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We are looking for a student to work in HP R&D mechanical department. Main tasks are related with new design validation, integrate the solution with other teams, propose new ideas, design new parts and apply cost reduction activities in complex systems.
It’s an interesting position to learn about mechanism design, parts production and projects.
Design of experiments
Design of mechanical and electro mechanical systems
Plastic parts and metal sheet parts design
Test design for evaluation and validation of mechanical systems
Elaboration of documents and presentations
Cost reduction activities
Enrolled in University. Students of 4th year Engineering degree or first year of Master related in Engineering, preferably specialized in Mechanical Engineering.
English: medium level - high
Availability of 1 year to work part-time (4 hours / day) or full-time (8 hours / day)
Numerical resolutions of problems
Machines and mechanisms design
Tolerance design for manufacturability
Structural, dynamic and kinematic analysis of mechanisms
Data analysis and statistical analysis
Mechanical parts manufacture process
Software: Excel, Word, Powerpoint
Ansys (FEA, Multibody Dynamics…)
Creo Direct modelling or other 3D modelling software
Good communication skills: face to face, in groups and presenting.
Able to plan his/her own work and establish milestones to coordinate with other teams.
Focused and fast learner.
Good English level to maintain technical conversations and write down documents