Sr Mechanical Engineer-Project Leader
Salary Range: 80000 - 105000
Education: Bachelors Mechanical Engineering [ME]
Type of Company/Products: Electrical Connectors
Location: OH & Pa.
Relocation Paid: Yes
Years Experience: 10
BSME or equivalent experience 10+ years of product development and engineering experience Professional practice certificate preferred Experience mentoring and teaching junior engineers Advanced expertise in CAD/CAE and PDM tools and applications Exhibits an advanced understanding of development methods and materials processes (injection molding, thermoforming, plastic, castings, and aluminum extrusions) Successful product launch experiences
This company has been recognized as the world leader in their industry for over 100 years. The development of new products, through constant innovation, has resulted in an unsurpassed growth rate over the past 20 years. As a U.S. manufacturer their products serve diverse markets within the electrical industry. Company offers a competitive compensation and benefits package; as well as a dynamic and professional work environment. They also offer continued growth through increased job responsibilities and advancement opportunities.
Position Description: The senior development engineer investigates and plans new product technical requirements and leads projects from original ideation through final launch. This position applies creative design, engineering, and product development skills and also demonstrates timely product solutions leading to profitable investments. The senior development engineer reports to our product development manager.
Responsibilities: Develops concepts, product specifications, and design iterations, and facilitates production pilots Develops projects for performance improvements (i.e., cost, weight, quality, process) Assists with business evaluations, market, and product opportunities Coordinates schedules with the technical project manager Communicates with internal and external customers Implements technical risk reduction by using appropriate methods and processes such as Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA) and Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)