Intern - Mechanical Assembly Engineer at Persistent Systems
Posted in Manufacturing 30+ days ago.
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Location: New York, New York
Headquartered in New York City since 2007, Persistent Systems, LLC is a global communications technology company which develops, manufactures, and integrates a patented and secure Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (MANET) system: Wave Relay®. The company’s industry leading R&D team has designed wireless networking protocols to support their cutting edge Wave Relay® system and technology. Wave Relay® is capable of running data, video, voice and other applications under the most difficult and unpredictable conditions. Their suite of products is field proven and utilized in Commercial, Military, Government, Industrial, Agriculture, Robotics, and Unmanned System markets.
Persistent Systems is looking for a Mechanical Assembly Engineer Intern to support our Operations team in the final assembly of our industry-leading Wave Relay® products. You will gain exposure to all areas of the production process and work alongside our quality team to support the safety, quality, and production standards of Persistent Systems’ products.
- Performing various mechanical assembly tasks, according to established processes and procedures, to support final assembly of products
- Providing technical production assistance
- Assisting with product testing and evaluation
- Performing quality checks to ensure products meet established quality standards
- Exploring opportunities for process improvements and providing recommendations
- Working toward an Associate’s degree or higher in a technical field
- Working knowledge of computer software, including word processing, Internet, and e-mail
- Must have a United States security clearance or the ability to obtain a United States security clearance
- Working toward an Associate’s degree or higher in Electrical, Computer, or Mechanical Engineering
- Experience in a manufacturing/assembly environment
- Experience with assembly tools and materials
- Experience with electronics assembly, soldering, and torque-controlled devices