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At Amway, we inspire people to live their best lives, and to do that, we need you. We need your ideas, your talents, and your passion for learning. We need your curiosity, tenacity, and team spirit.

We invest in your growth from day one. Whether you are just starting your career or have been in it for a while, we support meaningful learning and development opportunities, and invite you to chart your own unique path. Here, the entrepreneurial spirit is highly encouraged, which means if you want to learn and grow, move up or move around, we fully support your personal journey and growth.

Come be a part of the Amway family!

Internship Job Title:  Nutrition Process Engineering 

Pay Range: $21.29 - $27.19 per hour


*NOTE: Internship is for Summer of 2023

*You must be enrolled in a Bachelor's, Master's or PHD Degree program at the time of the internship.

*This role is also not eligible for continued sponsorship.


What is special about this team:

This team is positioned at the intersection of engineering and manufacturing. It is a team that gets to focus on solving the problems that nobody else knows how to and identifying the opportunities for improvement that nobody has explored before. The team has a lot of cross-industry experience and a wealth of knowledge to share with and support new additions to the team. 


How would an intern contribute to the team’s success:

The nature of process engineering work at Amway is often fast paced and ambiguous. There is almost never just one way to solve a problem or design an operation. Bringing in new talent to share alternate approaches, new skill sets, and challenge the status quo helps everyone grow together and deliver better results. 


An example of a typical project is:

The nature of the work that Nutrition Process Engineering delivers can vary greatly. This group is responsible for developing and equipping a manufacturing operation for anything new or changing. This includes launching new products, installing and validating new equipment, and cominuously improving our existing processes. Project could be designing a new optimized work center, experimenting with an improved cleaning method, identifying ways to reduce scrap/improve quality, automating a previously manual process, or any other continuous improvement-oriented activities. 


What skills and background will be important to be successful in this internship? 

Desired Skills: Automation/Mechanical/Controls 

Desired Degree: Automation/Mechanical/Controls 


Work Type: On-Site  

Location of Internship: Ada, MI 

Academic year(s) of eligible students: Senior



Thank you for your consideration in wanting to be an #AmwayIntern

Nearest Major Market: Grand Rapids

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