Jr. Engineering Specialist (Co-op)
Are you looking to apply your skills with a company that has a long track record of growth and success? Stackpole International designs and delivers solutions for customers around the globe. We combine world-leading expertise in fluid power systems and powder metal technology with world-class product and process engineering to solve our customers’ must difficult challenges. We have earned their trust by honoring our commitments.
Headquartered in Ancaster, Ontario, we operate from manufacturing facilities and technical centres throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Because we are a Johnson Electric company, we offer leading-edge capabilities in electrification. Our in-house development, test and manufacturing capabilities are focused on a unified goal: delivering high-quality, high-performance assemblies, components and systems for the applications of today and tomorrow.
We are looking to add a new member to our Advanced Engineering team based out of our Powder Metal Division in Mississauga, Ontario. In this role, you will assist Metallurgists in the development of new materials and processes in support of business development initiatives at multiple facilities. We are looking for a candidate who has the creativity, flexibility and innovation to resolve issues through the use of internal and external resources combined with the gathering and analysis of data.
- Active participation in the development of processes, components and equipment selection
- Assess the physical structure and properties of various materials used in the different products
- Produce reports summarizing results, observations and recommendations
- Provide assistance in the processing of prototypes, conduct trials including the collection, analysis and presentation of data to the project team
- Develop Standard Work Instructions (SWI) and communicate with the department on a regular basis to keep them well informed of the progress of various tasks and projects
- Contribute to the continuous improvement of the department by raising concerns and propose solutions
- Third or Fourth Year Engineering student within a Materials discipline
- Basic understanding of metallurgical preparation procedures
- Able to work as part of a team and able to identify, analyze and solve problems
- Good organizational and documentation skills
- Excellent communication skills (oral, written and graphing) and computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)
What we offer…
- Full-time employment
- Competitive salary
- Intercultural team
- Regular information meetings and social events
- Great colleagues and work climate
- Training and Development opportunities