This position is responsible for assisting in the analyzing & designing mechanical components and electro-mechanical systems which are incorporated into new Product lines for the Motion Control Business under the direction of more senior engineers. You will focus on new product design, maintaining a schedule of assigned tasks as well as associated costs. You will also participate in generating design specifications for products and directing activities to support execution of those designs.
Participant in prototype validation testing and product qualification testing with respect to schedule and problem resolution for assigned programs.
Works to create products utilizing required development processes and constantly strives for process improvement.
Complete design and implementation documentation as specified by the Common Development Processes, as specified by the functional requirements.
Maintain documented notes that thoroughly explains conceptual thoughts, conditions, restrictions, analysis, synthesis, and test results that serve as justification for design and test results.
Complete design and implementation documentation as specified by their project lead, Functional Manager and Project Management.
Understand and practice laboratory procedures for the safe and efficient use of electronic instrumentation, electrical power, rotating electrical machinery, and general laboratory cleanliness.
Analyze tasks and be a technical contributor in the cost-effective implementation of tasks, assuming responsibility and accountability for the timely completion of the tasks.
Other duties as assigned by manager.
Attention to detail, disciplined work ethic, and strong organizational skills are a must
Hands-on mechanical aptitude: familiar with hand tools.
A minimum of 1 year of related experience
Basic knowledge of mechanical systems and mechanical component design including sheet metal, machining, heatsink, injection molded plastic and die casting.
Familiar with ASME drafting standard Y14.5 for dimensioning and tolerancing GD&T in engineering drawings and related documents is preferred.
Basic understanding of electrical power devices such as IGBTs, power supplies, bus structures and power capacitors.
Familiarity with thermal system analysis.
Experience with solid modeling software such as CREO (Pro/E) or SolidWorks is a must.
Experience with ANSYS FEA and CFD analysis tools, DFSS, tolerance stack analysis, and Six Sigma tools is preferred.
Experience with appropriate Agency requirements such as UL508 and EN61800-3, 61800-5 product specific standards is preferred.
Permanent magnet motor mechanical design and manufacturing: coil winding, permanent magnet array assembly, lamination design, electronics packaging
Ability to safely use a milling machine, lathe, and drill press
Internal Number: R21-684
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