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Engineering Internship

Job ResponsibilitiesWe offer an exciting opportunity for talented, creative, self-motivated individuals with a passion for Engineering and making asignificant contribution by starting off in an Internship or Co-Op in our stable, yet growing company.
Our interns/co-opstudents are considered a key part of our team and top performers are the first to be considered for full-time openings aftergraduation.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to work with our sites that make up the largest privately-held rigid plasticmanufacturer in North America.
You are expected to assist our sites in becoming more operationally efficient bytroubleshooting a variety of complex technical issues.
You will get the chance to lead projects that require in-depthprogramming expertise and gain significant knowledge in power distribution, among a variety of other engineering projects.
Having strong communication and the ability to be "hands-on" in a fast-paced company that provides exposure to both thecorporate office and manufacturing floor environments are the foundation for success in this role.
Mechanical Engineering Majors will learn:
- Project Management (Including development and tracking of project budgets and timelines)- Experience with Injection Molding Machinery, Blow Molding Machinery, Hydraulics, and Pneumatics- Design of Downstream equipment and systems- Design of Compressed Air Systems at 600 psi, 150 psi, 100 psi- Design of Cooling systems including Tower Water Systems, Chilled Water Systems, and HVAC- Design of Material Handling systems for transport of Resin and other materials- Understanding of how to install, troubleshoot, and debug Production EquipmentElectrical Engineering Majors will learn:
- PLC and Low Voltage Power Distribution- Programming with RSLogix 5, 500 and/or 5000- Project Management (Including development and tracking of project budgets and timelines)- Understanding of NEC- Experience with Injection Molding Machinery, Blow Molding Machinery, Hydraulics, Pneumatics, and Generators- Experience with Circuit Breakers, Fuses, Switchgears, Distribution Panels, Transformers, & Wiring- Experience with Servo Systems- Design and wiring of equipment and electrical panels- Design and Evaluation of Distribution and Lighting Systems, including 600V and higher systems- Understanding of Electrical Safety, including Arc Flash- Understanding of Communication Systems & Communication Protocols, including Ethernet, TCP/IP, Modbus, Profibus, andDevicenet- Understanding of Interface Systems, including RSView, Panel Builder, & Iconics- Understanding of how to install, troubleshoot, and debug Production EquipmentSkills/Qualifications- Working towards a Bachelor's degree in Industrial, Operations, Mechanical, or Electrical Engineering- Willingness and ability to travel extensively after graduation- Solid oral and written communication skills; Strong organizational skills- Hands On/Can Do Attitude (Must be able to install, troubleshoot, and debug Production Equipment)- Must be able to keep and retain project documentation, including revision controls- Must be able to interface with suppliers and contractors in person and through verbal & written correspondence effectively- Technical knowledge of AutoCAD (Layouts and Schematics)- Development and tracking of project budgets and timelines- All other tasks as assigned

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