Intern - Product Quality & Reliability Engineering

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We recognise that our biggest asset is our people, and you’ll be a key member of the team that you join. The work that you do will have a real impact on your colleagues and our customers, and you’ll quickly feel like part of the Zebra family – you’re not just here to make the tea!

We're looking for talented students for our internship in Product Quality & Reliability Engineering:

  • Design Assurance supports the EVM business within Zebra Technologies Inc and provide a critical Quality role to the BU to manage and coordinate Sustaining Engineering and value cost initiatives and activities throughout the lifecycle of the product. This position works closely with reliability engineering, qualification lab and design team, as well as with service depot to ensure tracking, analyzing and modeling of field failure and return data.


Responsible for:

  • Analyzing and modeling field failure/return data for different portable devices in different use environments.
  • Building a database for field data using reliability distributions for both field and accelerated life testing data, reporting and presenting to senior management. 
  • Other HW and SW reliability/quality activities as needed.
  • Participate in program activities such as, Root Cause analysis, Evaluate effectiveness of Corrective Action, Perform testing.
  • Conduct research to identify and drive Quality Assurance process improvements.
  • Assist in the development of training materials.


  • Masters Degree-Related Major.
  • Undergraduate education/experience in Computer Science/Engineering
  • Programming and Data mining skills.
  • Six Sigma training (Green Belt or Black Belt) desirable.
  • Experience with knowledge in one or more of the following:
    • Reliability Engineering, Industrial Engineering or Quality Engineering.
  • Strong knowledge in reliability distribution modeling such as Weibull and others.
  • Proficiency in statistical/reliability SW tools such as Minitab.

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