Teledyne Technologies

  • Manufacturing Engineer Co-op (Jan-Aug 2020)

    Job Locations US-NY-Chestnut Ridge
    Requisition ID
    2019-11250
    Company Name
    Teledyne LeCroy Inc.
    Shift
    1st Shift - Morning
    Citizenship/Visa Requirement
    No Restrictions
    Internal Code (for CareerBuilder)
    #CB#
  • Company Overview

    Teledyne LeCroy Inc. located in Chestnut Ridge, NY (Rockland County, NY) is a high tech leading manufacturer of high performance electronic test and measurement equipment.  We are currently looking for a Manufacturing (Mechanical focus) Engineer Co-Op for the January-August 2020 block to support the manufacturing engineering function in the production of oscilloscopes, probes, and cables. This position will work with cross-functional teams to support company, team, and individual objectives.

     

    This is a great opportunity to do real manufacturing engineering and not the usual documentation/busy work that is so often pushed to co-ops and interns.

    We are looking for candidates with a genuine interest in manufacturing engineering and operations management.

     

    This job is very hands on and requires frequent prioritization, quick decision-making, and the ability to work with a diverse group of people.

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    • Process/Product Design and Manufacturing
      • Work with our newly formed Cable/Probe Cell to insource complex assemblies.
      • Drive the development of our overmolding process through tool design and validation.
      • Increase manufacturing capabilities by bringing new processes in house (Injection molding, laser wire stripping, potting, machining, etc).

     

    • New product transition from design engineering to manufacturing.
      • DFMA input into products during the initial design phase.
      • Test setup creation and optimization
      • Fixture design (mechanical and electrical)
      • Create work instructions and train operations staff. Work hands on with skilled assemblers and technicians to prepare for new product launches.

     

    • Cost reduction on existing products and processes
      • Re-design existing parts to be more economical and manufacturable (Example – Switch from machining to casting).
      • Source existing parts from an alternate supplier or using alternate manufacturing technologies.
      • Vertical integration – Make/buy decisions on components and subassemblies
      • Process improvements to decrease setup time and increase throughput.

     

    • Lead continuous improvement and kaizen events on cross functional teams

    Qualifications

    • Current enrollment towards 4-year Engineering or Engineering Technology Degree*

    *Open to all area of concentration the student must have a mechanical and manufacturing interest.

    • Minimum 2 years college credits
    • Things that are a plus and will help you stand out.
      • Genuine interest in manufacturing and manufacturing management as a career path.
      • Experience in a manufacturing environment from a previous internship or job.
      • Knowledge and/or courses taken in operations and supply chain management.
      • Ability to tailor communication (both written and verbal) to you audience.
      • Track record of leadership positions and self-motivation.
      • Hands on experience making things (machine tools, soldering, etc)

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