Shure offers a challenging and rewarding summer internship program. The twelve week program is offered to undergraduate students that have completed at least 2 years of college, as well as graduate students. Each intern will receive a competitive salary and students who reside out of Illinois will receive a housing stipend to cover living expenses for hybrid or onsite internships. Applications will be collected, reviewed and selected candidates will be contacted in late fall/early winter.
Under direct supervision of the Process Engineering Manager, the Process Engineer Intern assists with research, development, and implementation of new or improved manufacturing processes. Learns how Shure Process Engineering provides support to manufacturing engineering for all plants, as well as various project teams, including Commodity Management Teams, New Product Teams, and Advanced Development Teams.
This internship will be combination of part-time remote/virtual and part-time in office.
• Learns how to create project plans with the assistance of more senior engineers, potentially including participation in creation of schedules, design of experiments, budgetary considerations, and process implementation.
• Assists with the development and implementation of industry-standard equipment, and manufacturing technologies and processes for future manufacturing systems.
• Assists with the development and implementation of technologies and processes used to manufacture existing products that improve product quality, decrease cycle times, simplify workflow, improve worker safety, and/or improve manufacturing effects on the environment.
• Assists with equipment and process modifications to improve production efficiencies, manufacturing techniques and production yields for existing products.
• Assists with defining processing equipment requirements and specifications, and the review of processing techniques applied in the manufacturing of products.
• Works with more senior engineers on experiments in order to compile and evaluate test data to determine appropriate limits and variables for manufacturing process or material specifications.
• Working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Industrial, or Manufacturing Engineering
• Basic knowledge of project documentation, including but not limited to schedules, drawings, lab notebooks, process reports, and project files and learns to use professional concepts
• Working knowledge of basic software used in engineering: CAD, MiniTab, MS Office Suite including Project.
• Able to apply company policies and procedures to resolve routine issues.
• Able to follow standard instructions, practices and procedures in analyzing situations or data
• Begins working on projects, with scope limited to specific tasks.
• Works under close supervision of more senior engineers.
• Has basic knowledge of Lean manufacturing concepts, Quality, Statistics, and electro/mechanical design.
• Has basic knowledge of MRP systems.