Engineering Intern, Dover OH - Fall 2018 through Spring 2019 (613826)

to start immediately, Fall 2018
Responsible for providing assistance with engineering services to support existing development processes and support new process development for Zimmer Surgical manufacturing under the direction of a project leader or manager.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities- Participate in project teams (meetings, presentations, etc.)
Implement process improvement actions
Perform root cause analyses and troubleshooting for process non-conformances
Develops, evaluates, and/or improves product designs for both new and current projects under the direct supervision of assigned engineering or management personnel.
Learns to confer as necessary with appropriate planning, quality, regulatory, manufacturing and engineering staff in order to ensure efficient and manufacturable product designs.
Becomes familiar with Regulatory and FDA submission paperwork in support of product development.
Becomes familiar with production routings, bills of material and quality assurance documentation for product development.
Expected Areas of CompetenceAt a minimum, the individual must have experience:
Writing Technical Documents
Using MS Excel
Be familiar with basic lab equipment, such as DVMs, power supplies and calipers
Preferred experience with Minitab is a plus.
Strong communication, teamwork, and organizational skills are essential.
Education/Experience RequirementsMust be actively enrolled in an academic program for the entire duration of the assignment.
GPA of 3.0+ preferred
Pursuit of Bachelor\'s degree in engineering discipline. Mechanical, Biomedical, and Industrial Engineering Majors preferred.
Travel RequirementsNone
Additional InformationEOE M/W/Vet/Dis

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