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🚀 Internship

Supply Chain NPI Engineering Intern

🚀 Summer Internship

San Francisco

AI generated summary

  • The candidate must be enrolled in an accredited college/university, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, be legally authorized to work in the US, have transportation to and from work daily, demonstrated leadership experience, be highly organized and able to prioritize projects, have good interpersonal and communication skills, be proficient with Microsoft Office, and preferred knowledge/experience in tools such as DOE's, statistical methods, CAD, failure analysis techniques, robotics, programming, and participation in campus/community service activities.
  • The Supply Chain NPI Engineering Intern at Johnson & Johnson will collaborate with various teams to design and develop the manufacturing process for surgical robotics components, write protocols and reports, analyze data, collaborate with suppliers, lead small projects, and support the local community.

Summer Internship

Software EngineeringSan Francisco

Description

  • As an engineering intern, you will be assigned to support activities related to New Product Introduction (NPI), process development & qualification, equipment design/development/qualification, mfg. process changes, test method development, external manufacturing process changes, and overall project and portfolio management.
  • Advantages Of This Internship: Build a network with large number of peers from top universities | End to end supply chain exposure | Collaborate directly with professional engineers | Mentoring | Cross-functional exposure | Structured assignments | Exposure to a wide variety of manufacturing processes.

Requirements

  • Enrolled in an accredited college/university.
  • Preferred majors are: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Biomedical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Material Science and Engineering.
  • Experience and Skills:
  • A minimum G.P.A. of 3.0
  • Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the US
  • Completion of at least a first year of undergraduate academic program
  • Must have transportation to and from work daily
  • Demonstrated leadership experience in projects or other activities
  • Must be highly organized with the ability to drive projects/tasks simultaneously and effectively prioritize projects and tasks
  • Must have the ability to work individually as well as on a team
  • Must have good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office including Word, PowerPoint, Sharepoint, Excel
  • Preferred:
  • Knowledge of tools such as DOE’s, Statistical Methods, CAD (Solid-works/Pro-E/AutoCAD), GD&T, Failure Analysis Techniques (Fault tree, Fish Bone Diagram).
  • Experience with commercial or pilot manufacturing lines & technical report writing.
  • Robotics, programming background
  • Participation in campus/community service activities

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Software Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with the Manufacturing, Software and Design teams to design, develop, document, and qualify the manufacturing process for electro-mechanical components and subassemblies of a surgical robotics system.
  • Write and execute process development protocols and reports.
  • Organize and submit process development samples for testing.
  • Collect, analyze, & report process data.
  • Collaborate with external and internal suppliers to support key projects.
  • Lead small technical projects and process changes.
  • Support local community through the Credo inspired events and activities.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

San Francisco