The Process Engineering Intern will assist in design, testing, and maintenance of manufacturing and clinical laboratory systems. The position is intended to be a full-time summer opportunity for an engineering undergraduate to obtain hands-on experience with manufacturing support while contributing to business-critical projects.
Essential Duties include but are not limited to the following:
- Assist Engineering personnel with testing and troubleshooting of production and clinical laboratory systems including automated batch processing, filling and packaging lines, material movement systems, environmental monitoring systems, and other automated systems.
- Manage and complete troubleshooting, process development, and continuous improvement projects, drive issues to resolution, and report out on progress.
- Develop and test engineering, operational, and maintenance procedures consistent with medical device quality regulations.
- Collect and analyze system performance data, generate summary reports, and present results to the project team.
- Identify and evaluate equipment for capital projects and work with a project team select the best option.
- Develop engineering drawings, technical specifications, and scope of work documents to support projects.
- Complete and maintain test documentation per Good Manufacturing Practices standards.
- Dedication to teamwork with the ability to work as a member of project teams with oversight from other members of the Engineering department.
- Collaborate with key stakeholders across the business while providing value as a project team member.
- Ability to manage time and balance priorities between multiple projects.
- Uphold company mission and values through accountability, innovation, integrity, quality, and teamwork.
- Support and comply with the company’s Quality Management System policies and procedures.
- Regular and reliable attendance.
- Ability to lift up to 25 pounds for approximately 20% of a typical working day.
- Ability to comply with any applicable personal protective equipment requirements.
- Travel Requirements: Ability and means to travel between Madison locations.
- Enrollment towards Bachelor’s degree in Chemical / Biological Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Industrial Engineering.
- Basic Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Authorization to work in the United States without sponsorship.
- Demonstrated ability to perform the Essential Duties of the position with or without accommodation.
- Interest in pursuing a career as a process or controls engineer in a medical device manufacturing setting.
- Prior experience with reading and interpreting engineering drawings (piping and instrumentation diagrams, control wiring diagrams, etc.).
- Experience with troubleshooting, configuring, or programming industrial automation systems and components such as PLCs, sensors, drives, or HMI’s.
- CAD drawing experience.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and any other status protected by applicable local, state or federal law. Applicable portions of the Company’s affirmative action program are available to any applicant or employee for inspection upon request.