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Co-op - Manufacturing Engineering (Spring 2022 Semester)

What to Expect in our Co-op Program:
Expand your technical and professional skills in a real-world setting. Emerson co-ops are given meaningful work, support, and mentorship from experienced managers and key business leaders. There is the potential to gain knowledge and experience in a variety of ways by exploring opportunities associated with your major and rotating through multiple departments.
What We Offer:
  • Competitive compensation, flexible dress code policy, and paid holidays
  • Housing stipends for eligible students and a list of nearby housing options for relocation
  • Access to our newly renovated fitness center and wellness program
  • Networking and professional development opportunities
Our co-ops are a key talent pipeline for full-time employment opportunities after graduation at our many locations.
If you are an ENGINEERING STUDENT looking for an opportunity to grow, Emerson has an exciting opportunity for you! Based in our ELYRIA, OH location, you will work closely with Manufacturing Engineers on equipment improvements and have the opportunity to design, build, and validate tooling, fixtures, and other production aides. Additionally, develop and update SOPs, work instructions, change orders, and other documentation for the above activities. Develop and update production, tooling, and equipment drawings using Solidworks. Learn and apply World Class Manufacturing tools relating to Industrial Efficiency, 5S, and Safety.
  • Design, build and validate tooling and fixtures
  • Develop and/or update SOP's and work instructions
  • Develop and/or update tooling and fixture drawings
  • Participate in 5S and Safety activities
You are creative and stay aligned with your goals and stay productive. You focus on creating an effective collaborative style. You prepare content for communication that is impactful. You define issues and can map out a process. You dig for the root causes of a problem and look for patterns. You convert ideas into actions and produce results with new initiatives. You are open to change and continue to learn and experience new opportunities.
  • Undergraduate Student currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial or Mechanical Engineering or related field
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher
  • Legal Authorization to work in the United States – Sponsorship will not be provided for this role.
  • Undergraduate Student currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial or Mechanical Engineering
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Experience working in a manufacturing environment is a plus
  • Some coursework related to Industrial or Mechanical Engineering is a plus
  • Experience or coursework in design software such as SolidWorks is a plus