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Manufacturing Engineer Internship (Spring 24, Summer 24, Fall 24) (Back-to-back terms possible)

  • Student must be seeking a Mechanical Engineer degree from a 4 year accredited university 
  • Indefinite U.S. Work authorized individuals only. Current/Future sponsorship for work authorization unavailable.
  • Able to complete 3 rotations: (Spring 24, Summer 24, Fall 24) (Back-to-back terms possible)
  • Preferred GPA 3.0

Salary: $21.00 -

Housing Stipend of $2500 per rotation for Co-ops who attend school more than 50 miles away from Bosch Anderson.

Job location: Anderson, SC

Mechanical Engineering Co-op Job Description
A description of the position that you’ve been offered is presented below. It is not expected that students master each of the core competencies and responsibilities during their first rotation, but that they show an understanding of the principles and demonstrate that they possess the potential through future rotations to display and utilize each of the competencies listed. 
Core Competencies

Problem Solving
·       Strong analytical and intellectual skills
·       Competent use of systematic problem solving tools
·       Demonstrate decision making strength
Social Skills
·       Effectively communicate and interact with different levels of associates and cultures within BOSCH Group   
·       Ability to work with workshop personnel
·       Interested to interact with people
Professional Behavior
·       Self starting, results oriented, flexible, team player
·       Exhibits a market/customer oriented mentality
·       Demonstrates a strong sense of teamwork
Project Management
·       Ability to coordinate and manage multiple tasks simultaneously
·       Meet deadlines on assigned tasks, utilize project timeline tools, effectively communicate goals and results
Principle Responsibilities
  • Help Manufacturing Engineers with design and fixing issues.
  • Determining root cause of line failures using state-of-the-art problem solving tools
  • Help with containment and implementation of corrective actions for quality issues.
  • Support for ergonomic issues at various workstations on the production floor.
  • Analyzing process data to determine effectiveness of process controls
  • As experience is gained, the coop will be provided more opportunity for developing projects and solutions on their own
Example of Projects
  • Update work instructions for a new product at each work station.
  • Implement a cost saving idea by working with vendors to acquire a piece of equipment for precious metal reclaim. This includes process development and creating work instructions.
  • Work with in house machine shop and tool room to design and implement new fixtures and tools for the manufacturing area.