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May 21 / Carissa Bell

Co-Op Opportunity: Non-Metals Materials

Wayne State University

Hello Science and Chemical Engineering Majors,

Please find below, a co-op opportunity starting September 2018.

Tenneco Inc., Monroe, MI

Non-Metals Materials Co-op

Job Description

  •       Set-up tests and evaluations in the Materials Engineering Laboratory
  •       Interpret coating and coating test specifications
  •       Collect, summarize and communicate test data to business units, product engineering, process engineering, Quality and plant operations.
  •       Perform coating analyses.
  •       Perform oil and grease analyses.
  •       Provide technical support of cost reduction programs.
  •       Assist in the maintenance of Materials Engineering Laboratory’s TS16949 and ISO 14001 certification and related procedures.
  •       Maintain Materials Engineering Laboratory equipment and facilities.
  •       Support and adhere to Tenneco EH&S policies and procedures.
  •       Perform tasks as instructed by Materials Engineering Management.

Required Skills

  •       Ability to manage multiple tasks at one time.
  •       Working knowledge of Windows based word processing and spread sheet programs.
  •       Ability to work independently.
  •       Sound written and verbal communication skills.
  •       Mechanical aptitude for test equipment and measurement operations.

Required Experience

  •       Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or related field
  •       Experience in a laboratory setting is a plus

Available to work 2 rotations prior to graduation (fall 2018 and summer 2019), starting September 2018,

If you meet the requirements, please submit a resume to, WSU Career Services, 1001 FAB. Deadline: July 11, 2018.

If you are offered this opportunity and accepts, please contact me so that I may officially register you as a  co-op student.

Your resume should reflect relevant courses and/or experiences. Please do not hesitate to call with questions (313-577-3390).