Job Title:

Embedded Systems Engineering - Spring AYPT / Summer Intern Student

Business Area:

College co-op/internship


Lexington, KY USA

Job ID:


Embedded Systems Engineering - Spring AYPT / Summer Intern Student

This is a part time position during the school year (15-20 hours/week) and full time (40 hours/week) during the summer.

The Embedded Systems area is seeking engineering students to work in a dynamic environment. If you want to work with the latest technology, in an Agile, customer-focused environment, while building your skills and gaining valuable experience, this may be a great opportunity for you.

We are looking for quick learners and hard workers, with strong technical skills equally balanced with good interpersonal skills.   There are a broad range of opportunities, with potential responsibilities including but not limited to electronic and code design, development and support that affect numerous aspects of Lexmark printer and scanner products including speed, usability, image science, energy consumption, network capabilities, and security. 

Students should be interested in one or more of the following:

  • Multiple programming languages (e.g., assembly, C, C++, Java, Rust)
  • Security
  • Multi-threaded and/or multi-process software
  • Image processing
  • Imaging system design
  • Electrophotography
  • Page description languages (e.g., PDF, Postscript, PCL, XPS, etc.)
  • General software engineering practices (requirements engineering, peer code review, unit testing, functional integration testing, etc.)

As a member of the Embedded Systems team, you will work with senior engineer(s) on one of the following teams: 

  • Firmware Security
  • Imaging Science
  • Connectivity Firmware

Specific responsibilities and the resulting experiences vary depending upon the position as well as the interests and educational background of the student.

The student should be working towards an undergraduate or graduate degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related fields

Students should have some programming experience.