Denso is Recruiting Domestic Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Co-op Students
Deanna Celsi, the Co-op Coordinator for DENSO International America
wants to engage WSU Mechanical Engineering students.
Denso is the second largest global automotive supplier, a 39 billion dollar company that specializes in the research and design of advanced automotive technology. Denso operates in seven segments, powertrain systems, thermal systems, safety systems, body electronics, industrial systems, heavy duty, and DENSO after market.
Selected candidate will assist thermal r&d group with supporting the design and development of Thermal System Business.
Duties will include, designing, DFMEA analysis, testing, benchmarking, preparing technical reports and VA/VE investigation.
Position requires a sophomore, junior or senior student pursuing a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering from an accredited four year university.
Mechanical engineering students can direct resumes/questions to Deanna at Deanna_Celsi@Denso-Diam.Com.
All WSU Warriors should enroll in the co-op course every semester.
Contact your co-op coordinator today, 313 577 3390.