The Engineering CO-OP is a paid temporary assignment in Sustaining Engineering, Production Engineering and/or Silicone Engineering that occurs generally during a school semester. All CO-OP positions provide hands on experience with meaningful projects in the medical device manufacturing industry.
-Engineering CO-OPs may be involved in projects in the following areas:
-Equipment Application; Device Development; Manufacturing Support; New Technology Support and Development/ Process Control; Process Validation; Product Development; Quality Engineering; Project Engineering; Systems Support: Research and Technical Writing
-Produce engineering deliverables/documents; Provide analysis of recommended solutions to any obstacles or problems during production.
-CO-OPs are assigned a direct mentor who provides a unique perspective of life at Cook. Mentors are chosen from Engineers and all mentors are responsible for guidance for their CO-OPs.
-Adhere to the Quality Management System and its processes to meet FDA 21 CFR 820, ISO 13485, and other applicable regulatory -requirements.
-Must maintain all training requirements for the position, while seeking out opportunities for continuous development and growth.
- Must work and interact effectively and professionally with and for others throughout various levels of the global organization.
- Must strictly adhere to safety requirements.
- Maintain regular and punctual attendance.
- Must maintain company quality and quantity standards.
- Must have effective communication skills and ability to work in a collaborative and independent work situations and environments with
- Ability to remain calm and receptive in fast paced situations.
• College/University student entering Sophomore, Junior or Senior year the following Fall Semester or Graduate student enrolled in Engineering.
• Minimum GPA of 3.0 is preferred.
• All candidates must provide proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university
• Works under general office environmental conditions
• Sitting for extended periods, utilizes close visual acuity for working with computers, equipment, etc.
• Experience recording and analyzing data and clearly expressing conclusions and recommendation in writing
•Occasionally lifting with minimal exertion during shift
• Personal protective equipment including safety glasses, lab coat and gloves may be required in some areas associated with this position
• Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job, subject to reasonable accommodation requirements under the ADA.