Elkay Process Engineering Intern - Savanna, IL in Savanna, Illinois
Process Engineering Intern - Savanna, IL
Our goal at Elkay is to inspire everyday – customers, employees…and the employees of tomorrow. We focus on doing the right thing so we can be in business forever. Our values-driven culture emphasizes investing in people and treating them like part of the family. We’re financially-stable and privately-owned with a solid reputation for ethics, integrity, giving back, and providing an engaging, inclusive environment where careers flourish and grow.
It’s Elkay’s people who really give us our edge. We empower our employees to take the lead in delivering Elkay’s exceptional customer experience. Our commitment to our people is a recipe for success that has fueled our growth from a three-person shop in 1920 to one of today’s leading international suppliers of plumbing, water delivery and cabinetry products. If you’re ready for a new career challenge where everything you do will make a difference, talk to us about joining the Elkay family.
We are targeting students completing their sophomore or junior year of college who are interested in working in a dynamic and engaging work environment to participate in our internship program. Elkay interns will apply the skills and knowledge developed in college while contributing to exciting real world projects!
The Process Engineering Intern will assist with engineering and manufacturing facility projects while applying their problem solving skills. The student will provide support by performing the following duties:
Validate production standards (and Assembly Line Balance (ALB) data) for assembly lines and suggest/implement improvements
Update/create routers as needed
Provide assistance to Quality Assurance department by providing First Article analysis
Provide assistance on assembly line quality issues
Support major plant initiatives, Kaizen events, and other strategic goals in the plant
Students completing their sophomore or junior year working toward a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or related technical field strongly preferred
Ability to work collaboratively and/or independently in a dynamic environment.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
Microsoft Office proficiency (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
Creative problem solving skills essential; strong analytical skills desired.
CAD or SolidWorks skills a plus
Minimum GPA: 3.0.
Ability to work 40 hours per week.