The Product Engineering Intern will be in a role learning about the development and manufacture of ductile iron pipe fittings for the water works industry and developing increasing knowledge about engineering and manufacturing fundamentals. The Product Engineering Intern must be in the process of obtaining a degree in engineering (masters, bachelors, or associates), technology, manufacturing, or similar applicable education, with a desire to work in the foundry industry.
Follow all processes and procedures associated with the Tyler Union Safety Management Program. Advise management of any deviations from this program.
Update and maintain the product engineering data management system.
Learn about industrial manufacturing, specifically ductile iron casting manufacturing.
Spend a portion of time working in the manufacturing environment to learn the processes and unique techniques required for successful operation of a ductile iron foundry.
Complete basic engineering projects to include, CAD drawing, statistical analysis, and problem solving.
Use communication skills to ensure projects meet plant production, safety, quality, and environmental goals.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access.
Drafting and modeling using Solid Works.
Communication skills, both written and oral.
An attention to detail, desire to learn, diligent work attitude, and a willingness to work together as a team.