Supplier Quality Engineer Intern

1. Exposure to diverse and meaningful work that will help you develop world-class skills in a global setting.
2. Opportunity to work in a rewarding and challenging environment with a team of dedicated and passionate people.
3. Able to grow, make a difference, and convert passion into action.
The Supplier Quality Engineer team works with Evinrude outboard engine development teams & suppliers to insure successful launch of new outboard engines to the marketplace.
As Supplier Quality Engineering Intern, your key responsibilities are:
Work with Supplier Quality Engineers to perform APQP activities on New Product Development parts to insure quality processes are in place at supplier manufacturing site, leading to successful launch of new outboard engines.
Investigate and analyze defective supplier components & assemblies and work with suppliers to resolve issues quickly.
Work with Product Engineers to develop parts for manufacturability
Work with Suppliers to develop new parts manufacturing processes.
Your Qualifications and Skills
Enrolled in an Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical) program and completed sophomore year.
Knowledge of Internal Combustion Engines is a plus
Must be able to perform basic tasks in Microsoft and Google environments
Strong analytical, diagnostic and problem solving skills
Must be able to read and understand engineering drawings
Must be self motivated, self directed and possess strong organizational skills
Strong communication skills; both written and verbal
Must be flexible to performing a wide range of tasks, responding to changes in direction, accepting new challenges, responsibilities and assignments
Must be able to demonstrate adequate mechanical aptitude
Must be willing to work in a hand-on engine development environment

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