Manufacturing Engineering Intern – Operations
Summary of Internship
The Manufacturing Engineering Internship position provides an opportunity for engineering students who are currently pursuing an engineering degree to get hands on experience working with engineers in a fast-paced manufacturing/production environment. The manufacturing engineering intern will contribute to the bioreactor systems manufacturing and the mass flow controller calibration lab teams, as well as new product introduced to production, to provide process improvements, troubleshooting of complex systems, and engineering assistance on projects related to bioreactors systems and mass flow controllers. The position starts in June, paid working 40 hours per week through August. Opportunity exists for this position to continue through the academic year on a part-time basis to allow for class schedules.
- Provide engineering support related to manufacturing processes
- Collect, analyze, present data to identify area of improvement with manufacturing processes
- Create automated tracker to help provide service update to a customer related to the calibration services of mass flow controllers.
- Learn and utilize high precision test and measurement equipment
- Generate process flow charts
- Implement KPIs and metrics
- Accept candid feedback and look for areas of improvements
- Work closely with ERP system and calibration databases
Skills and Abilities
- Ability to work independently and as a member of a cross-functional team
- Willingness to learn, be mentored, and improve
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Vizio, Teams
- Exceptional customer focus
- Strong leadership and team building skills
- Student currently enrolled in classes leading to an accredited Bachelor’s degree in a related engineering, science or life science discipline
- Strong desire and motivation to develop a career in manufacturing/operations
- Aptitude for responsibilities, accountabilities and ownership
- Ability to lift 20lbs
To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States, and should not require, now or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status.