/ Wild Country Internship - Student Design Engineer Internship
Wild Country are looking for a design engineer to intern for 1 year from July 2014.
Wild Country are one of the world’s leading manufacturers of rock climbing equipment, with a wide portfolio of high quality mountaineering products, making this a fantastic opportunity to join this exciting outdoor brand during a period of expansion.
Student Design Engineer Internship:
Support funding: £500/month.
Hours of work: 8.30am – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Holiday Allowance: 22 days plus Bank Holidays Pro Rata.
Placement Period: 1 year beginning July 2014.
Location: Tideswell - It is expected that the successful candidate will live within reasonable commuting distance of the Tideswell office.
The successful candidate will report to James Wilson, Design Engineer.
Please send a CV and covering letter to James Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications 13th June 2014
Wild Country, Meverill Road, Tideswell, Derbyshire, SK17 8PY. Tel 01298 871010
Product Specification/Maintenance of Drawing System:
Maintain the drawing system in accordance with the relevant Quality Assurance Procedure within our ISO 9001:2008 Quality System.
Keep all technical product drawings up to date.
Technical Support Purchasing
Provide technical support as required and instructed to aid communication with suppliers of Technical Hardware
Technical Support Product Management/ Quality
Work on the completion of design files in accordance with the relevant Quality Assurance Procedure within our ISO 9001:2008 Quality System.
Carry out any necessary product testing.
Create and maintain a master sample library for all products.
Assist with CE Certification/ UIAA process by working to create technical files and obtaining CE/ UIAA test reports to relevant standards.
Work to produce any CE Product labels/ laser marking files etc.
Work to assist with development, updating and pagination of CE instructions.
Be an active member of the team providing ideas for new product developments.
Formalise ideas into fully researched project concepts, including; market research, intellectual property search, costing, market price, anticipated volumes, etc.
Develop prototypes in a manner appropriate to the project brief; design sketches, 3D-Drawings, Rapid Prototypes, working prototypes.
Conduct laboratory and field testing, gather product design feedback.
Work together with the design team and QA representative to gain the necessary CE Certification.
Work together with the design team and QA representative to implement appropriate Quality Assurance controls.
Work together with the design team to ensure successful new product launch.
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