Process Engineering Internship in Carlisle, PA at Carlisle Construction Materials

Date Posted: 11/13/2018

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Job Description

Process Engineering Internship

Carlisle Construction Materials (CCM), a worldwide leading diversified manufacturer of premium building products and related technology has an opening for a Process Engineering Intern, for the summer of 2019 at our Headquarters in Carlisle, PA. This is a full time paid internship.

Project Summary:

  The Process Engineering intern will provide dedicated support to the Quality & Technical Services group on a variety of projects related to product quality throughout the plant. Special focus will be on how material moves form one process to another with minimal losses.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Intern will be involved in a variety of projects throughout mixing, conventional, and extruded operations. Project work may shift depending on current needs. Specific tasks will include:

  • Tracking MDR curve variation of mixed stock to link with downstream scrap data
  • Analyzing Maris slab properties to determine how extruded sheet is affected
  • Refinement of SAT & Rapid Lock process at the Fleece line
  • Update critical quality and/or manufacturing specification documents
  • In-depth scrap analysis to provide faster reaction time to trends in the data
  • Investigate color variation in non-black stocks. Determine if current specifications are adequate


  • Candidate must be pursuing a degree in Chemical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Ploymer Science, or Chemistry
  • A minimum 3.0 GPA required
  • Background and an interest in plastics or rubber processing & equipment are preferred
  • Candidate should have strong written and oral communication skills
  • Candidate should have the ability to work an 8-hour day

Additional Information:

  Travel will be minimal.

Candidates must be available to work full-time the entire duration of the internship: May 2019-August 2019.  A formal presentation to an internal audience will be required at the completion of the project.