INTERN/CO-OP - Project Engineer - Filer Mill
Filer City, MI 49634, USA Req #1994
Wednesday, September 4, 2019
People * Customers * Trust
At Packaging Corporation of America (PCA), we think of ourselves as more than a box manufacturer. We are an ideas and solutions company. We seek to be the leader in helping our customers - large and small - package, transport and display products of all kinds. It just happens to be that corrugated products are our area of expertise.
At PCA, you'll find the best people in the industry operating in a "golden rule" culture. We actively promote mutually rewarding relationships with each other and our customers by advocating respect for every individual, ethical and fair practices, and the highest standards in what we say and do. PCA is proud to have a highly skilled and experienced team leading the way.
As a Fortune 500 company and one of the largest producers of containerboard and corrugated packaging products in the U.S., PCA offers customers broad expertise and economies of scale, while our multiple plant locations let us rapidly meet the local needs of our customers.
The primary function of the Project Engineer co-op student will be to assist the technical department in the
completion of tasks that contribute to the efficient and cost-effective operation of the paper mill.
Work with Project Engineers as a resource for capital projects.
Work on special projects assigned to assist engineers, teach responsibility, and improve communication.
Utilize computer software for P & ID drawing and assist in maintaining equipment files.
Must be currently enrolled student majoring in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering and have completed the freshman year but not surpassed senior status at Michigan Tech University or University of Maine.
A minimum grade point average of 3.0/4.0 is required.
You must be eligible to work in the US on a full time basis.
Strong written, verbal, analytical, and interpersonal skills are essential.
Candidate must display maturity and a high level of professionalism.
The Co-op student must take ownership of his work.
The ability to work with other lab personnel, operators, and supervisors is a requirement.
A positive work attitude is essential.
Housing/Relocation Information for a Co-Op Intern:
A housing stipend may be offered up to $500 grossed-up per month if necessary
PCA will reimburse the student for the move to their new housing upon starting the co-op.
Please apply to:www.packagingcorp.com/employment
Pay Type Salary
PCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories.