Mechanical Design Intern

internship - full time, unpaid

Bosch
Burnsville, MN
Closed
Posted 54 Days ago
Bosch
Burnsville, MN
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 54 Days ago
Closed

Description

Job Information Bosch Mechanical Design Intern in Burnsville, Minnesota Mechanical Design Intern * 12000 Portland Ave, Burnsville, MN 55337, USA * Intern * Legal Entity: Bosch Security Systems Inc. Company Description Burnsville, MN is home to the headquarters for the Communications Systems Division of Bosch Security Systems. Our main activities include the Product Management, Development, Quality, Financial and Materials Management of the Business Unit Critical Communications Systems, Pro Sound and Public Address & Conferencing. With our premium brands: Bosch, Dynacord, Electro-Voice, RTS and Telex, we provide solutions that reflect our brand values for audio quality, and innovation. Job Description This co-op/internship will fulfill an immediate need in our Aviation Headsets and Microphones Engineering department. Full-time hours are available during the summer of 2019, and the ideal candidate will be available to continue at least part-time into the Fall semester (schedule is flexible dependent upon student's course schedule). Local candidates preferred. Non-local applicants, please provide an explanation of your availability to work in the Burnsville facility. Must be authorized to work in the United States, sponsorship will not be offered for this role. The Mechanical Design Intern will be responsible for: * Providing mechanical design and test support for aviation product development. * Participate in product design and test plan discussions. Work with other engineers in developing prototypes (via 3D printing) and assessing product integrity through testing and simulations. * Provide mechanical documentation support for new and existing products within the Critical Communications Systems Engineering group. Coordinate (with manufacturing and engineering) the release of documentation related to new production units. Maintain current product documentation. Provide manufacturing with engineering support for mechanically re-designed units to improve performance and reduce costs. * Creation of and release of piece part prints for new and existing components. * Create artwork for product labeling. * Update documentation per engineering and manufacturing change requests. Ensure the timely flow of information between engineering and manufacturing. Qualifications * Must be in-progress toward a Bachelors degree in Design/Drafting or Mechanical Engineering. At least Junior status preferred. * AutoCAD and SolidWorks experience is a must. Other design software packages such as Pro-E is a plus. * Understanding of CAD documentation processes and tools are required. * Ability to succeed in tight deadline situations using available recourses. * Team player willing to work in an environment that embraces continual process improvement. Additional Information By choice, we are committed to a diverse workforce - EOE/Protected Veteran/Disabled. BOSCH is a proud supporter of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Initiatives * FIRST Robotics (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) * AWIM (A World In Motion) Job Location

Skills

product design, solidworks, cad, autocad, prototyping, 3d printing, mechanical engineering, pro-e, product development, microsoft word, brand development, product management, innovation, process improvement, math

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