Designs and/or improves products considering manufacturability, quality and cost with a thorough understanding of design tools and methods; reviews and approves work done by associate and design engineers.
In this role, the selected candidate must have one or more years of progressive Electrical or PLC Controls engineering related experience; proven experience in a manufacturing environment, providing troubleshooting and support for production needs.
In this role, you will work with operations to drive defects related to the assembly of electrical components to zero. Staying current with new electrical technology for potential impact to locomotive electrical system manufacturing.
In this role, the selected candidate will be writing hardware and software specifications, performing confirmation testing on the actual car and simulator, troubleshooting and fixing related problems, writing and presenting reports, working with component suppliers and other departments to resolve technical issues, researching new technologies and market trends, and making proposals for future products.
Design, analyze, modify, test and evaluate FPGA and programmable hardware.Design complex Circuit Card Assemblies to support Avionics and Space customers photonic subsystems and integrated communication systems.
overseeing the testing of the related vehicle systems, negotiating the hardware and software interfaces to integrate the systems into the vehicle as well as instrumenting and troubleshooting vehicles for testing, analyzing test date, and recommending solutions for failed tests.
Investigate component cost and weight reduction, and conduct feasibility for packaging electrical components and brackets throughout the vehicle as well as managing development projects, negotiating development & purchasing strategies, and coordinating with other departments, suppliers, and manufacturing.
In this role, the selected must have familiarity with a wide range of unit operations is desired (filtration, drying, batch and continuous distillation, heat exchangers, pumps, evaporators, instrumentation and controls, etc.).
Develop control system design drawings, control sequence of operation descriptions and equipment operating procedures, bills of materials, and be the primary electrical/electronic controls contact person in support of technical assistance in the installation, operation, and maintenance.
Analyze loss over the course of the project and ensure that lessons learned are captured and included in the project and stage gate process to ensure loss elimination and best practice integration in future projects. Ensure a collaborative approach with appropriate pillar team involvement and shared learning.
The Quality Engineer Outage Services will support the Quality System needs of the Outage Services Division and provide a resource for developing and implementing good Quality practices while supporting the Divisions overall business objectives.
In this role, the selected candidate will be primarily responsible for the engineering and design of building electrical systems (lighting, power, and limited special systems) for facilities such as K-12 and higher education, healthcare, hospitality and commercial buildings.