Paulo, who studies at Brunel University in London, found an advert for Moog’s internship placement on his university’s job search portal.
As part of the Assembly Systems team, Paulo regularly works on projects that help develop advanced assembly processes for the Moog plant in Wolverhampton, The role includes automation, integrated inspection, measurements, and data analysis, among other things.
“My day normally starts with a few meetings here or there about the progress of each project, and from there I get stuck in on designing and 3D printing parts and fixtures that will support automated assembly processes,” Paulo said.
Despite only being at Moog for a short time, Paulo has fitted in well with his team. “I’m proud that I’m able to navigate the site properly and work well with my team on different parts of a project,” Paulo said. “I feel like I’m an important part of a bigger machine, and it’s exciting to see what new projects Moog is starting to work on.”
Outside of work, Paulo enjoys martial arts and cooking. Although he works at the Wolverhampton facility, he is based in Birmingham, allowing him to explore all the Midlands have to offer.