Position description (PDF | 226 KB)
Moog Inc. in Blacksburg, VA is looking for an ambitious, detail oriented, and responsible Part-Time Engineering Assistant in the Motors department.
Here’s what you can expect in this role:
- Perform various engineering related functions including work associated with industrial engineering topics in support of our continuous improvement activities
- Perform time studies, data analysis and a variety of other tasks in support of Lean Activities and projects
- Administrative tasks, such as data entry and computer based activities
- Coordination with the office environment as well as colleagues on the factory floor will be required
- Daily teamwork activities in a fast paced environment
- Gaining experience in Lean, Continuous Improvement and Six Sigma topics
Here’s what you will need to be part of the team:
- An Associate’s degree in electronics or a related field of study
- Experience with schematics, blueprints, and related test procedures
- Ability to work with area Engineering to support current and new product lines, as well as working with production floor employees
- Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
- Strong analytical, technical, and trouble shooting skills
- Knowledge and experience in Lean, Continuous Improvement and Six Sigma is a plus
Moog is a performance culture that empowers people to achieve great things. Our people enjoy tackling interesting technical challenges in a culture where everyone trusts each other to do the right thing. For you, working with us can mean deeper job satisfaction, better rewards, and a great quality of life inside and outside of work.
U.S. citizen or permanent resident status is required.
EOE/AA Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation
Position: Industrial Engineering/Lean Co-Ops
Location: Disputanta, VA
Category: Distribution Operations
Division: Engine Management
Hiring Manager: Mark Hanlon
Description of Duties:
Are you energetic? Do you thrive in high-paced environments? Do you have a desire to utilize your Industrial Engineering education at an industry leader in delivering extraordinary customer service, top quality products, expanding distribution, and continued innovation? Would you like to be part of the introduction of a Lean-centered culture? If your answer is yes to all of these questions, then please apply for this exciting Co-op opportunity at Standard Motor Products, Inc. Engine Management’s Distribution Center.
We are currently seeking an Industrial Engineering Undergrad Co-Op to support our Lean manufacturing initiatives. In this exciting opportunity, you will utilize your Industrial Engineering knowledge to assist in the implementation of our Lean initiatives. We are looking for the brightest talent to help grow and develop our thriving workforce!
*Relocation or housing is not provided for this position.
Role and Responsibilities:
- Provide support to Facility Operations Managers
- Performing flow analysis and layout drawings for operation relocations
- Assist with Time Studies and the updated of various Engineered Standards
- Assist with coordination of Kaizen events and subsequent reporting
- Other duties as assigned
- 2nd or 3rd year Industrial Engineering undergrad student
- 3.00 GPA or higher
- Must possess a basic understanding of Industrial Engineering and Lean concepts
- Strong verbal and written communication with ability to effectively interact with all levels within organization
- A working knowledge of MOST and Auto-Cad-Lite or Auto-Cad (preferred)
Please send resume and cover letter via email after reading the position description and required competencies.
Desired Start Date: May 2018 - Jan 2019 (depending on previous intern end date)
Desired Duration: at least 12 weeks; 6 months if possible
Interns will be assigned Continuous Improvement activities on the manufacturing and warehouse floor. This includes value stream mapping, standard work audit/development, line balancing, 5S and other CI activities. They will each be assigned projects for their internship and are expected to lead and manage these projects directly with their customers, suppliers, and other departments on a constant basis. They are responsible for achieving results and desired metrics. Interns should also take initiative to identify and solve problems as independent contributors to the team. Their solutions must be sustainable for the long-term benefit of Tesla.
- Industrial Engineering majors in an established graduate program or be an internal transfer within Tesla (Internal candidates must be Industrial Engineering majors in either Undergraduate or Graduate programs.)
- Experience in a manufacturing environment preferred, automotive experience given preference.
- Lean experience preferred, no certification required. Must be familiar with continuous improvement programs and be able to work on those activities.
- Should have project management experience and be able to work within a variety of teams.
- Will be a team member, a team leader, and could be called upon to serve the role of coach for lean activities. Flexibility in work assignments is critical.
- Work environments will include offices, productions floors, and will include all areas of the company.
- Basic understanding of workplace safety is required.
- Flexibility in use of software required. Must be capable of quickly learning new software tools. Experience with Microsoft Office is required.
To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Timeline 1 (accelerated, not formally marketed, we will discuss timing on campus)
- Students interested in revenue divisions should target this timeline and start preparation / reaching out immediately
- 1st round HireVue
- Those who make it through Round 1 HireVue will be invited for superdays
- Offers will be made during this timeline
- Students should only apply in Timeline 1 if they are 100% ready (demonstrate potential/experience/skills) and would be considered competitive at this point in the process for any division
- For example, VT Investment Banking team will aim to submit high potential candidates as soon as possible who should expect interviews to follow
Timeline 2 (normal): Application opens July 1
- Wave 1 deadline is Sept 15; students will know by Oct 15 if they have a 1st round HireVue interview
- All candidates interested in revenue divisions should not apply past this date for those opportunities – everyone should aim to submit applications by July 1st
- Wave 2 deadline is Nov 15; students will know by Dec 15 if they have a 1st round HireVue interview
- When students submit applications for employment and events, they should use the same email address – otherwise the system will not pick them up
- Based on last year, we will try to fill a large chunk in Timeline 1 and Timeline 2 (Wave 1)
- Students should apply to 3 divisions of their choice - no benefit to only applying to one (e.g. IBD, S&T, and IMD); If you miss out on one, you may have an opportunity to interview with another
The Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE) in Jacksonville, FL is looking to hire and fill Industrial Engineering positions. Our facility provides Depot Level maintenance and repair to the U.S. Navy's airborne fleet. We are an aircraft and engine maintenance and overhaul facility with a substantial amount of manufacturing and repair capability.
FRCSE vision: We will be the provider of unparalleled value in airframes, propulsion, surveillance, countermeasure systems, manufacturing, engineering, and logistics services associated with aircraft maintenance, repair, overhaul and upgrade. Our workforce will remain world-class in its ability to maintain weapon systems and components.
The Industrial Engineering position would be within the Production Planning Division that supports Depot Level Repair of Naval Aircraft, Component and Engines by developing, sustaining and improving production processes through teamwork and Continuous Process Improvement (CPI).
This is Industrial Engineering position and has a full potential of a GS-12. If you are interested please contact Joe Ellison by email.
Full-time positions at ABB (posted Feb 26, 2018)
Manufacturing Operations Program description flyer (PDF | 222 KB)
The Manufacturing Ops Program is a 2-year program consisting of a minimum of three, 8-9 month rotations in the US manufacturing facilities. In addition to on-the-job work experience, program participants will attend training focused on both leadership and functional aspects of success in ABB where they gain high level exposure to other ABB businesses and sites. Please read the Program flyer for more information about the program, qualifications, and the link to apply.
Full-time positions at Missile Defense Agency, Department of Defense
Aquisition Manager in Redstone Arsenal, AL: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/491837600
Apply to the position no later than March 4 (Sun).
Internship positions at Independent Stave Company
Independent Stave Company will be conducting on campus interviews in the Smith Career Center on 3/21 and would like to invite qualified students to submit resumes for consideration. Interested students must submit resumes through Hokies4Hire (www.myinterfase.com/vt/student/secure) by March 4.
Engineering/Logistics/Management Trainee Internships: Open position description flyer
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