In this role, you will be responsible for 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.
The Electrical Engineer 3 is responsible for the application of engineering principles through participation in the collection and analysis of data and the initial preparation of satisfactory designs and technical reports.
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.
The primary mission of this role will be to design, implement, and support industrial machinery control systems. Duties will include the use of AutoCAD for system hardware layout, PLC programming, troubleshooting, and start-up / de-bug in the field.
In this role, you will develop, write and issue specifications for these parts/systems and create and manage the part development schedule with consideration to all parties (supplier, designers, overall vehicle development, etc.).
Management responsibilities include supervision of design and drafting staff, coordination with clients and associates, and organization of design and construction administration activities to meet established schedules and budgets.
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, you will provide applied engineering and technical consultation for customers in the areas of power systems studies, power quality analysis, installation, startup, maintenance, repair and training.
Design, analysis, and plan set preparation for a variety of water and wastewater stormwater projects including, but not limited to, water distribution systems, wastewater collection, water and wastewater treatment, sewage collection systems, pumping stations, lift stations, water / wastewater treatment plants, and pipeline projects.
The Babcock & Wilcox Research Center is seeking a talented, motivated and experienced research engineer to join our team of international scientists at B&Ws main campus near Akron, Ohio. Our mission is to innovate, to be visionary in developing technology solutions for current and future challenges.
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.