Mechanical Engineering Intern
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Oshkosh

5,001-10,000 employees

Designs and manufactures specialty and access equipment
Company Overview
Oshkosh Corporation stands out as a global leader in designing and manufacturing specialty and access equipment, with a diverse portfolio of well-known brands and a team of over 14,000 dedicated members. The company's competitive advantage lies in its people-focused approach to innovation, sharing advances across its brands to create mission-critical equipment that positively impacts communities worldwide. The culture at Oshkosh is driven by a shared purpose of making a difference in people's lives, fostering a team-built environment that values the contribution of every member.
Industrial & Manufacturing

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

1917

Headquarters

Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

2%

1 year growth

6%

2 year growth

7%
Locations
Massillon, OH, USA • Hagerstown, MD, USA • Waynesboro, PA, USA
Experience Level
Intern
Desired Skills
CAD
CategoriesNew
Mechanical Engineering
Requirements
  • You're a student working towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering or related Engineering field
Responsibilities
  • Prepare vehicle component layouts using CATIA and CAD software
  • Select parts or components for quality conscious design, i.e., weight, cost, reliability, and ease of manufacturing
  • Follow project on the assembly floor for prototype, pilot, or production build and provide technical assistance
  • Generate engineering calculations of weight distribution, stress analysis, performance estimations, etc
  • Consult with suppliers, customers, and internal departments to find solutions to problems
  • Perform or assist in the testing of complete vehicles or vehicle components
  • Develop and exercise reliability mathematical models
  • Analyze field warranty data and prototype test data for failure trends
  • Establish requirements for testing of Telehandlers, Boom lift vehicles and associated equipment
  • Create test plans, recommend resources of equipment necessary to accomplish the test, and formulate test project estimates
  • Conceive necessary fixtures and test apparatus and supervise their construction and development
  • Coordinate, supervise, and monitor testing; record test data
  • Recommend corrective actions needed to maintain schedule and cost targets
  • Communicate status and results of tests to internal departments, suppliers, and customers