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The Research and Development Co-op Program at DePuy Synthes is available in
Raynham, MA. The Co-op program provides an opportunity for students to be
exposed to the process of developing and manufacturing medical devices for
global markets. The Co-op candidate will be mentored by Research &
Development supervisors and peers while working in cross-functional and interdisciplinary
teams to complete project initiatives including, but not limited to: 3D
modeling, mechanical testing, machining, injection molding, assembly processes
as well as the evaluation of design and process changes. The Co-op candidate
will be responsible for the execution of projects in cGMP development as well
as commercial scale. The Co-op candidate
will learn to apply the use of six-sigma methodology to analyze product inputs,
outputs, controlled and non-controlled variables.
Co-op assignments range in length from 3 - 6 month spanning the fall, spring,
summer semesters. Co-op candidates are responsible for on-time completion of
assigned projects. The ideal Co-op candidate should possess strong technical
writing and communication skills and ability to manage multiple priorities to
meet deadlines. The ability to interact with such groups such as Quality
Assurance, Regulatory Affairs, Engineering, and Project Management is required.
- Must be enrolled in an accredited college/institution pursuing a B.S. degree in Mechanical
Engineering, Bioengineering or Pharmaceutical Sciences.
- GPA greater than 3.0 is preferred.
- Knowledge of PTC Creo/ Pro-E and/or Unigraphics NX, MS Word, MS Excel, and
- Off-shift work hours may be required during project initiatives.
- Must be authorized to work in the U.S. for any employer without limitations.
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