Manufacturing Engineering Co-op
Manufacturing Engineering Co-op
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The manufacturing engineering co-op student works on projects as directed by a senior manufacturing engineer. Projects may involve mechanical, electrical, automation and control, or information systems. The co-op is expected to work 40 hours per week during the co-op semester and may have the opportunity to continue part time during the academic semester as class schedules permit.
- Co-op duties may include:
- Gathering data for problem solving and process documentation
- Providing drawings for workplace and plant layouts, tooling and fixtures
- Delivering project reports and presentations
- Working with other disciplines
- The co-op candidate is seeking a BS in engineering and should have the following skills:
- Good overall computer skills including MS Office
- Database, drafting and modeling skills such as AutoCAD
- / SolidWorks
- Strong written and spoken communication skills
- Understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems or a desire to learn and research these areas to gain knowledge.
More about us
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Publication ID: US81339093_E2
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