Federal Mogul Powertrain Engineering Intern, Mechanical/Electrical in Greenville, Michigan

Title: Engineering Intern, Mechanical/ElectricalID: req15519Type: Full TimeFunction: Mfg / Ind EngineeringTop Level Division: Federal-Mogul PowertrainDivision: PT - BearingsLocation: Greenville, MI, United StatesDUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Federal-Mogul's Powertrain Division is looking for a Mechanical, Manufacturing, or Electrical Engineering Intern for Summer 2019 who will be given engineering responsibilities that will support the company as well as tie into the intern's relevant experiences. This individual will become a valued member of our Greenville facility, where we produce automotive and heavy duty bearings, bushings, and washers.An ideal candidate for this position is a candidate who is pursuing their Bachelor's degree in Engineering, with a focus in Mechanical, Manufacturing, or Electrical. Additionally, the candidate must be of sophomore or junior class standing. Prior experience in an engineering capacity (internship, etc.) or manufacturing environment is a plus.We are ready to act immediately on those candidates who are the best fit for the role. You will first hear from someone in Human Resources to schedule a phone screen, and then the next step will be a personal interview with our Hiring Manager. We pride ourselves on moving through processes quickly, and you can be sure of transparency and prompt communication throughout.Federal-Mogul LLC is a leading global supplier of original and aftermarket equipment for the automotive, aerospace, mining, marine and industrial markets. Founded in 1899 in Detroit, MI., Federal-Mogul has more than 53,000 employees globally and maintains its world headquarters in Southfield, MI. The company's products and services enable improved fuel economy, reduced emissions and enhanced vehicle safety.RESPONSIBILITIES:•Learn the basic production flow from beginning to end of the products made in the facility.•Create and implement basic process improvements for various shop floor systems.•Identify safety concerns within the plant and design processes and equipment improvements to mitigate and eliminate such concerns.•Communicate with shop floor employees and engineers, supervisors, and members of management to implement new processes.•Shadow engineering mentor and assist with additional tasks and responsibilities that he or she assigns.REQUIREMENTS:EDUCATION:Pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, with a focus in Mechanical, Manufacturing, and/or Electrical Engineering. Must be of Sophomore or Junior class standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA.SKILLS EXPERIENCE:•Familiarity with basic engineering principles and ability to apply classroom knowledge to practical manufacturing problems.•Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Excel and PowerPoint.•Ability to manage workload and seek out assistance when needed.•Strong problem solving skills.•Comfortable communicating with people of all backgrounds.•Eagerness to learn and contribute.•Comfortable with working in a heavy manufacturing environment with high summer temperatures and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements.Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled