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Process Engineering Intern

GameStop in Grapevine, TX is seeking a Process Engineering Intern to support the Refurbishment Operation Center (ROC) in process and continuous improvement activities. The Process Engineering Intern will ensure existing manufacturing/repair processes adhere to best practices and consider new processes and equipment for improvement. The processes include the refurbishment of a variety of consumer electronics products that are processed by the Refurbishment Operations Center. The role encompasses from development of concepts through the execution of solutions.
Basic Qualifications and Required Skills

  • Currently Enrolled in a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or PhD Degree program with a major in engineering or related field
  • Degree(s) Preferred: Industrial, Electrical, Mechanical, Manufacturing Engineering, Robotics or related fields.
  • Understanding of Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement processes
  • Proficiency in a Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, Visio) software
  • Excellent quantitative and analytical skills with an aptitude of problem solving.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, highly collaborative environment.
  • Able to work independently, take initiative and drive for results with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to work 10 weeks during the summer break and potentially 20 hours +/- during school year.
Desired Skills and Experience

  • Previous working experience in a manufacturing/ production environment
  • Experience in the use of Lean tools and principles such as Kaizen, 5S, Poka-Yoke, Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and Value Stream Mapping (VSM).
  • Mechanical ability or background is preferred for working directly with manufacturing and fabrication tools, jigs, and equipment.
  • CAD Skills (3D and/or 2D)
Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work with engineering staff and repair technicians to gain an understanding of the daily challenges on the production floor and to integrate new technologies and update existing systems.
  • Use Engineering and Lean principles to establish current state and develop future state plans.
  • Identify, evaluate, and recommend cost saving opportunities by identifying process, quality and safety related improvement projects.
  • Implement lean manufacturing tools on the production floor. Perform time studies, calculate cycle time, and develop basic manufacturing flow and capacity plans.
  • Analyze and design sequence of operations and workflow to improve efficiencies.
  • Review and audit standard work documents and work instructions to standardize processes across operations and between shifts.
  • Support facility layout and design, equipment relocation, and layout optimization projects
  • Recommend workflow, equipment, or other changes based on analysis to improve material flow, storage & processing capacity, cycle time, and productivity.
  • Collaborate with multiple internal departments and interface with various levels of employees & management to complete tasks.
  • Presentation/Report on an improvement project at the end of internship.