Contract position: Engineering Intern is needed for a large Manufacturing company with a 50 year history located in Anaheim, CA for a paid Internship to work in support of our Anaheim, CA facility. This role will help drive some of our highest priority projects forward. This role will encourage you to spend time, learning from senior engineers, shift team leaders and production area leaders. Internship may lead to a full time position. The current internship program involves a rotation through various departments every 3 months potentially including but not limited to: Process Engineering, Quality Engineering, Production Engineering, Maintenance, and Safety. APPLY NOW! Responsibilities for the Entry Level Engineer
Requirements for the Entry Level Engineer
- Support various engineering projects related to the plants and labs
- Collect and analyze data, report and present results and conclusions
- Reviewing and correcting procedures and various quality related documents
- Opportunity to be part of continuous improvement projects both in the plant and in the labs
- Students/graduates must be currently enrolled locally at or graduated from a Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical or Industrial Engineering program at an accredited College or University
- Students must have an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (documentation required)
- Must be competent with Microsoft Office products, specifically Word and Excel
- Contractor benefits
- PTO plan
- Internship may lead to a full time position.
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