• Quality/Process Improvement/Lean Intern - Texas

    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/1/2018 11:06 AM)
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  • Overview

    Help to improve the plants safety, quality and productivity goals and expectations.


    • Participate in the daily quality briefings.
    • Observe production products/processes and work with the manufacturing team to improve safety, quality, and productivity.
    • Collect, record, analyze, and present findings as it relates to company safety, quality, and productivity goals.
    • Provide support to Process Improvement Coordinator for map Production Process Flow.
    • Perform Time study and prepare data for developing Value Stream Map (VSM).
    • Develop data analysis infrastructure to help Process Improvement Coordinator in analyzing bottle neck and improving work efficiency.
    • Assist Process Improvement Coordinator to conduct PFMEA and Control Plan.
    • Support Process Improvement Coordinator to conduct 5S audit and Process audit.
    • Performs other duties as required or directed.



    •     Junior or Senior in College with Degree in Industrial Engineering.
    •  No experience needed.
    •  Must be able to lift, carry, push, and pull up to 50lbs for short periods of time.
    •  Able to stand, sit, crouch, kneel for long periods of time.
    •  Being familiar with effective problem solving techniques.
    •  Basic understanding of math equations. Statistical concept experience required.
    •  Pay close attention to detail in all aspects of the job.
    •  Strong analytical skills.
    •  Solid self-motivated skills.
    •  Ability to interface with individuals with diverse backgrounds at varying levels of the organization.
    •  Strong verbal and written communication skills.
    •  Ability to use Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook.
    •  Ability to work flexible hours depending upon the needs of the department.


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