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🚀 Internship

Manufacturing Engineering Intern

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Shockwave Medical


1mo ago

🚀 Summer Internship

Santa Clara

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  • The ideal candidate for the Manufacturing Engineering Intern position at Shockwave Medical must be an undergraduate full-time student with a focus on Engineering, preferably Mechanical or Biomedical. They should have a minimum GPA of 3.0, understanding of statistics applied to manufacturing, basic project management knowledge, proficiency in Microsoft Office (especially Excel and PowerPoint), excellent communication skills, strong attention to detail and organizational skills, and the ability to work independently or as part of a team under management guidance.
  • The Manufacturing Engineering Intern at Shockwave Medical will be responsible for observing and analyzing the manufacturing process, conducting defect characterization and testing, updating visual standards, creating EBRs and analyzing data, developing standard work and assisting with operator training. Additionally, they will incorporate design changes into standard work for next-generation coronary catheters.

Summer Internship

Engineering•Santa Clara


  • The Manufacturing Engineering Intern will participate and assist in balloon characterization, creating and updating MPIs, LHRs, DMR, drawings, specifications, and labels. The Intern will also participate in data analysis, methodology improvement projects and design of experiments and the implementation of Lean Manufacturing principles with the goal of reducing the processing time per unit. 


  • Undergraduate full-time student attending an accredited university with major emphasis in Engineering (Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering, preferred)
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Understanding of statistics principles applied to manufacturing environments.
  • Basic knowledge of project management principles to track deliverables, and status of the project.
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Office, especially Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Must have good verbal and written communication skills.
  • High attention to detail and organizational skills.
  • Operate as a team or independently under management guidance

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • Observe and analyze manufacturing process for attaching the catheter connector to the balloon catheter.
  • Balloon defect characterization and documentation.
  • Perform testing per released test methods and initial analysis of gathered data.
  • Update visual standards.
  • Create EBR’ to build test samples from the defective balloons, grouped by the type of defect.
  • Test defective balloons per defined TM.
  • Analyze data, create ER to report the Update visual standards based on test results.
  • Develop standard work, update Manufacturing Process Instructions, LHRs, DMR, drawings, specification and labels.
  • Under management supervision, assist with operator training.
  • Incorporate relevant design changes of next-generation coronary catheter (cable sleeve, 1-wire PCB) into standard work.


Work type

Full time

Work mode



Santa Clara