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Intern (Metrology Lab)


Project Intern will be working on:

Using advanced test measuring and diagnostic equipment (TMDE), the Intern will be measuring product to determine product fitness for the new product lines. These product lines include but are not limited to, GHP2 pump, Deka 10, Deka 7 seats, and XL3. The intern will assist in process improvement to facility quicker measurement times and throughput through the Measurements Laboratory.

Project Description and Objective (Include what the Intern will be learning):

Art and Science of Weights and Measures. The Intern will have the experience and opportunity to understand the intricacies of the measuring process. In addition, the intern will have hands on experience with Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) and the Inventor software.

Outcome of Project (Goals of what the intern should accomplish):

Create and/or refine programs for measuring product on TMDE. Utilizing Inventor, the intern should also create a fixture(s) to improve measurement process times.


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EEO Statement

EEO / AA / Disabled / Protected Veteran Employer. Continental offers equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals, without regard to unlawful consideration to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law. In addition, as a federal contractor, Continental complies with government regulations, including affirmative action responsibilities, where they apply. To be considered, you must apply for a specific position for which Continental has a current posted job opening. Qualifying applications will be considered only for the specific opening(s) to which you apply. If you would like to be considered for additional or future job openings, we encourage you to reapply for other opportunities as they become available. Further, Continental provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with a disability. If you need assistance in the application process, please reply to North.America.Recruiting@continental-corporation.com or contact US Recruiting at 248.209.4000.

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