An Engineering intern at Taylor Dynamometer has a unique opportunity to see firsthand how an Engineering/Manufacturing organization functions.
Engineering interns at Taylor are typically either pursuing a Mechanical Engineer degree or a Mechanical Design degree. An intern is exposed to all aspects of Engineering related to how a product is designed and how the design is carried through to product production.
A Mechanical Engineer intern may work on a specific portion of a larger project under the guidance of an engineer, work with Production staff during a product build and participate in product design reviews. Past projects have included product structure updates of the water brake line to streamline production and better implement lean processes; manufacturability redesigns of components and assemblies; and custom adaptations of standard products to support customer needs.
A Mechanical Design intern may make marked revisions to product drawings; take direction from the Project Engineer to create other drawings and participate/conduct design reviews.
Hours worked during an Engineering internship are flexible and depend on the individual’s course schedule and workload.
Taylor Dynamometer looks for individuals with solid work ethics, a technical background and people skills.
An internship at Taylor Dynamometer has joint benefits. It is a great opportunity for hands-on experience in design and manufacturing; and interns can make a more informed initial career choice upon graduation. Taylor has help with appropriate projects and can better determine if the intern will be a good long term fit. Previous interns have been offered and accepted permanent positions at Taylor upon graduating from college.