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  • Intern: Industrial Designer (Summer)

    Job Location(s) US-PA-Cranberry Twp
    Posted Date 1 month ago(3/19/2018 4:00 PM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-2278
    Number of Vacancies
    2
    Category
    Engineering
    Shift
    1st
  • Overview

    Provide direct support to Industrial Designers who are working with our new product development teams on products and services which align with MSA's brand and user experience vision.

    Responsibilities

    • Work with engineering teams and manufacturing partners to ensure that design integrity is maintained from concept to production.
    • Work as an active and engaged team member that is responsible for the look and feel of the design and software.
    • Translate user needs, technical realities, brand attributes and business needs into compelling products that embody a positive experience
    • Design products or experiences that have both physical and digital components
    • Create packaging archetypes and incorporate brand sensibility in design.
    • Actively modify and revise the SW VBL in order to stay current to new trends in the market.
    • Develop new MSA Icons and the management of the icon library.

    Qualifications

    Special knowledge, skills and abilities required:

    • Ability to exploring possibilities, perform customer research and draw meaningful conclusions.
    • Exceptional sketching and rapid visualization skills (in paper, wacom, cardboard, masking tape, and rubber bands).
    • Conceptual engineering abilities to design assemblies/mechanisms for prototypes.
    • 3D modeling skills in Solidworks
    • Visualize and render in Keyshot or Solidworks.
    • Proficient using Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign).

     

    Education and experience required:

    • Incumbent should be actively pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design or other relevant degree and be of junior status.

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