The Mechanical Engineer is primarily responsible for the execution of the design and development of pneumatic and/or hydraulic brake components/assemblies, including brake control units, hydraulic units, Air Supply Units, brake discs, calipers, tread brakes, track brakes and controls for passenger rail transit vehicles.
Collaborates with functional users and technical resources to develop and redesign business processes that align with the delivered functionality within the HRIS to drive improved efficiency and accuracy.
Manage selected key projects and tenders by setting strategy, coordinating with the Technical representative, establishing costs, calculating selling prices and directing the assembly of proposals to be presented to customers.
The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for aspects of their assigned products, including design, generation of test procedures, troubleshooting test failures, and manufacturing, quality, and purchasing support.
Managing the region and accounts by implementing and executing the RailServices business strategy, systematic and active Sales and Business Development , securing Sales and Order Intake, developing business plans, collecting marketing intelligence and information.