Intern, Manufacturing Engineering
- - Engineering
- Noblesville, IN, USA
The Manufacturing Engineering Summer Intern will work closely with the Manufacturing Engineering team to manage process improvements, testing, problem solving, and troubleshooting activities of disposable medical device development.
• Contributes to portfolio optimization efforts
• Work closely with manufacturing engineering team leaders to complete tasks that contribute to the company's goals.
• Execute test protocols and conduct tests for stated criteria following Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
• Author validation documentation under the guidance of the manufacturing engineering team.
• Document and identify equipment specifications for installation procedures.
• Develop and/or improve manufacturing processes.
• Investigate opportunities for reducing scrap and increasing efficiency in the production environment.
• Collect and execute inspections on process validation samples.
• Responsible for understanding all applicable procedures and product requirements.
• Contribute to achieving the goals of Ambu USNV.
• Identify areas in need of improvement on the plant floor, and develop potential solutions.
• Communicate with production staff to discuss needs and evaluate the effectiveness of any process changes.
• Participate in the SCRUM process.
• Effectively work cross-departmentally to facilitate results.
• Be willing to offer input and ideas to foster a creative and team-based approach to problem solving.
• All other duties as assigned.
• Presents accomplishments to Leadership team at the completion of internship.
• Highly motivated self-starter that works well in teams and independently
• Student working towards a Bachelor's degree in Engineering
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Ability to multi-task and pay attention to detail
• Proficient in PC skills with working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Solid Works
• Strong organization, problem solving, and communication skills
This is a manufacturing facility and as a result, employees have the potential to be exposed to noise, chemicals, fumes, airborne particles, machinery, vibration, or other workplace hazards controlled within compliance of current safety and health standards.
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