Northwest Industrial Resource Center (NWIRC) is searching for a qualified student to serve as a Mechanical Engineer Apprentice for a company in Mercer County.
Our client is seeking a qualified apprentice to assist in updating maintenance manuals to create a more improved service manual. Specific tasks will be, but not limited to:
- Researching lubrication requirements for various components and creating lubrication schedules complete with recommended amounts of lubrication and lubrication frequency.
- Creating common component cut sheets organized by equipment type, size, capacity, etc.
- Creating a template for future employees to easily pull different PDF files together to construct a manual.
- Updating drawing files based on as-built prints received from production.
- Linking drawing PDF files to part masters in the manufacturers business software.
- Creating basic CAD drawings or solutions to problems encountered during engineering design or production of our product.
Candidates are required to be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university, and shall be pursuing a four-year degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Engineering; and have ability to work at the Mercer County facility. Prior manufacturing experience is a plus. Must possess strong computer skills.
Minimum required cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale. The position is available for the time period May 2016 through August 2016. Wages will be a minimum of $10.00 per hour depending upon experience, knowledge, and skills. Successful apprentice has the potential for full-time employment opportunities with this growing manufacturer.
Those who qualify can apply online at www.nwirc.org/apprentice or direct questions to Gretchen Reinard at email@example.com.