at Koch/Georgia-Pacific in Conway, Arkansas, United States
Program Overview & Who are we?
The Engineering Rotational Program is designed for recent graduates to gain experience in various areas of engineering and determine an area to further develop in their career. Rotational Program Engineers are typically in the Rotational Program for an 18-month period, involving up to three 6-month rotations at either various Molex or Phillips-Medisize locations across the United States. Opportunities are available within the following Koch Companies:
- Creating Connections for Life
- Bringing Possibilities to Life
What you will do in your role
In this role you will assist engineering efforts by supporting Engineers and managers on projects, testing, generating models, engineering changes, technical documents and more. This may also include temporary assignments in or outside of the continental United States.
Provide technical support to engineering teams as well as manufacturing and quality as needed.This may include but not limited to design work, testing, document management, etc.
Participate in design verification activities and to help ensure that design / process meets the needs of the customer.
Participate in meetings with different functional teams as needed.
Proactively seek out information and feedback on current assignment from others as well as develop working relationships with related work teams.
The Experience You Will Bring
Bachelor's degree in engineering disciplines including:
Quality, Biomedical, Manufacturing, Plastics, Mechanical, Materials Science, Industrial, Electrical, Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Software, Microbiology & Chemistry
Internship/Co-op/work experience in engineering
The candidate must be willing to move every 6 months to a new location
This position is not eligible for work via sponsorship now or in the future
What Will Put You Ahead
Design experience of electrical products such as connectors.
Familiar with solid modeling to generate 3D finite element models.
Demonstrated ability to analyze information and solve problems with sound solutions.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a team environment.
Experience in manufacturing, injection molding, tooling, materials, part design, robotics and affiliated processes; to include secondary operations and automation, is preferred for most roles.
Knowledge of Minitab, SAP, CAD, SolidWorks, Excel
Understand Statistical Process Control (SPC), attribute charting, Xbar & R charts, process capability studies, Pareto and cause/effect charts and DOE
Ability to manage small programs with limited assistance from others
Proficient in technical writing skills for example work instructions, validation reports, engineering records and quality notifications etc.
In order to comply with U.S. export control laws and regulations, this position requires applicants to either provide proof of U.S. citizenship or lawful permanent resident status or be eligible to receive an export authorization (a license) under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and/or the Export Administration Regulations.
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