Insulet Corporation

  • Mechanical Engineering Co-op

    Job Locations US-MA-Acton | US-MA-Acton
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/1/2018 4:35 PM)
    Research & Development
  • Position Summary

    • Insulet provides a fast paced and energetic work environment developing drug delivery products aimed at meaningfully improving quality of life for our customers
    • Mechanical Engineering Co-ops are considered entry level engineers and are given the corresponding opportunities/responsibilities on the R&D team
    • Day-to-day activities will cover the full range of engineering activities including concept development, detail design, overseeing fabrication, assembly/test, and final reporting/presenting findings


    • Working with other R&D engineers to develop concepts/prototypes
    • Utilizing in house prototyping capabilities (3D printing, lathe, mill) to quickly prototype/iterate/validate ideas
    • Creating CAD designs and overseeing fabrication of prototypes with outside vendors
    • Analyzing and testing design concepts for feasibility/performance
    • Presenting concepts, analysis, and findings to internal team and other stakeholders
    • Performing other duties as required

    Education and Experience

    • Completion of one prior co-op or 6-months of similar internship experience preferred
    • Currently enrolled/working toward a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering or similar degree

    Desired Skills:               

    • Ethical, responsible, and data-driven decision making methodology
    • Self-starter, detail oriented, and effective verbal/written communicator
    • Office Software Proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
    • Engineering Software Proficiency (SolidWorks, ANSYS, Matlab Preferred)
    • Lab Equipment Experience (Instron, Balances, Microscopes, Oscilloscopes, etc.)

    Special Requirements:

    • Must have transportation to Acton Office (some Co-op carpooling options available)



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