3021432-Industrial Engineer Intern
Industrial Engineering at HP-Corvallis may include, but is not limited to:
• Process Design and Optimization
• Optimize Material, People and Information Flow for existing and proposed proto & production lines using:
- Lean, Six Sigma and Theory of Constraints
- Modeling - Capacity, Product Flow and Staffing
Under the guidance of an IE mentor, using technical knowledge, business acumen, and partnering skills, the candidate may participate in project teams and activities to develop and implement cost estimates, capacity models, time standards, production area layouts, and recommendations for tooling and process requirements for existing and new product introductions.
Activities may include:
Designing portions of engineering solutions, including methods, operation sequences, and processes for the manufacture of parts, component sub-assemblies, and final assemblies, based on established engineering principles and in accordance with provided specifications and requirements.
Developing and Implementing time standards, production area layouts, requirements for manufacturing tooling and processes, cost estimates, capacity models and recommendations for tooling and process. Designs and develops discrete event simulation models to improve and optimize manufacturing lines.
Collaborating and communicating with management, as well as internal and outsourced manufacturing and development partners regarding process and standards compliance, manufacturing issues and recommendations for problem resolution.
Participates as a member of project team of other engineering disciplines and internal and outsourced manufacturing partners to develop and execute reliable, cost effective and high quality solutions for low to moderately- complex products.