The Train Control Engineer defines the functional, low voltage, and software needs of the train, and the interface between all subsystems. He/She participates to the development, review the overall progress, and make sure it meets the project objectives.
The position is focused on developing an intimate understanding of the market, building value-added relationships with target customers, and working with a global team of Marketing and Sales professionals and Field Applications Engineers to expand business with new and existing customers.
This individual will manage product families for automotive, white goods, and industrial applications.
The Manufacturing Process Engineer develops, plans, and implements necessary projects to produce and deliver products for Operations. Serves as a project manager and technical resource to other employees as well as assisting with training.
Calculate/simulate and verify tractive and braking effort, plus brake blending, required to meet customer requirements, in addition to reviewing thermal analysis of the propulsion and friction braking systems based on agreed variables.
In this role, the selected candidate utilizes the LaserFiche product for all document storage, so knowledge of this product is a plus, but not a requirement as the OAG Technical Project Manager can provide guidance in the integration of this product.
Create C.N.C. program using Partmaker or Espirit CAD CAM software. For C.N.C. turning centers, swiss type C.N.C. turning centers, and C.N.C. multispindle. Manufacturers Index, Miyano, Star, Mori Seiki, Okuma, Daewoo, Takamaz, and ZPS. Provide all C.N.C. programs for 33 C.N.C. machines. Siemens 840D, Fanuc, Okuma OSP, and Mitsubishi controls and programming languages.
Utilize broad knowledge of IT concepts, principles, methods, and practices to provide network services, relate to existing technology, practices, priorities, system capabilities, operating practices and procedures, service contracts, and costs and funding.