Supplier Quality Intern - Summer 2014
Intern Position Job Posting
POSITION: Supplier Quality Intern Summer 2014
Req #: 14INTERN04
Division/Location: Corporate Milford Job Grade: N/A
Supplier Quality Intern
Hitchiner is seeking a Supplier Quality intern for this coming summer (May-August 2014).
The internship will assist in the updating/rebuilding of the Supplier Scrap System for faster turn-around time and elimination of repeat issues. This rebuilding process will include review of:
- The acceptance of incoming product from suppliers
- Coding of supplier non-conforming issues
- Scrap percentage allowances per suppliers as capture on SSQAAs
- Supplier RMA traceability through multiple departments
Minimum Acceptable Qualifications:
* Quality or engineering background, preferred
* Flow charting capability, preferred
* Completion of sophomore year of college, preferred
* An attention to detail of information and matching flow of information from multiple sources
* Ability to focus on the task at hand and self-direct
* Familiar with a variety of concepts within the field
* Must possess good communication and organizational skills
* Computer literacy is a must, including competency in general MS Office applications
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Founded in 1946 and headquartered in Milford, New Hampshire (USA), Hitchiner Manufacturing Co., Inc. is the premier supplier of complete-to-print, high-volume, complex thin-wall investment castings and fully-finished casting-based subassemblies and components to industry. The company leads the industry in volume production, reduced lead-times and just-in-time manufacturing. Hitchiner produces castings in hundreds of different alloys for a broad spectrum of global markets and customers that include the leaders in the automotive, aerospace, and other industries.
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