Computers, Software, Information Technology, Manufacturing and Production, Warehousing, Logistics, Research & Development
LABOR MANAGEMENT INTERN
Provide support to the Labor Management department through the application of core analysis & Industrial Engineering techniques, including process flow design & mapping, productivity measures & time studies, data collection, and computational analysis.
Work Measurement Studies & Data Collection:
Study supply chain processes in a distribution warehouse facility through classic work measurement assessments (i.e. Time Studies, flow charting, and Standard Operating Procedures). Formally and systematically represent complete information for processes and functions studied by means of comprehensive data collection & documentation.
Recommend workflow, equipment, or other changes based on analysis to improve material flow, storage & processing capacity, cycle time, and productivity. Develop analytical & statistical tools, process flow documentation, database queries, reports, and related items to aid this effort.
Required Qualifications/Primary Job Requirements:
Preferred candidates will have Sophomore through Senior college status in Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Industrial Technology, or a related field with a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher.
Excellent PC skills and proficiency with Microsoft applications
Excellent written, verbal communication and presentation skills
Strong analytical, research, and related skills
Solid project, time, and self management skills
Ability to work independently and in a collaborative environment