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This engineering student will be responsible to work with the team in scaling up and implementing into manufacturing new, robust toner products and processes on schedule.
The student helps design, coordinate, conduct, analyze, communicate and document designed experiments on laboratory, pilot plant and full scale chemical unit operations. Uses skills in chemical and polymer engineering and powder processing such as mass balance, heat and mass transfer, fluid dynamics, kinetics, mixing, thermodynamics and chemistry to solve functional problems with materials. May help design or develop manufacturing processes such as powder blending and support design, installation, and start up of chemical unit operations. Create conceptual and mathematical models of toner manufacturing and electrophotographic printing processes. Support existing products, scales up and implement into manufacturing quality improvements, cost reductions, raw material changes for continuity of supply and other continuous improvement and technology projects. Works with
Development and Product Engineering teams in the implement of new products and optimization of existing products producing specifications, processes and meetings EH&S requirements.
Requires two years of B.S. degree course work in Chemical Engineering. Min 3.0 GPA.
A self-motivated, customer committed individual with a strong work ethic, positive attitude, excellent leadership and superior interpersonal and teamwork skills is required. Excellent oral and written communications skills are required.
This position is at the Lexmark facility located in Boulder, Colorado. This facility houses development engineering and manufacturing for supplies of Lexmarks extensive line of laser printers.