GTO Manufacturing Engineering Co-op
Manufacturing Engineering Co-op
At Johnson & Johnson, we use technology and the power of teamwork to discover new ways to prevent and overcome the world’s the most significant healthcare challenges. Our Corporate, Consumer Health, Medical Devices, and Pharmaceutical teams leverage data, real-world insights, and creative minds to make life-changing healthcare products and medicines. With a reach of more than a billion people every day, there’s no limit to the impact you can make here. Are you ready to reimagine healthcare?
Here, your career breakthroughs will change the future of health, in all the best ways. And you’ll change, too. You’ll be inspired, and you’ll inspire people across the world to change how they care for themselves and those they love. Amplify your impact. Join us!
Ethicon, part of Johnson & Johnson MedTech, has made significant contributions to surgery for more than 60 years from creating the first sutures, to revolutionizing surgery with minimally invasive procedures. The Ethicon Global Tech Ops group is recruiting for Manufacturing Engineering Co-Ops for three work rotations or sequential semesters starting Spring or Summer 2024. As a Manufacturing Engineering Co-op, you will be gaining hands-on experience with the opportunity to gain experience with the production of adhesives, polymer resins, monofilament and multifilament extrudate, needle manufacturing, and more!
As a Manufacturing Engineering Co-op, you will have the exciting opportunity to learn more about the surgical suture and needle manufacturing process, and support high complexity engineering projects.
Core Job Responsibilities
- Participate in problem solving efforts by analysis and correction of chemical, electrical, and mechanical operating problems to maintain or improve existing site operations
- Good documentation practices, including writing test protocols, generating final reports, and documenting meeting minutes
- Collaborate with Senior Engineers and mentors to implement continuous improvement projects
- Deliver end of semester presentations to showcase work to site management and participate in J&J Credo volunteer activities across the site
- Enrollment in an accredited college/university pursuing a Mechanical, Manufacturing, Chemical, Electrical engineering, Material Science, Computer Science, or similar degree is required
- Completion of your first year with a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative GPA is required
- Authorization to work in the United States and not require sponsorship in the future is required (F-1 student Visa status is accepted with CPT)
- Dedication to working full time (40 hours per week) on-site for the duration of the co-op is required
- A housing stipend will be provided based on eligibility
- Expected to provide your own transportation to and from the work location.
Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
- Pay strong attention to detail, be highly organized, and able to prioritize multiple tasks in a dynamic environment
- Demonstrate written and verbal communication skills with manufacturing associates, management, contractors, and suppliers - opportunities to improve your technical writing, speaking, and presentation skills are numerous and strongly supported
- Ability to work both independently and on multi-functional and diverse teams
- Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.) with a basic knowledge of pivot tables and graphs. Experience with statistical analysis techniques and software is a plus
- Experience with CAD, Tableau, PowerBI, and/or Minitab is a plus
- Proven leadership and participation in campus/community service activities is preferred
Johnson & Johnson is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.