Mechanical Engineering Intern United States Position Summary Be part of a company that develops and manufactures assembly automation, material handling and transportation solutions using electro-magnetic technology, specifically linear synchronous motor (LSM) and magnetic levitation systems. Our LSM transport conveyor systems are an intelligent, high performance alternative to the conventional conveyor systems typically used for industrial automation. Experience the personal challenge of working in a world class organization and leader in the technology industry. The work environment is stimulating, challenging and fun. Work with an award winning team with an impressive track record in a unique environment. About the Opportunity The Mechanical Engineering Intern, under direction of the engineering staff, supports mechanical engineering in a prototype-manufacturing environment. Primary responsibilities include both engineering lab and production hands-on assembly and test support as well as mechanical design. Responsibilities
Meet deadlines in a prototype-manufacturing environment working independently
Under direction of engineering staff: Develops and tests machinery and equipment, applying knowledge of mechanical technology
Under direction of engineering staff: Using CAD, designs, fabricates and assembles new or modified mechanical and electrical components, assemblies, and fixtures for manufacturing, testing, & prototyping.
Reviews project instructions and drawings to ascertain test specifications, procedures, objectives, test equipment, nature of technical problem, and possible solutions.
Qualifications Basic Qualifications
Minimum cumulative GPA 3.0
Legal authorization to work in the US is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening.
Currently enrolled in a Bachelor of Science: Mechanical Engineering course of study at an accredited university or college
Attention to detail, disciplined work ethic, and strong organizational skills are a must
Hands-on mechanical aptitude: familiar with hand tools such as wrenches, cutters, crimpers, multimeters, etc.
CAD, 2D and 3D parts and assembly preferably Creo experience
Proficiency creating and reviewing detail drawings with GD&T
Design for Manufacture and Assembly proficiency
Experience conducting Failure Analysis and defining Corrective Actions
Requisition Number 89636BR Business Group Architecture and Software Job Category Software and Engineering Relocation Eligible No Position Type Full Time No. of Positions 1 Devens - Massachusetts Company Overview Over centuries, the world has evolved and advanced. New innovations change how we work. How we live. How things get made. The next industrial evolution is here - a new test of intelligence for humans and machines. Where breakthroughs are hard-won and success requires sifting through overwhelming data for insights, clarity and confidence. Rather than fearing change, we embrace its possibilities. We know how to connect the imaginations of people with the potential of machines to make the world work better. More intelligent. More connected. More productive. We stand with the problem solvers, the builders, the makers, the innovators because we belong to that community. And we stand ready to lead the way. At Rockwell Automation, we are expanding human possibility. EEO Statement Rockwell Automation is an Equal Opportunity Employer including disability and veterans.
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