Engineering Intern - Manufacturing (Summer 2023)
| Oshkosh Corporation|
United States, Wisconsin, Kewaunee
520 N Main St (Show on map)
|November 16, 2022|
About Kewaunee, an Oshkosh company
Kewaunee Fabrications is a top-quality, heavy fabrication specialist. Since 1941, we've offered turnkey advantages by providing all aspects of heavy fabrications-manufacturing, engineering, cutting, forming, welding, machining, blasting, painting and assembly-under one roof. It's what we do. From start to finish, we offer the single-source advantages of greater control and efficiency, improved accuracy and complete accountability. In 1999, Kewaunee Fabrications joined the Oshkosh family and helps transform tomorrow with their innovative heavy fabrication capabilities.
Assist the Manufacturing Engineering department in successfully achieving manufacturing goals and contribute to continuous improvement efforts. The ME Intern will receive assignments from the Manager of Manufacturing, or an assigned representative, and will be encouraged to contribute ideas and suggestions.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Audit and update work instructions, routings and bills of materials. Improve material handling methods. Perform time studies. Develop methods in fabrication and machining processes. Perform work station/cell analyses to improve productivity and quality. Provide technical support to the production personnel. Provide input for manufacturing fixtures and tooling. Assist with plant layout and work station design. Learn and use ERP manufacturing software. Create documentation for new product launches. All other duties or projects as assigned.
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