Engineering Documentation Intern

internship - full time, paid

Revive Solutions, Inc
San Francisco, CA
Closed
Posted 68 Days ago
Revive Solutions, Inc
San Francisco, CA
internship - full time, paid
Posted 68 Days ago
Closed

Description

Engineering Documentation Intern Revive Solutions, Inc. - San Francisco, CA 8 hours agoFull-timeEstimated: $36,000 - $52,000 a year Apply Now Skills * AED Certification * Microsoft Word * SolidWorks Revive Solutions, Inc. is seeking a summer intern to support the development of required engineering documentation for the company's product development and FDA submission. Company Description: Revive Solutions, Inc. is a San Francisco-based privately held healthcare technology company developing a next generation automated external defibrillator and software solutions in an effort to significantly increase survival rates from Sudden Cardiac Arrest. To learn more about the company, please visit: https://www.revive.life/ Requirements / Qualifications: * Must be entering your sophomore, junior or senior year and pursuing a degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Biomedical, or Industrial Engineering at an accredited College or University. * Have a grade point average of 3.0 or better (on a 4.0 scale). * Medical Device experience is not required but is preferred with a desire to continuously improve. * Solid organizational and planning skills. * Strong communication skills, articulate, team player, and dependable. * Able to work in a fast-paced environment with accuracy/efficiency. Revive Summer Internship Program (Engineering Documentation Intern): Revive's Summer Internship is a 10-15 week program that allows for students to gain exposure to the medical device industry by being a part of working to get an FDA Class III medical device to market. By being a part of our organization, interns have the opportunity to work alongside our talented and committed professionals helping them to build a strong foundation for achieving their career goals. Our interns grow their network and enhance their skill set, leveraging what they've learned in school while also being challenged with meaningful projects that will directly contribute to the company's FDA submission. From day one, our interns receive formal and informal training to help them excel in their new roles, and we are proud of our inclusive and collaborative environment. During this summer internship, our interns will learn and perform the following: * Learn FDA Quality System Regulations used in the Medical Device Industry. * Learn to ISO regulations * Author Material Specifications (MSs) documentation using MS Word and SolidWorks. * Author Tool Specifications (TLSs) documentation. * Author Standard Test Methods (STMs) documentation. * Author Bill of Material (BOM) documentation. * Author Lot History Records (LHRs) documentation. * Author Manufacturing Process Instruction (MPIs) documentation. * Learn Supplier Quality regulations and support fulfilling requirements such as supplier assessments, audits, continuous improvement. * Packaging engineering configuration design, testing, support validation, work with suppliers/service providers. * Support/author test protocols, performs experiments, and author reports to support product verification efforts. * Support test method validations. * Perform basic statistical analysis for data acquired but not limited to V&V, HF validation. * Participates in third party and internal quality audits involving areas of responsibility. Assists with related corrective/preventive action planning and implementation. Deadline to Apply: The deadline to apply is May 31st, 2019. Job Types: Full-time, Internship Work Location: * One location

Skills

solidworks, testing, industrial engineering, microsoft excel, microsoft word, product development, continuous improvement, communication, training, organization, quality system, statistical data analysis, fda, iso, design

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