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Location: Olean, New York
Type: Full Time
Required Education: Some College
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JOB DESCRIPTION: Packaging Science Intern or Co-op Student _____________________________________________________________
SUPERVISOR/ COACH / MENTOR: Process Engineer
DEPARTMENT: Engineering and R&D _______________________________________________________________
SolEpoxy is searching for highly qualified engineering students who will immediately assume responsibilities serving our Engineering and R&D Team. We seek highly motivated students with the ability to work as a co-op or intern for the January to May 2022, with an option to continue through August The positions are located in Olean, NY. From your first day, you’ll be a contributing member of the team with meaningful responsibilities, providing you a realistic look at a future career with SolEpoxy.
SolEpoxy makes specialty thermoset compounds to encapsulate, insulate and protect electrical and electronic devices. We serve major industries including automotive, power transmission, micro-electronics, and medical devices. Our products are used worldwide by long-term customers. Over 50% of what we make is exported. This provides a stable business that serves as a platform for continuous innovation and growth led by our R&D and Sales teams.
Our strategy is to attract, motivate and challenge an elite group of students whom we reward with interesting and stimulating work assignments. We engender a team-spirited work environment, so we select for applicants with an even temper, open mind and willing sense of humor. We compete successfully with some of the world’s great companies, so we require that our teammates exhibit an earnest work ethic and willingness to make extra effort.
Please apply through your school’s career system or send to email@example.com, Subject: Engineering Co-op or Intern 2022. Include:
Must be currently enrolled in a degree program in Packaging Science or Engineering