Intern: Assembly Industrial Engineering (Spring 2019)

Role Purpose
The Internship role provides students with the opportunity to apply academic knowledge and skills in a professional environment, and to promote the graduate's career goals through contact with professionals in their field of study. The internship experience enables students to participate in professional activities for the Volvo Dublin, Virginia facility by working on important and innovative projects.
The internship role will start in early January 2019 and run through the end of May 2019 as a part-time position with a target of 15-20 hours per week.
Professional Objectives
1. Project Presentations ? Formal project presentations will be required to be presented to peers, management, and senior leaders within the organization.
2. Mentor Feedback ? Throughout the entire summer experience, the mentor will provide verbal and written feedback on performance.
Core Responsibilities
1. Industrial Engineering Project ? The intern will complete a project(s) focused using his/her industrial engineering skill sets to improve operations in the facility. Projects will focus on improving ergonomics, measuring cycle times, and developing improved techniques to reduce cost of operations.
2. Major Specific Project ? As the summer progresses, an additional project will be given to the intern with a focus on his/her field of academic study. The project will be focused around the student's training and needs of the organization.
Skill Set Requirements and Minimum Education Requirements
Applicants must be enrolled and pursuing an Industrial Engineering Systems or Mechanical Engineering undergraduate degree at an accredited school and have completed 30 semester hours prior to the start of the internship.
Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
Applicants should be interested in pursuing a professional career in a manufacturing facility upon graduation.
Applicants should also have a working knowledge of CAD Programs, MSWord, MSExcel, and Statistical Analysis calculations.

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