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R&D Co-op

Co-Opportunity is a chance for you to learn about your chosen field in a real work environment with experienced GAF professionals. You?ll be involved in high-profile projects as an integral member of our working teams.??We offer full-time assignments to those students who are working toward undergraduate or graduate degrees in chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering.


Each assignment lasts a school term, and you may be invited to return to GAF Corporation for additional terms while you continue your education.?During your assignment, you will have a mentor - someone who will act as a coach to help you better understands both our company and your work responsibilities. You will receive a competitive salary and - depending on location - a temporary living allowance or relocation allowance.


Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:



  • Performing raw material quality assurance activities and material performance.

  • Conducting problem solving investigations and troubleshooting to assure root cause is identified, counter measures and recurrence prevention are fully implemented.

  • Supporting quality improvement initiatives directly or indirectly with suppliers.

  • Providing technical support and analytical analysis for material issues.

  • Involvement with data flow diagrams/technical diagrams.
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Requirements:?



  • Candidates must be pursuing a Bachelor?s Degree in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering. All candidates must have a minimum 2.8 GPA, at least sophomore standing.?

  • Candidates must be?U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents.?

  • Problem solving, project management and communication skills are all necessary as is the ability to operate in a team environment.?In addition,?candidates must have ability to generate accurate and concise technical reports.

  • Candidates should also have computer skills in MS Excel, MS Word. Basic knowledge of MS Visio and Auto CAD.


GAF is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.


 

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