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The Precision Fluidics Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation is a leading global supplier of miniature fluidic components and system solutions integral to medical and analytical instrumentation device technology. Precision Fluidics Division is known for its innovative design and manufacture of miniature solenoid valves, proportional valves, pumps, electronic pressure controllers, mass flow controllers, and application specific system solutions. These products control movement and direction of precise amounts of fluid in medical devices and life science analytical instruments as well as clinical diagnostic, gas detection and printing systems. From supporting kidney dialysis, patient monitoring and gas chromatography equipment, Precision Fluidics products deliver leading edge fluidic solutions that enhance our customer’s technology, increase their speed to market while lowering their overall costs. This is achieved through direct engineering collaboration to generate compact, reliable, and high performance components and systems optimized for your application specific requirements. .
Basic Function: With direct supervision, responsible for participating in the Parker engineering intern development program to learn the various aspects of the engineering function at Parker Hannifin. This includes participation in the design and evaluation of production processes for both new and existing components, to provide improvements in cost, enhance performance and quality, create and conduct product testing procedures, or facilitate manufacturing operations using fundamental principles of mechanical, industrial or other engineering disciplines. Responsibilities: • Acquire knowledge of various engineering department’s operations, functions, responsibilities and workflow. • Observe work assignments performed by others and actively participate in hands-on projects and assignments, including but not limited to: Design assembly fixtures for various product lines Facilitate engineering change requests for production paperwork corrections Develop, Qualify & Release new equipment Complete electrical schematic documentation Complete improvement projects on product lines • Use engineering skills to conduct analysis and modeling, engage in product, tools and fixture design, develop and execute testing procedures, and participate in facilities engineering work. • Maintain communication with program coach/mentor (if assigned) to provide feedback on departmental assignments and program improvements. • Attend related training (if provided) and apply training in work assignments. • Perform other related responsibilities. Requirements: • Enrolled in a Bachelor’s or advanced degree program in a related engineering field such as Mechanical Engineering, with a GPA above 2.8. • Ability to work effectively in a variety of engineering and manufacturing assignments. • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. • Ability to work effectively with others and be a participative team member. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and CAD systems such as AutoCad, ProE, etc. • Autodesk Inventor preferred.
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