Greater Bay Area (San Francisco, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara), Greater DMV (DC, MD, VA), Greater Boston Area (Boston, North Reading), Greater Los Angeles Area (Los Angeles, Pasadena, Northridge), Detroit (MI), San Diego (CA).

You will be able to provide your preference of location and start date during the application process but, we cannot guarantee that we can meet your selection based on several factors including but not limited to the availability and business needs of this role. Finalization on the location and start dates available will be provided to you at the time of job offer.

Start dates for our internships in this posting include the following periods:
1. Summer (Starts May/August 2024)
2. Fall (Starts August/September 2024)
3. Winter (Starts January/February 2025)



As a Hardware Development Engineer intern you will engage with an experienced cross-disciplinary staff to conceive and design innovative consumer products. You will work closely with an internal inter-disciplinary team, and outside partners to drive key aspects of product definition, execution, and test. You must be responsive, flexible and able to succeed within an open collaborative peer environment.
● Perform schematic design.
● Validate hardware and debug issues.
● Develop automated test tools (labview, HPVEE).
● Travel to support engineering builds.



● Currently working towards a Bachelor’s or Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Systems Engineering, or other equivalent discipline, with an expected conferral date between March 2024 – December 2027.
● Embedded systems projects experience.
● Analog and digital skills with embedded systems experience.
● Knowledge of schematic design and debug skills.



• Strong analytic and problem-solving skills.
• Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
• Pursuant to the Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.