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UL is looking for a Full-Time Laboratory Engineering Intern from the Georgia Institute of Technology to join our Retail Laboratory in Atlanta, GA for the Spring 2019 semester (Jan-May) with the option to continue on through the Summer (May - Aug).
The Mechanical/Industrial Laboratory Engineering Intern will assist UL's Retail Customer's Engineering staff with improving the quality and overall customer satisfaction of its privately branded products; including returns to store reduction, damage or damage markdown reduction, improving online reviews and ratings, and reduce customer care complaints. Ensure optimal execution of process controls for the customer and its related companies so that the factories being used and the products being manufactured meet or exceed product specifications and relevant national, state, and local laws.
This Intern will also assist to ensure compliance to all relevant requirements from Standard Operating Procedures, contracts, supplier buying agreements, and purchase orders. Monitor the implementation of continuous improvement / corrective / preventive action plans throughout each process.
These responsibilities will include tasks such as: