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Manufacturing Engineering Intern

Overview
Generac Power Systems Join the leader in the power industry! Our Eagle, WI location is seeking a Manufacturing Engineering Intern:
The manufacturing engineering intern is responsible for advance assembly of pilot units before release to the manufacturing floor. In addition, this position performs conversion of all model units per customer specifications and reprocesses incomplete units after assembly. This position is part of a self-directed work team that is responsible for timely completion of projects to meet customer deliveries and production schedule deadlines.
Responsibilities
Job Responsibilities:
Troubleshoot and repair complex mechanical and electrical assemblies used across all product equipment to the component level.
Analyze errors in design and assembly and provide detailed corrective actions to Engineering, Quality and Manufacturing Support.
When required, performs in-process and final testing of finished units and subassemblies.
Provides technical assistance and guidance to manufacturing teams.
Assists manufacturing support in process documentation, fixture design, tooling and work content analysis prior to manufacturing release.
Document product performance, functionality, design for manufacturability and part availability on rolling action list.
Communicates rolling action item list to support management during status meetings.
Converts standard product to customized specifications per customer request.
Performs rework on all model units due to part shortages as required.
Maintains a safe and clean work environment.
Reports unsafe conditions to supervisor immediately.
Qualifications
Qualifications and Skills:
Strong organizational skills
Ability to effectively communicate with all members of manufacturing teams
Strong mechanical and/or electrical technical skills.
Ability to perform assigned duties, troubleshoot errors and provide corrective action.
Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines..



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