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Quality Assurance Engineering Intern - Spring Semester


Ametek
Location: Waterbury, Connecticut
Job type: Part Time
Sector: Operations
Category: Auditor
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Job ID #: 10849
Location: US - Connecticut - Waterbury
Functional Area: Operations
Division: Advanced Motion Solutions
Position Type: Part-Time Regular
Education Required: High School Diploma
Experience Required: Less than 1 year
Relocation Provided: No
Hours of Work: 20 - 40
Travel Percentage: 0
Shift: 1st

Position Description

POSITION SUMMARY:
This position is for a Full-Time or Part-Time internship minimally through the Spring Semester. Interns will work on real and current projects relevant to the business.

This position performs a wide range of duties to analyze, develop, and specify manufacturing processes including: operational sequence, tooling, methods, equipment, and controls to efficiently meet quality and quantity requirements of a variety of manufactured products.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Train and direct teams on the implementation of Lean disciplines focusing on 5S, visual management and setup reduction.

Create shop aids to support a visual workplace.

Address improvement needs from weekly 5S audits.

Train and direct teams on the implementation of Lean disciplines focusing on 5S, visual management and setup reduction.

Create shop aids to support a visual workplace.
Address improvement needs from weekly 5S audits.
Execute and complete improvement ideas originating from operations employees.

Write standardized work to help develop our lean management system.

Update Process Sheets and Routings .

Perform and observe manufacturing operations for analysis.

Identify opportunities to eliminate waste.

Support in administrative tasks such as data entry and collection.

Conduct time studies on the shop floor to update labor standards.

Create charts, templates, Value Stream Maps, flow charts for standard and clear communication of information.

Present to peers, leaders, and upper management as needed.

Position Requirements

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Education: 4-year degree in progress. (Manufacturing, Industrial, Mechanical Engineering or Operations Management).

Completed coursework in QMS, ISO, and AS preferred.

Minimum of 1 year LEAN Manufacturing experience as demonstrated through participation on and leadership of Kaizen events/projects.

Demonstrated technical writing experience (procedures, work instructions) preferred.

Ability to use Microsoft Office and other technologies to effectively communicate with others. Excel required, Access preferred.

Ability to train small groups in Lean Manufacturing techniques.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Job ID #: 10849
Location: US - Connecticut - Waterbury
Functional Area: Operations
Division: Advanced Motion Solutions
Position Type: Part-Time Regular
Education Required: High School Diploma
Experience Required: Less than 1 year
Relocation Provided: No
Hours of Work: 20 - 40
Travel Percentage: 0
Shift: 1st

Position Description

POSITION SUMMARY:
This position is for a Full-Time or Part-Time internship minimally through the Spring Semester. Interns will work on real and current projects relevant to the business.

This position performs a wide range of duties to analyze, develop, and specify manufacturing processes including: operational sequence, tooling, methods, equipment, and controls to efficiently meet quality and quantity requirements of a variety of manufactured products.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Train and direct teams on the implementation of Lean disciplines focusing on 5S, visual management and setup reduction.

Create shop aids to support a visual workplace.

Address improvement needs from weekly 5S audits.

Train and direct teams on the implementation of Lean disciplines focusing on 5S, visual management and setup reduction.

Create shop aids to support a visual workplace.
Address improvement needs from weekly 5S audits.
Execute and complete improvement ideas originating from operations employees.

Write standardized work to help develop our lean management system.

Update Process Sheets and Routings .

Perform and observe manufacturing operations for analysis.

Identify opportunities to eliminate waste.

Support in administrative tasks such as data entry and collection.

Conduct time studies on the shop floor to update labor standards.

Create charts, templates, Value Stream Maps, flow charts for standard and clear communication of information.

Present to peers, leaders, and upper management as needed.

Position Requirements

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Education: 4-year degree in progress. (Manufacturing, Industrial, Mechanical Engineering or Operations Management).

Completed coursework in QMS, ISO, and AS preferred.

Minimum of 1 year LEAN Manufacturing experience as demonstrated through participation on and leadership of Kaizen events/projects.

Demonstrated technical writing experience (procedures, work instructions) preferred.

Ability to use Microsoft Office and other technologies to effectively communicate with others. Excel required, Access preferred.

Ability to train small groups in Lean Manufacturing techniques.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
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