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September 22, 2006

Xerox ME Jobs - New College Grads & Interns

Dear Mechanical Engineering Students,

I am forwarding an email from Paula Posadas of Xerox corporation announcing
employment opportunities at Xerox. Please review and apply if interested.

Go ME!

Best regards



*Xerox Corporation has several job opportunites for ME New College Grads and Interns.*

*Type: New College Grads and Interns starting in 2007*
*Major: Mechanical Engineering*
*Level: BS or MS*
*GPA: 3.0 or greater*
*Location: Portland, Oregon (relocation provided)*
*Application Date: Open now through Oct. 20*
*Position description and more information: See attachment*
*How to apply: * Please submit your resume at this link**


Or visit www.xerox.com/careers and apply to job posting # 2890

Questions: Send email to: xogdiversity@xerox.com

*Job Description:* As a Mechanical Design Engineer New College Hire or Intern, you will work on complex problems in a multi-disciplined team environment resulting in the introduction of new color printers. You will be responsible for development of mechanical components and subsystems including specification, design, analysis and testing. Responsibilities also include: Select part configurations, materials and manufacturing processes to achieve reliable function at low cost; Validate design through analysis and testing, designing test fixtures and special instrumentation where necessary; Responsible for measuring, tracking and ensuring compliance to sub-assembly performance, schedule, reliability and cost targets; Work with manufacturing engineers to develop assembly procedures, tools and measurement systems; Work with purchasing department and outside vendors to source components and assemblies; Document design and testing. / Relocation is provided for hires and interns./

*Qualifications Desired:* Pursuing or completed BS or MS in Mechanical Engineering with experience in the following areas: Developing creative design solutions to technical problems through experience in a co-op or senior project; Rigorous academic background in engineering fundamentals, and machine design, with a minimum 3.0 GPA; Structured approach to problem solving or troubleshooting; Strong written and verbal communication skills; Ability to work with fast paced, multi-disciplinary team; The ideal candidate will have demonstrated mechanical aptitude; Experience with ME CAD tools, Solid modeling (Pro-E), and FEA, a plus; Development and qualification of processes or measurement systems a plus. You must have a GPA of 3.0 or greater.

Posted by champ at September 22, 2006 7:04 PM