At Robert Bosch Tool Corporation , we know that every career matters. Which is why you should conduct yours on a grand scale. Headquartered in the northwest Chicago suburb of Mount Prospect, we are a $990 million division of Bosch, a multinational engineering and electronics organization and the largest privately held employer in the world.
Guided by the principles of founder Robert Bosch, we offer a setting where social and environmental responsibility are part of our corporate DNA. Always mindful of our impact on the future, we are committed to sustainability, paying it forward, giving back, and lifelong learning. These are but a few of the reasons why our parent company has more than 390,000 associates and a legacy of success spanning 130 years.
As one of the world’s top 25 patent-earning companies, we average approximately eight per day.
Our Mount Prospect location offers engaging opportunities for engineering and technology professionals to support our renowned brands of handheld power tools. As a leading global technology and services supplier committed to innovative R&D, we’ll empower you to explore many established and emerging areas of expertise. These include mechanical and electrical engineering for product design and testing; 3-D digital fabrication; the Internet of things (IoT); software development; chat bots and cognitive computing; robotics; and IT project management.
This is your chance to go big. Go bold. And develop products that enhance the quality of life, with Robert Bosch Tool Corporation
The Bosch Quality Intern for Power Tools North America will be responsible to generate reports to steer the business to opportunities in cost savings and quality improvement. His/her main tasks are in close collaboration with Walnut Ridge, our National Reconditioning Center, determine and work with cross functional team in improvements on the the value chain to decrease External Defect Costs.
BS in Mechanical Engineering or similiar field
Willing to be a agent of change within the area
Some experience on quality activities preferred
Strong detail orientation and time management skills
Must be able to define and work to deadlines
Must have ability to work independently as well as in partnership with team
Must be able to successfully complete a drug and background screen pre-employment
Position only open to students who will not now, nor in the future require sponsorship to work in the US