Posted On Mar 22

Nestlé Health Science Engineering and Maintenance Internship


Location : Bridgewater, NJ

Headquarters : Switzerland

Hiring Mode : Intern

Experience : Entry Level

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Full Job Description
  • Nestlé Health Science invests in every employee to make certain each person can reach their greatest potential and works in an environment rooted in respect, diversity and teamwork. We focus on empowering the patients and consumers we serve to live healthier lives through industry leading nutrition and nutrition-enabling solutions by keeping their needs at the center of everything we do. We make quality and innovation our highest priorities when delivering our trusted brands such as BOOST®, Carnation Breakfast Essential®, Peptamen®, Compleat Organic Blends®, Zenpep®, and many more.
  • We are a globally recognized leader in the field of nutrition science with our US headquarters in Bridgewater, NJ, and have over 5000 employees around the world. Come join the Nestlé Health Science family and experience exciting opportunities!
What to Expect
  • Our ten-week internship allows you to lead a business project from start to finish and gain experience outside of the classroom. You apply the analytical and technical knowledge gained in the classroom in a real-world setting supporting the Nestlé Health Science Engineering team. During the internship, you will focus on an engineering project that requires a new perspective to deliver results against our immediate and future business needs. The experience requires collaborating with team members from different business divisions, networking with cross-functional employees, and participating in social engagements with interns from other programs. Additional activities are planned to provide insights into day-to-day life at Nestlé. You will have the opportunity to present your project findings at the end of the internship to functional team members.
Potential Project Areas
  • Technical Competency Unit (TCU): You will work as part of the TCU Electrical & Automation (E&A) team to evaluate different digital-in-manufacturing technologies to consider for implementation into factories worldwide. You will utilize the pilot plant onsite to prove out our technology before recommending. You will also learn current clean-in-place (CIP) systems within the pilot plant to optimize the current CIP systems for time, water, and chemical savings.
  • Maintenance (Spare Parts and Stock Room): You will support the development of a Maintenance Spare Parts Stock Rom program for the Pilot Plant and Facilities team. You will work with the Maintenance Planner/Scheduler to evaluate current Preventative Maintenance (PMs) and optimize the PMs for the correct content and frequency. You will also create new PMs where they currently do not exist. Based on the optimized maintenance plan, you will define critical spare parts, minimum/maximum stock levels for parts and a system for issuing and accounting for spare parts.
Education Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering: Electrical, Chemical, Systems, Industrial, or related field to be completed between December 2021 and June 2022
  • GPA of 3.00 and above
  • Professional & Leadership Experience:
  • Previous engineering internship experience preferred.
  • Leadership experience through, but not limited to, an extra-curricular activity, organization, club, sports team, or employment.
Knowledge & Skills
  • Previous research experience preferred.
  • Possess excellent analytical skills and ability to utilize basic Excel functions.
  • Self-starters who are results-oriented, analytical, innovative, intellectually curious and who take initiative and risks
  • Excellent communicators (both written and verbal) who encourage others and excel in a team environment
  • Ability to learn quickly, embrace change, and thrive in a fast-paced, environment
Additional Requirements
  • Available for a 10-week internship in Summer 2021
  • Sponsorship for work visas are not available for this program