Internships with Teledyne Continential Motors, Inc.
Teledyne Continental Motors (TCM), a world leader in the design, development and production of piston engines, ignition systems for major general aviation airframe manufacturers; and, provider of spare parts and engine rebuilding services has 2011 intern opportunities for students/graduates at our Mobile, Alabama location.
For consideration, please send your cover letter with salary history, dates available to work/hours (now, summer, etc.), and resume to TCM.Recruitment@teledyne.com and mention “Title/Auburn” in the subject line. No faxes, phone calls or other correspondence will be accepted.
Respond by March 31, 2011
Intern (Manufacturing Engineering)
Under direction of a Senior ME.
Assist with process improvement initiatives, job station rearrangement, etc.
Collect quality and/or process data for process capability studies, summarize and present to Mfg. group.
Take photographs of and write work instructions for production operations, present to Sr. ME for review and implementation.
Implement detailed part routing information in the MRP system.
Assist Manufacturing Engineering with machining changes/improvements by learning and applying CNC programming skills across CNC machining centers, lathes, grinders, etc.
Review/verify tooling/gaging lists by operation, and update work instructions.
Conduct time & motion studies of manufacturing operations, summarize results, propose process improvements, and update documentation.
Update floor layouts of manufacturing areas.
Other duties as may be required.
Junior standing in an engineering program.
Proficiency with Autocad, MS Office.
Ability to interpret engineering drawings.
Ability to work with varied disciplines at all levels within the plant (hourly, salaried).
Strong orals and written communication skills.
Proficient organization skills and ability to carry a heavy workload.
A self-starter with a passion to learn and succeed.
Manufacturing, Mechanical, or Systems Engineering program.
Previous experience in a manufacturing facility.
Familiar with LabView and or CNC programming
Previous time and motion study experience.
Intern (Supplier Quality)
Majors Preferred: Supply Chain Mgt., Aerospace Engr., Industrial & Systems Engr., Mechanical Engr., and Business Administration
Experience Helpful: Technical, mechanical, computer related work history
Conduct initial administrative reviews of supplier submitted surveys.
Track supplier corrective action response due dates & follow-up dates.
Conduct initial administrative reviews of supplier SCAR responses.
Regularly communicate to suppliers the need for additional SCAR data as requested by the Supplier Quality team.
Maintain log of supplier issues and updates for review during weekly SQ reviews.
Reorganize / standardize the supplier files located in R/I & SQ to expedite accessibility and retrieval of supplier First Article history info.
Support Procurement and R/I logistics as required.
Assist with administrative and supplier related receiving inspection needs as necessary.
Standardize supplier system file formats.
Participate in problem solving teams to improve supplier performance by gathering and organizing / analyzing data.
Conduct initial administrative reviews of rejected material transferred to VPMR.
Review VPMR contents and communicate needs to applicable parties (Buyer, QE, etc.).
Assist and track SP4004 resourcing activities / projects.
Function as liaison in absence of supplier quality engr. to support production needs.
Intern (Production Engineering Support)
Degree: Mechanical Engineering or Aerospace Engineering
Interest in engines and basic engine operation knowledge a plus.
Assist in writing Test Plans and Test Reports.
Microsoft Office experience (e.g. Project, Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
Excellent Organizational skills.
Excellent written and verbal communications.
AutoCAD experience is a plus but not required.
Engineering calculations such as stress and heat transfer by spreadsheet and by hand.
CAD modeling for candidates with AutoCAD experience.
Provide assistance to designers/engineers on various projects.
Non complex Finite Element modeling a plus