Internship/Co-Op Opportunities

Please consult with your faculty member about applying for any of the listed internship opportunities. Students must contact and submit a cover letter and resume to Amy McClellan (amcclellan@sscc.edu, 937-393-3431 x 2785). Upon approval of the cover letter and resume, documents will be sent to the employer for consideration. Students understand that they must comply with all hiring requirements of the company, which might include but not be limited to, background checks and drug screenings. Remember, by applying for an internship, you not only represent yourself, but also your college, your instructors, and your program at Southern State Community College.

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Full Time Opportunities – Interested? Email Amy!

Washington Court House:

Production Associate (General): monitor the production line and watch for problems such as pile-ups, jams or glue that isn't sticking properly; inspect and remove defective products and packaging material; load materials and products into 30-pound packaging bags; consistently lift, carry or move approximately 30 pounds of materials; operate or tend food cooking equipment, including oven and equipment; read work orders in order to determine quantities and types of products to be cooked; and help break down boxes and packaging material.

Production Associate (Extrusion): monitor the production line and watch for problems such as pile-ups, jams or glue that isn't sticking properly; inspect and remove defective products and packaging material; and report malfunctions or delays of the conveyor belt or the line to the line lead.

Production Associate (Impingement): monitor the production line and watch for problems such as pile-ups, jams or glue that isn't sticking properly; inspect and remove defective products and packaging material; and report malfunctions or delays of the conveyor belt or the line to the line lead.

Production Associate (Cooked Packing Bits): bits inspector, comitrol operator, machine operator, boxer, combo/product tracker and floorperson – a rotational position. Monitor the production line and watch for problems such as pile-ups, jams or glue that isn't sticking properly; inspect and remove defective products and packaging material; and report malfunctions or delays of the conveyor belt or the line to the line lead.

Production Associate (Slicing Department): Rotated into several different positions including presser, arranger, dropper, case off, carrier, leaker and floorperson. Remove all hooks from raw material before placing on production line; able to lift at least 30 lbs, monitor the production line and watch for problems such as pile-ups, jams or glue that isn't sticking properly; inspect and remove defective products and packaging material; and report malfunctions or delays of the conveyor belt or the line to the line lead.

Sabina:

Tool and Die Machinist: Studies and performs specifications such as blueprints, sketches, models, or descriptions, and visualizes product to determine materials required and machines to be used to fabricate parts.

Hillsboro:

Engineering Internship: at a premier original equipment manufacturer and maintenance, repair and overhaul application component provider.

