- Word Processing
- Communication Skills
- Mechanical Knowledge
- Data Collection
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As a mechanical engineering co-op you will work collaboratively and independently with highly qualified engineering professionals who are responsible for the design, testing, and manufacture of outboard and sterndrive engines for the recreational and commercial boating industry.
You will become an integral member of an engineering team committed to delivering superior results. You’ll learn how to work with a team of designers, engineers, and technicians as you own and manage assigned projects from inception to completion.
Job Requirements/Duties May Include:
Assist in achieving engineering objectives supporting the design and component testing for the Engine Design – Base Engine Design Group, which specializes in the design of cylinder blocks, cylinder heads, crankshafts, pistons, connecting rods, valve train systems, oil pumps, and engine balance components
CAD (Creo) 3D model and drawing creation: specify the proper technical information in order to meet the component functional requirements
Build prototypes and develop test fixtures
Benchmark automotive and competitive component designs
Follow up and support mechanical design requirements for manufacturing and service
Convey technical concepts in an easily understood manner, both verbally and in writing
Resolve/troubleshoot issues: define problem, collect data, establish facts, and draw conclusions; solicit observations cross-functionally and review the production assembly line
Adhere to established project schedules and priorities
Adhere to Mercury company policies and procedures
Current enrollment in a BS program with a major in mechanical engineering emphasis. No technical degree candidates will be considered.
Must be a minimum of a second semester sophomore, hold a minimum of 45 credits, and be enrolled in an approved four-year related curriculum and a formalized co-op program at a university.
Availability to work full-time (40 hours per week) through a full co-op term running January to August 2020 or June to December 2020
Strong mechanical aptitude (engine/outboard knowledge is a plus) and creative ability
CAD skills are a plus; PTC Creo is our primary CAD software
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Basic computer skills: word processing, spreadsheets, database, and E-mail
Dependable, self-motivated, and engaged learner
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