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Manufacturing Engineering Intern – Summer 2020 at Olympus Corporation of the Americas

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Employer: Olympus Corporation of the Americas

Expires: 03/30/2020

Are you looking for a company that cares about people’s lives and health, including yours? At Olympus, we help make people’s lives healthier, safer and more fulfilling, every day. We are currently looking for an intern to join our manufacturing team in our Redmond, WA office.This program will run 11 weeks from May-August 2020. This is a full-time opportunity involving 40 hours per week. Experiences that grow you—and your career. As a Manufacturing Engineer Intern, you will contribute to our mission by working with the teams responsible for delivering product innovations to market.Job Duties:The Manufacturing Engineering Intern will assist with the implementation of Lean Principles at a state of the art medical device company. Position includes:* Working to improve the flow of product through the manufacturing processes* Helping to create a culture of continuous improvement* Performing time studies, working with assemblers to create standard work and line balancing* Learning how to facilitate a lean simulation including the TWI training approach* Working with the production team to solicit and implement their continuous improvement ideas.A typical day for you will include:*  Collaborating with your supervisor and team to complete role-related assignments and projects.*  Actively engaging in and adding value to meetings and discussions.*  Engaging in other duties, as necessary.Job Requirements:REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:* Must be enrolled in a full time undergraduate or graduate degree program at an accredited 4-year institution.*  Must complete sophomore year before the internship begins and graduate after the internship ends.*  Preferred fields of study include manufacturing, engineering, or business.*  Demonstrated ability to balance academic and extracurricular commitments (i.e. work experience, clubs, volunteer activities, teams, etc.). * Must possess excellent analytical and organizational skills.*  Must be proficient and have practical knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.*  Must be able to work well within a team and independently at times with limited guidance. *  Must not now or in the future require immigration-related sponsorship.****Olympus policy is not to provide immigration-related sponsorship for internships, Fellows programs and other entry-level roles that are fed by the internship program. Accordingly, Olympus discourages applicants for such positions who will, either now or in the future, require Olympus sponsorship in order to obtain or maintain lawful employment authorization. Experience*:PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:* Classes in Lean or Six Sigma