MillerCoors Project Engineer Intern (Early Talent Program) in Golden, Colorado
Project Engineer Intern (Early Talent Program)
Date: Dec 30, 2020
Golden, CO, US
Requisition ID: 13779
The WCSC 2.0 Student Professional works very closely with the Electrical Engineering Lead in deploying our continuous improvement strategy called WCSC. In addition to supporting new electrical/controls product design and implementation, he/she would contribute to the Can Manufacturing phase progressions learning and then teaching key systems such as the Loss Tree, Centerline DMS, Changeover DMS, and Change Management DMS. A majority of the individual’s time will be spent on the operating floor working with the teams and building the capability of the people in their area.
Standard working day (i.e. 6am to 4pm) from Monday to Friday; however, will accommodate schedule to coincide with classes.
Support Electrical Engineering in development of short term Maintenance Projects, responsibilities to include:
Owning design, drawing development, technical review
Overseeing scheduling, implementation, and testing
Support Capital Project life-cycle from initial development through final documentation.
Develop control strategies to enable operators to respond to out of control situations
Investigating, validating & updating new CL standards to eliminate losses
Support the Changeover DMS for the line(s)
Reviewing Changeover critiques and coaching shift teams to identify and implement improvement opportunities to achieve CO success criteria
Leading Rapid Changeover events to identify additional opportunities to reduce changeover time as required by business need
Support the Change Management DMS & validation processes
Analyzes line data to identify and prioritize loss elimination opportunities including the creation of current state and future state loss trees utilizing tools such as loss allocation and assorted Lean manufacturing tools.
Participating in Line DDS process daily to set priorities and allocate resources, and report results for previous 24 hours:
CL & CO DMS’s
Top 3 stops and initial finding
Process Failures and initial findings
Using Reliability Engineering tools to drive Centerline DMS and loss elimination
Troubleshooting & Problem Solving
Support root cause problem solving efforts on key chronic losses for the line(s)
Coaches teams to build capability in problem solving skills and formal tools, including but not limited to Initial Problem Solving, Unified Problem Solving, 6W2H, and 5 Why’s
Qualifications / Skills:
Candidates must be U.S. citizens or have U.S. permanent work authorization; must be 21 years of age or older; Engineering student with interests in Electrical Design and/or Process Controls. 3.0 GPA or above is required. This internship experience will be located in Golden, CO.
Leadership / Communication
Demonstrated self-motivated, personal leadership
Ability and commitment to drive change
Leadership skills, ability to lead a small project team
Interpersonal collaboration skills
Effective communication skills
Ability to present to small groups
Analytical / Problem Solving
Ability to work with large data and information
Intermediate Microsoft Excel skills
Intermediate AutoCAD (or equivalent) skills
Demonstrated ability to assimilate technical data to support recommendations
Basic problem solving skills
Familiarity with structured problem tools useful but not mandatory
Lean Six Sigma Certification (Yellow or Green) PREFFERED.
Lead and/or participate Initial Problem Solving Teams
Support top loss reductions: Production line spoilage identification and improvement
With oversight, design and oversee implementation of electrical control panels.
Develop control scheme for new line implementation, including documentation and validation plan
Identify top spoilage generators in production line and drive improvement
Develop long term capital project business case, including scope, install schedule, and costs estimates.
Job Posting Hourly Rate: $20.50
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Nearest Major Market: Denver
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