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Process Engineering Intern/Co-op

Process Engineering Intern/Co-op

ID 
2017-1602
Job Location 
US-OH-Dunbridge

More information about this job

Overview

This position supports the Lead Process Engineer in establishing and maintaining manufacturing machine process settings/control while gaining career skills and experience.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Lead Process Engineer in the following duties:
    • Identification and documentation of key machine settings
    • Evaluate and improve manufacturing systems
    • Establish and monitor machine audits
    • Manage process change requests and revisions
    • Manage process control tools (SQC software)
    • Statistical analysis of products and manufacturing processes
    • Work with Production and Quality departments in identification and implementation of continuous improvement projects.
  • Provide weekly updates of project status
  • Follow all plant and OSHA safety rules and regulations
  • Perform other duties as requested

PBE Teamwork Commitments:

  • Models company mission and values and adherence to policies every day
  • Demonstrates respect, fairness, and care/concern to all internal and external customers; treats all, regardless of abilities, personality, or behaviors, with kindness and courtesy.
  • Continuously fosters a spirit of cooperation within and between departments
  • Builds mutual respect, trust, and commitment through professional interpersonal skills.  Says what needs to be said, actively listens, admits mistakes, and represents what is in PBE’s best interest
  • Is approachable day in and day out
  • Responsible for end results within the scope of the position rather than passing blame or responsibility to others.
  • Views him-/herself critically in a constructive manner and seeks assistance if needed so that continuous improvement can occur.  Willing to change.
  • Responds to help requests positively and professionally.
  • Ensures that adequate tools to do the job are available.
  • Supports the PEAK Program, most specifically TPM initiatives.

Qualifications

Education, Knowledge and Skills:

Education:  Required: Actively pursuing a two or four year degree in Manufacturing, Industrial, Mechanical or other process related to Engineering field

 

Knowledge/Skills:  Required: Must have intermediate CAD/2D skills; basic Microsoft Word and Excel skills; a basic knowledge of statistics and Statistical Process Control methods, preferably in the production environment; and an intermediate level of proficiency in Algebra and Geometry.

 

Schedule:  A minimum of 20 hours per week during office work hours. The schedule can be somewhat flexible based on the student’s class schedule.

 

Duration:  At least one semester

 

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