Internships

  • Company: AMES City: Wilmington
  • Job Title: Intern/Engineer Shift(s):1st
  • Student Focus: CAD
  • Description: Under the direction of an Engineer, or shop technician, perform a variety of basic to intermediate Engineering support assignments requiring a fundamental knowledge of design/drafting standards, basic computer skills and effective communication. Position will support the engineering team through the creation or revision of drawings and wiring schematics. Assignments are designed to gain knowledge of manufacturing, aircraft, aircraft components and associated Engineering responsibilities. Requirements: Enrolled at SSCC in the field of electrical, aerospace, electro-mechanical or CAD; computer experience including Microsoft Office, Corel, AutoCAD, and SolidWorks
  • Company: RTS Logistics City: Georgetown or Beechmont
  • Job Title: Logistics Intern Shift(s):1st
  • Student Focus: Business, Logistics, Marketing, Communication
  • Description: Handle a lot of information; data entry, strong communication skills as interns will be speaking on the phone and emailing information to various stakeholders; work through problems as they occur; team atmosphere; attention to details; hard worker Required Skills: Attention to details; basic computer skills; pleasant to work around and with; enjoy a fast pace working environment; must be organized and willing to take ownership of successes and failures.
  • Company: Weastec City: Hillsboro
  • Job Title: Engineering Intern Shift(s):1st
  • Student Focus: Electro-mechanical, Computer Assisted Design, Electrical/Electronics
  • Description: Responsible for the duties involved in the creation of product validation and testing reports. Essential Job Duties & Responsibilities: Read part schematics and specifications to pull information for templates, create test templates in Excel, and new model part testing as necessary. Essential Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Excel, strong attention to detail, knowledge of electrical terminology, and ability to work well without direct supervision.
  • Company: PAS-Technologies City: Hillsboro
  • Job Title: Engineering Intern | Application Specialist Shift(s):1st
  • Student Focus: Electro-mechanical, Computer Assisted Design, Electrical/Electronics
  • Description: Under limited supervision, responsible for performing developing repair of manufacturing process planning, engineering calculations, investigations, and tasks as assigned. Prepares or assists in preparing reports, graphs, planning layouts, costs estimates and summaries designed to communicate project progress or results. Interface with internal and external customer/suppliers. The selected candidate will work with Product Lines, Sales, Marketing, Customers and OEMs to support existing and new repair applications. Ongoing support will also be given to Lean initiative and Six Sigma cost reduction projects. Essential Job Duties & Responsibilities: The selected candidate will possess a working knowledge of CAD/CAM, CMMs and/or CNC equipment and or an understanding of the effects of structure and processing on material and product properties. Projects may include tooling design, process trials, prototyping, trouble shooting and 1st article production runs as well as job planning and creation of job instructions.
  • Company: Weastec City: Hillsboro
  • Job Title: Engineering Intern Shift(s):1st
  • Student Focus: Electro-mechanical, Computer Assisted Design, Electrical/Electronics
  • Description: Responsible for analyzing and responding to customer quality issues and other customer requirements. Must act as liaison between our customers and overseas plants to quickly resolve issues and present to customers. Essential Job Duties: Work closely with the customer and plants to resolve quality issues, Analysis of parts and ability to relay information to customer and plants, Communicate customer requests to overseas plants and help acquire information to resolve issues, Visit customers for quality issues and events to support activities involving our components, Some travel required (domestic and international) to customers and our manufacturing plants.
  • Company: Hobart (ITW) City: Hillsboro
  • Job Title: Engineering Intern Shift(s):1st
  • Student Focus: Electro-mechanical, Computer Assisted Design, Electrical/Electronics
  • Description: The Engineering Intern program with Hobart Weigh Wrap is designed to give students the hands-on exposure to daily engineering and manufacturing operations and projects that impact product manufacturing and design. Weigh Wrap is looking for a self-directed, results-oriented and customer focused individual to help support quality and engineering initiatives within our manufacturing facility in Hillsboro, Ohio. Functions: Learn basic problem solving skills and assist in resolving quality-related issues. Begin understanding standards, procedures and practices of engineering such as work instruction development and quality systems. Support operational audits and learn to critically audit items such as work instructions, quality systems and materials or part change processes. Requirements: Enrolled in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent degree-seeking program with classroom experience through the sophomore year. GPA of 3.2 or above. Fast learner with capability to grow in a variety of development projects. Strong organizational, interpersonal, and technical knowledge. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word. Proactive in recognizing improvement opportunities. Pre-employment screenings performed (which includes background checks and drug screening).
  • Company: Universal Forest ProductsCity: Blanchester
  • Job Title: Industrial SpecialistShift(s):1st
  • Student Focus: CAD, Computer Science, Electro-Mechanical, Electrical/Electronics
  • Website: www.ufpi.com
  • Description: Develops a general knowledge of Company processes, products, and procedures through on-the-job training activities. Assists in creating drawings and prints that meet customer requirements. Prints are used in the manufacturing of the industrial products. Completes tasks to assist in monitoring quality of products produced to ensure they meet customer expectations while maintaining acceptable margins. After receiving training, perform time studies to provide data used in process improvements. Use of computer to edit or create electronic versions of quality specification, standard work, and other documents. Prepares various reports as required. Spend time working in production to learn the manufacturing processes and report possible areas of improvement. Performs other duties as required. Knowledge Required: Students working towards an Engineering degree or related field. Working knowledge in the use of computer and business related software, including Microsoft applications (excel, word and Outlook) and drawing/design software (AutoCad/Solidworks). Working knowledge of various office equipment (computer terminal, scanner, etc).
  • Company: Mason Company City: Leesburg
  • Job Title: CAD OperatorShift(s):1st
  • Student Focus: CAD, Electro-Mechanical
  • Website: www.masonco.com
  • Description: Use AutoCAD 2015 to create floor plans and approval drawings to assist our customers in the design process of their order. Mason Company provides a wide variety of animal housing for veterinarians, pet resorts, animal shelters, breeders and groomer. Qualifications and Skills: MS Excel, MS Word, Written and Verbal Communication.
  • Company: R&R Tooling City: Blanchester, OH
  • Job Title: Manufacturing/Industrial Shift(s):TBD
  • Student Focus: Engineering Electrical, CAD, Electro-Mechanical
  • Website: rrtoolinc.com
  • Description: R&R Tool, Inc., a contract manufacturer for the medical industry, is currently seeking to fill a Manufacturing Engineering or Industrial Engineering Coop position. R&R Tool, Inc. has continued to grow each year since becoming incorporated and would like to begin a coop program for current engineering students. The open position has the potential to lead to full time employment opportunities. Qualified candidates should be self-motivated, eager to learn, and have the ability to work on both individual and team assignments. Typical assignments include job responsibilities such as: Creating 3d models and 2d drawings for products, gages, and fixtures using NX software. Testing and implementing tools for process improvements and new product launches. Maintaining ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 documents, such as Inspection Sheets and Work Instructions. Perform SPC studies. Create new machine and work center protocols. Assist in new projects that focus on safety, quality, customer, and efficiency improvements. Essential Skills: Although not required, additional desired qualifications include past experience within the following areas: Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point, IQMS EIQ Software, AutoCad, Solid Works, 5S, Value Stream Mapping, Cell Design, Fixture Design, SMED, Kanban.
  • Company: Pennant Moldings, Inc.City: Sabina
  • Student Focus: Engineering
  • Website: www.pennantmoldings.com
  • Description: Assist in the analysis, planning and coordination of manufacturing processes in industrial plant by performing the following duties. Reviews manufacturing processes for efficiency and capability improvements. Assist with customer quote process. Coordinate die manufacturing and improvement activities with die shops. Document machine set-up process and develop set-up books for all manufacturing machinery. Conduct inventory of dies and other manufacturing equipment. Monitor Engineering Change Notifications to ensure process is followed to completion.
  • Qualifications: Ability to read and write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and general public. Mathematical Skills; ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical interference and fundaments of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations. Ability to follow directions.