Product Engineering/Co-op/Intern
Timmonsville, SC 
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Job/Internship Description
Product Engineering/Co-op/Intern

Product Engineering/Co-op/Intern (HSC00003O)

Position Description

Product Engineering /Co-op/Intern

Department Overview

Coop student works inlaboratory setting: learns and applies instrument operations to collectrelevant test data, and judge results against specification criteria. Someanalyses also may incorporate materials and metallurgical principals to createsolutions. Student summarizes work intoreports that are evaluated by Section Leader. Coops will also experience theability to lead small projects or participate in larger projects.

Duties and Responsibilities

* Participate in and/or lead department projects

* Gain a working knowledge of plant, departmentpurpose, customers, daily responsibilities and workflows

* Gather data as needed to help with problem solving

* Track/document data

* Presenting findings or recommendations tomembers of leadership

DailyTasks

* Attend /participate in Department meetings

* Associateand/or vendor interactions

* Practice "Goto the Spot" approach when researching/solving problems

* Partner withidentified department mentor

* DataCollection (

* Project work

* Presentationpreparation

* Awareness ofany safety hazards and reporting of any safety concerns

* Intake analysis requests from colleagues andassess the scope of the appropriate analysis\

* Use of laboratory instruments to perform testsand analyses

* Writing reports to summarize results andexpress conclusions

Required Skills

* Can effectively communicate with otherdepartments to achieve project requirements (schedule, task, direction, etc.)

* Strong analytical skills (logical thoughtprocess)

* Timemanagement and problem solving skills

* Abilityto adapt to changing priorities while still achieving deadlines

* Proficientin Microsoft Office products (Excel, PowerPoint, Word & Outlook)

* Basic knowledge of All Terrain Vehicles is aplus

* Required introductory knowledge of materialsscience, materials, metallurgical and /or polymer engineering

RequiredJob Relevant Experience

* Completion of at least two semesters at atwo/four year college or trade school

Degree/EducationalRequirement

* Actively pursuing two/four year degree

* Areas of degree/specialization considered:Materials Science & Engineering, Materials Engineering, Materials Science,Materials Technology, Metallurgy/Metallurgical Engineering, WeldingEngineering, Polymer Engineering

AdditionalWork Factors:

* Maybe asked to support flexible work schedules including shifts as necessary

* Mustbe willing to travel as required

* AnticipatedTravel: Domestic 10%, International 0%

* Mustbe able to work overtime as necessary to support department needs (short-termand/or scheduled)

* Estimatedamount of overtime: 1-2 hours per week


 

Position Summary
Start Date
As soon as possible
Employment Type
Full Time
Period of Employment
Open
Type of Compensation
Paid
College Credits Earned
No
Tuition Assistance
No
Required Student Status
Open
Preferred Majors
Other
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