Product Engineer Intern

Position: Intern ? Product Engineering
Division: Hand Tools, Accessories & Storage - Engineered Storage
Location: Allentown, PA
Who is Stanley Black & Decker?
We are the leader in tools and security. We are Stanley Tools. We are DEWALT. We are Mac Tools. We are Vidmar. And we are much more. We are the doors that protect you at airports. We are the lock and deadbolt on your front door. We are the hydraulic breakers that rescue trapped earthquake survivors. We are the people on the phone in an emergency. No matter where you live, what car you drive, what stores you shop at, or what building you work in, you can bet that we had a hand in making it work. And you can guarantee that we'll keep making it work.
Stanley Black & Decker is currently looking for a Product Engineering Intern in the Hand Tools, Accessories & Storage division our join its summer internship program. Our internship program allows students the opportunity to obtain valuable, applicable work experience in a fast-paced, and challenging environment. Stanley Black & Decker's Internship program runs from June 5, 2017 to August 11, 2017.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Specific duties include, but are not limited to:
Assist with new product design, testing and documentation.
Design analysis using FEA tools.
Reverse engineering and management of off-shore resources for CAD model and drawing generation.
Assist with migration of legacy CAD data to new PDM tool.
Position Requirements:
Sophomore status or above working towards a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Experience with PTC Creo and Mechanica preferred but not required.
Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
Demonstrated problem solving, research, and analytical skills.
Exceptional attention to detail
Experience using various computer applications including Microsoft Excel, Access and other applications in the Microsoft Office Suite.
Must have a "can-do" attitude ? the desire to go above and beyond in all you do!
Applicants must be based in and/or able to commute to Allentown, PA.

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