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Co-Op Mechanical Engineer - Maintenance

This co-op is only available to Drexel Students
Johnson Matthey is an international chemical and precious metal company that is a leader in the recovery, refining, processing and fabrication of precious metals. The precious metals refining activity recovers platinum group metals, gold and silver from a variety of materials. Once recovered, these metals can be returned to the customer, sold for the customer, or converted to compounds or products for the customer's manufacturing operations. The chemicals production segment deals with the manufacture of precious metal compounds and catalysts for many diverse industrial applications.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
The incumbent will be responsible for creating and maintaining documentation for relevant equipment in order to support the Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) initiative, which is to increase the productivity of the plant and its equipment, along with the implementation of SAP. The incumbent will also be responsible for helping to improve processes within the Maintenance Department by managing inventory in an effort to streamline and improve potential inefficiencies. The student would be expected to work independently after establishing a basic schedule. The candidate should have some mechanical engineering experience, a hands-on mechanically inclined aptitude and an interest in working in an industrial environment. This position offers exposure to many aspects of the manufacturing environment. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel is a must. Candidates will be required to work within a plant environment.
The candidate should have some mechanical engineering experience, a hands-on mechanically inclined aptitude and an interest in working in an industrial environment. This position offers exposure to many aspects of the manufacturing environment. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel is a must. Candidates will be required to work within a plant environment.
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