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2020 Summer Intern: Quality Engineering


Flight begins with you at Spirit AeroSystems, a place where you can explore your interests and grow your career by working on impactful projects. 
As a Quality Engineering Intern, you can expect to:
·        Develop processes, systems, and equipment that ensure quality, reliability and safety.
·        Analyze requirements for the development or modification of methods, procedures and metrics to ensure quality standards and practices.
·        Provide material review dispositions for nonconforming materials, parts and equipment.
·        Perform scientific evaluations, analyses and processes audits.
·        Test and approves products, processes, equipment, and measurement systems.
·        Participate in design and product reviews to ensure that producibility, inspectability, reliability, safety, Quality system integrity and business process
     management objectives are met.
·        Research industry standards, analyze and compile performance reports and process control statistics to improve process capability or product quality.
·        Perform root cause analyses and recommend corrective actions necessary to reduce nonconformance to design specifications.
·        Interface with company employees, suppliers, customers, and regulatory agencies to ensure compliance.
·        Use statistical methodologies to ensure that specified levels of safety, reliability, and process capability are achieved, maintained, or improved.
·        Gain real-world practical and leadership skills through challenging hands-on opportunities.
·        Connect with subject matter experts, mentors and decision makers.
·        Be a part of an intern cohort that enjoys organized social, recreational and volunteer activities.


·        You must be enrolled full time in a university degree program aligned to the area of internship - Engineering Degree Program
·        You must be a current sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student in good standing with at least a 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale).