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Intern/Co-op - Manufacturing - MAN0019551

Warren (Tech Ctr), Michigan, US

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Manufacturing Interns and Co-ops will rotate through a series of positions and assignments aimed to further development and educate.  Types of Manufacturing assignments available include:                               
Technical Engineering                                
Analyzes product, process and technology to determine the best methods of manufacture in the areas of Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial and Maintenance                              
Assists in the design and building of tools and equipment or recommends improvements to existing processes                               
Assists maintenance personnel in operation and maintenance of specialized equipment                               
Troubleshoots special maintenance and equipment problems                               
Coordinates machinery upgrade projects                               
Group Leader                               
Supervise medium to large group of employees involved in plant production operations, maintenance, supply chain and quality                               
Make decisions within the limit of general standards                               
Apply technical knowledge with some direct guidance from supervisor                               
Quality Analyst                               
Provide technical support/oversight to ensure effective quality control systems are in place and adhered to                               
Support Fast Response, reliability testing, analysis and general problem solving skills and processes                                                     
Engage and support resources to assist in root cause identification                                               
Ensure product and process changes are documented in appropriate systems                                 
Perform Layered Audits and address non-conformances                                     
Effectively address and respond to customer concerns via problem solving and local procedures                                
Initiate and monitor containment efforts                                 
Collect, analyze and react to data regarding First Time Quality                                                   
Ensure compliance to PFMEA's and PCP's, and GMS requirements                                       
May handle site audit requirements and Built in Quality certification process                              
Supply Chain Analyst                               
Planning and/or scheduling of manufactured or purchased products                               
Plans and schedules production or procurement considering mix, manpower, machine capabilities, material availability and customer requirements                               
Makes decisions and/or recommendations having substantial impact on plant operation and performance                               
Provides follow-up assistance in assuring maximum schedule performance                               
Monitors, controls, and publishes inventory reports                               
Regular contact with others outside the work group                               

Seeking students currently working on undergraduate degrees in the following disciplines:                               
Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial, Manufacturing and others)                               
Engineering Technology                               
Manufacturing Technology                               
Operations or Production Management                               
Supply Chain Management                               
Business Administration                                
Preferred cumulative GPA of 2.8                               
While preference for a particular location will be considered, candidates must have the ability to work in any of the GM plant locations listed below.  Sample locations include:                               
Warren, MI                               
Flint, MI                               
Lansing, MI                               
Pontiac, MI                               
Detroit, MI                               
Romulus, MI                               
Arlington, TX                               
Spring Hill, TN                               
Wentzville, MO                               
Fairfax, KS                               
Central Indiana (Bedford, Marion, Fort Wayne)                               
Western New York (Tonawanda, Lockport, Rochester)                               
Defiance, OH                               
Parma, OH                               
Lordstown, OH                               
Toledo, OH                               
Some travel required.  Must be able to relocate for assignment.                               
Right to work in the U.S. without visa sponsorship.  Strong written and oral communication skills.  High level of analytical ability to solve complex problems.  Basic knowledge of manufacturing and assembly processes.  Strong interpersonal skills.  Flexibility to work any shift.  Strong project management skills.                             

The policy of General Motors is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual's age, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or veteran status. Additionally, General Motors is committed to being an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and offers opportunities to all job seekers including individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation to assist with your job search or application for employment, email us at In your email, please include a description of the specific accommodation you are requesting as well as the job title and requisition number of the position for which you are applying.

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