Summer Work Study / Intern Positions

  • Location
    Fort Worth, Texas
  • Job type
  • Salary
  • Category
    Engineering - Industrial

Are you ready to experience work—like, career type of work? Because we’re hiring seven interns in Fort Worth, TX (Alliance/Justin area). Not your ordinary, coffee-run type of internships though. We’re talking money-making internships with long-term potential.

Since all interns are true members of our team, we’re looking for the best and brightest. The cream of the crop. Is that you? You’re a perfect match if…

• You’re a people person that has a strong commitment to a career in Supply Chain, Operations Management, Engineering, or another related field.

• You’re enrolled in a full time matriculated and nationally accredited baccalaureate program.
• You want to smash targets, personally and professionally.
• You’re hungry to learn. You don’t need to know everything, but you should strive to learn something new every day.

• You’re a college student in good academic standing with a 3.0 GPA or above.

What does a day look like for Adecco Interns? Here are a few of the Intern opportunities we have available:


Lean Project Manager Co-Op/Intern

Material presentation, productivity and material flow project execution

EHS Project Manager Co-Op/Intern

 Environmental Health and Safety Intern

Manufacturing Quality Co-Op/Intern

Quality planning for new products & into the plant; + gage cal mgmt within the plant.

GRV Main Finance Co-Op/Intern

Intern will perform analysis on farmout, scrap losses, unit exchange variance, functional expense analysis and product costing. This position will also be extremely important in helping assist with the coordination/analysis of the annual physical inventory, as well as process improvements.  Projects centered around Inventory and Controllership.  Developing standard work and reporting out of ARO, Negative Inventory Balances, and Hardinger discrepancies.

Product Cost / Should Cost Engineering Co-Op/Intern

The Candidate would be responsible for the following: 1. Learning all aspects of Should costing (ie. tools, methodology, process, stakeholders, etc.) 2. Creating Should cost models via tear-down methodology a. Deconstructing assigned components b. Cataloging sub components into a theoretical BOM c. Conduct market research and use GET should costing tools to assign costs to sub-components d. Report out findings of costs with the Senior Value Engineering team e. Load should cost results in the should cost factory and track projects to closure 3. Conduct derivative analysis a. Pareto components into like type families b. Populate data for components c. Conduct investigation for cost driving attributes d. Plot regressions and complete a GET derivatives package e. report findings to the Senior Value Engineering team f. Load results in the should cost factory and track projects to closure 4. Make Should Cost projects / observations a. Analyze aPriori make should costs and compare shop planning b. Observe in the shop areas of SC model with gross differences to shop planning c. Provide observations of reasons for delta d. Develop plan with shop leaders to drive gap closer

Final Assembly Materials and Manufacturing Engineer Co-Op/Intern

- Work with line manufacturing engineer to develop Operator Load Charts
- Help to develop Manufacturing Instructions during International unit rabbit builds
- Assist in daily shortage tracking and material availability for final assembly area
- Work to roll out new kit cart presentation system across other areas of the facility
- Assist TXD in creating new kit cart labels for part identification
- Develop kit cart picture depository, naming convention
- Work on creation of a Mod re-use replacement material area

Program Manager Co-Op/Intern

The intern will be working on modernization program and help team execute it. This will involve material, quality, planning and operations. The later part of the internship will involve a lot of documentation hat intern has to develop for standardization of process. This is more of leadership role in which business decision making will impact margin.


If we expect the above from you, what can you expect in return? Well, here’s what you’ll get…

• Competitive pay. We don’t believe in unpaid internships, and neither should you.
• The possibility of a full-time position post-graduation. Seriously—we’re not just helping you develop in the short-term; we’re grooming you as a company leader for the long-term.
• Global Opportunities, did you know that Adecco is #1 in the world of staffing. The possibilities are endless with our company!
• Lots and lots of learning and skill development. There’s really too much to list here.
• A wealth of real-world, Fortune 500 experience that you can add to your LinkedIn. Talk about a resume builder!

About Us
As stated above, we’re number one in the world in staffing. While you might not be that familiar with staffing, it’s a big deal. We basically connect thousands of people—from warehouse workers to technology leaders—with great jobs at America’s most recognizable companies, helping power the economy behind the scenes. It’s really exciting and rewarding to say the least.

So, are you ready to take advantage of this awesome opportunity? Click Apply Now or visit to apply online now. We can’t wait to connect with you!

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