Internship Opportunities

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Applications are reveiwed and decisions will be made on a rolling basis.
Final Deadline for Applications: Tuesday, February 28, 2023.

 

Advanced Solutions Life Sciences, Manchester, NH 

 

Accepting applications from Community College students. One position available. 

Advanced Solutions Life Sciences in Manchester, NH, leads a variety of projects focused on vascularized tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, using state of the art robotic platforms. The position will involve assisting in product development, customer fabrication projects, and laboratory maintenance. Tasks may include small bioprinting projects, product quality control, image analysis, developing product documentation, and basic laboratory maintenance.  

The ideal candidate will be working towards an associate degree in biology, biotechnology, biomedical engineering, or related fields. Interested applicants MUST be detail oriented, a quick learner, and capable of working independently as well as part of a team. Experience working with aseptic technique is preferred but not required. 

Compensation: $20 per hour

Under supervision, the intern will: 

  • Leverage biology, physical sciences, and engineering knowledge to help solve tissue fabrication problems and assist with tissue construct design 

  • Demonstrate excellent attention to detail while analyzing data, including image analysis 

  • Conduct assays and experiments accurately following standard operating procedures 

  • React positively to change, perform other duties as assigned, and be willing to assist with all aspects of running a biological laboratory 

To be successful in this role, the following skills are required: 

  • Must be detail-oriented, have ability to multitask, meet deadlines, work independently, and work well with a team 

  • Prior experience working in a biotech laboratory is preferred 

  • Prior experience with bioprinting or aseptic technique is a plus 

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • High School education or equivalent 

  • Must be working towards an associate degree in biology, biomedical engineering, biotechnology, advanced manufacturing, or related field  

Hours/Availability: 

Full-time summer with possible option to work part-time during the school year. 

 

Foxx Life Sciences, Salem and Londonderry, NH 

Accepting internship applications from Community College Students. Engineering majors preferred. 
 

Foxx Life Sciences develops, manufactures and delivers an extensive range of high-quality products for life science, biotech, pharmaceutical and diagnostic research. Since day one, the company’s focus has been on engineering, quality, and customer service. Foxx innovations support laboratories by solving product challenges and safety issues.A world leader in custom Single-Use Systems (SUS) including tubing, bag, bottle, flask and carboy assemblies, filtration, fluid management, laboratory safety products, and glassware, Foxx is an industry leader in innovation, having developed over 10,000 unique product SKUs and receiving over 35 patents.  

Full Time - Summer | ID: 1175

Postition Summary: Using our MRP system the stockroom clerk is responsible for kitting parts to manufacturing work orders and maintaining accurate inventory in the stockroom. The stockroom clerk will be required to cycle count inventory, make inventory adjustments, and add new material to the stockroom using visual factory management techniques.   

Under supervision intern(s) will: 

  • Pick individual parts for manufacturing work orders with a high degree of accuracy.  
  • Pack and unpack items to be stocked on shelves in stockrooms and warehouse.  
  • Perform Inventory transactions in ERP System.  
  • Perform cycle counts when required.  
  • Maintain and store items in an orderly and accessible manner using visual factory principles.  
  • Update all transactions in the MRP system when moved within the site.   
  • Assist others as required with additional warehouse duties.  
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications, Excel, Word etc. 
  • Perform additional duties as directed. 

To be successful in this role, the following skills are desired: 

  • Preferred 2-3 years’ experience in stockroom or inventory control in a manufacturing environment.  
  • Experience with MRP/ ERP systems, MS dynamics software experience a plus.  
  • Self-starter with a high attention to detail and problem-solving abilities.  
  • High School diploma combined with work experience.  
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively interface with cross functional team members.  
  • Ability to sort, check count and verify part numbers.  
  • Ability to lift objects of various shapes, sizes, and weights; lift to 25 lbs.  
  • Ability to work independently without supervision.  
  • Availability to work overtime.  

 

Full-Time Summer | ID: 1185 
Part-Time Spring Hours – See below 

Position Summary: Assembly of laboratory equipment and devices in a cleanroom or white room environment.  

Under supervision intern(s) will: 

  • Work with a team to assemble various laboratory equipment. 
  • Learn and operate all equipment in the work cell. 
  • Build devices according to work instructions and monitor the quality of product. 
  • Conduct quality inspections on products and parts. 
  • Prepare finished products and package per work instructions. 
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work area. 

To be successful in this role, the following skills are desired: 

  • Previous mechanical manufacturing experience, assembly skills or mechanically inclined. 
  • Previous work experience in quality control, quality assurance, or other related fields. 
  • Ability to comply with Cleanroom policies. 
  • Familiarity with assembly tools and equipment. 
  • Must comply with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) regulated environment. 
  • Familiarity with Excel. 
  • Perform additional duties as directed. 

Desirable attributes: 

  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagrammatic form. 
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced, team environment. 
  • Must have good attention to detail. 

Work Environment: 

  • May be subjected to varying temperatures. 
  • Must comply with clean room rules. 
  • Gowns, masks and booties required.  
  • No cell phones, jewelry, food/water allowed in the room. 

Spring Hours:  

Foxx requires that interns who work during the school year work two full day shifts a week or four part-time shifts (9 am-2 pm).  
Salem has two shifts: 7:30 am – 4 pm and 4 pm – midnight 
Londonderry shifts: 

  • one full-time shift from 7:30 am – 4 pm &  
  • a part-time shift from 9 am – 2 pm 

Micross LogoMicross Components LLC, Manchester, NH

Accepting internship applications from Community College Students. Twelve (12) internship positions available in four roles: Component Preparation (4); Attach Technicians (2); Robotics Component Preparation (4); and Process Engineering (2).

Micross is the leader in state-of-the-art component preparation for the semiconductor and electronics industry. Working under the guidance of a mentor, interns will gain experience with component preparation in a high technology manufacturing environment. Previous experience working in a manufacturing environment with semiconductors/electronics is highly desired but not required. Only US Citizens may apply due to customer requirements.

Compensation: Pay range $18 - $22 per hour

Gain experience to ensure the production schedules are met while maintaining the highest standard of quality. Working under supervision, intern(s) in this position will: 

  • Train with precise measuring; microscopes, manual tape and reel 
  • Understand basic mechanical mechanisms and electrical wiring working directly on equipment 
  • Experience a manufacturing environment for semiconductors/electronics 
  • Operate machinery and participate in product inspection 
  • Improve your knowledge of ESD controls, the importance of component cleanliness and soldering   

To be successful in this role, the following skills are required: 

  • Currently enrolled in a AS engineering or advanced manufacturing program or high school diploma with production process experience 
  • Hands-on manual dexterity and eyesight to make work with small components and make alignment adjustments to tooling 
  • Oral and written communication skills 
  • Ability to follow detailed instructions and read basic mechanical drawings 
  • Attention to detail 

Gain experience to ensure the production schedules are met while maintaining the highest standard of quality. Working under supervision, intern(s) in this position will: 

  • Set up and operate machines and inspect product 
    • Understand basic mechanical mechanisms and electrical wiring and work directly on equipment 
  • Problem Solve 
    • Troubleshoot the production process, including tooling and equipment. 
    • Assist with the resolution of quality issues. 
  • Maintain standards  
    • Learn specific customer and industry specifications/requirements and ensure these are consistently met. 
    • Ensure the work area maintains a safe and clean environment 

To be successful in this role, the following skills are required:  

  • Currently enrolled in a AS engineering or advanced manufacturing program preferred or high school diploma with production process experience 
  • Experience with surface mount technology, including hand soldering preferred 
  • Mechanically inclined, capable of adjusting equipment setup based on visual inspection of the finished product and understanding of the process. 
  • Hands-on manual dexterity and eyesight to make work with small components and make alignment adjustments to tooling 
  • Experience working with a microscope 
  • Oral and written communication skills 
  • Ability to follow detailed instructions and read basic mechanical drawings 
  • Attention to detail 

Gain experience to ensure the production schedules are met while maintaining the highest standard of quality. Working under supervision, intern(s) in this position will: 

  • Set up and program robotic equipment and inspect product 
    • Understand basic mechanical mechanisms and electrical wiring and work directly on equipment 
  • Problem Solve
    • Troubleshoot the production process, including tooling and equipment. 
    • Assist the resolution of quality issues. 
  • Maintain standards
    • Learn specific customer and industry specifications/requirements and ensure these are consistently met. 

To be successful in this role, the following skills are required: 

  • Currently enrolled in a AS engineering or advanced manufacturing program preferred or high school diploma with production process experience 
  • Experience with surface mount technology, including hand soldering preferred 
  • Mechanically inclined, capable of adjusting equipment setup based on visual inspection of the finished product and understanding of the process. 
  • Hands-on manual dexterity and eyesight to make work with small components and make alignment adjustments to tooling 
  • Experience working with a microscope 
  • Oral and written communication skills 
  • Ability to follow detailed instructions and read basic mechanical drawings 
  • Attention to detail 

Gain experience in manufacturing process development, operations, and implementation of robotic and production processes to maintain/improve efficiency, throughput and quality. Working under supervision, intern(s) in this position will: 

  • Learn to operate and program robotic processing, forming and testing equipment 
  • Participate in a continuous improvement work environment using lean manufacturing and process controls practiced with measurable results. 
  • Meet with sales, quality, engineering, and production to understand customer service. 
  • Experience compliance practices, procedures and safety policies 
  • Become familiar with process control and military manufacturing standards 
  • Engage in one or more of the following projects: 
  • Evaluate processes, collect and interpret data to improve product quality and process efficiency 
  • Develop process documentation and operating instructions for equipment 
  • Support new process development activities 

To be successful in this role, the following knowledge/skills are required:

  • BSME or AAS degree candidate 
  • Excellent technical skills, preferably with electronic components or printed circuit board (PCB) assembly 
  • Excellent verbal written communication skills 
  • Working knowledge of SolidWorks or comparable CAD platform 

Desirable attributes: 

  • Analytical thinker with strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills 
  • Honesty and integrity 
  • Team spirit 
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