Product Design Engineer

Continental Tire   •  

Newport News, VA

Industry: Automotive.

  •  

5 - 7 years

Posted 241 days ago

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90406BR
Job Title     Product Design Engineer
Country     United States
Posting Location     Newport News, VA
Job Description     Job Responsibilities

o Serve as technical expert and leader in engineering development projects from quotation and concept through validation
o Design and develop fuel delivery modules, pumps, and other components for worldwide applications
o Ensure functional and operational requirements are properly understood, documented, and fulfilled within a concept or design
o Able to conduct work with minimal guidance and supervision, and to balance multiple projects
o Maintain high level of communication internally, across cultures, and outside the company
o Contributor to the company’s product strategy, technology, and innovation
o Define and manage laboratory characterization and qualification testing
o Up to 10% travel to Europe/Asia in support of customer programs


Experience, Education, and Skills Required

o Fluent English
o Good working knowledge of Automotive (and Non­Automotive) engines and fuel systems
o Command of Mechanical Engineering principles – structural design, fluid dynamics, component manufacturing methods
o 5 years of experience in designing fuel (or other complex plastic or mechatronic) components for the Automotive (or similar) industry
o Significant experience in designing plastic components and assemblies in CAD, preference in CREO
o Minimum Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering or Dipl­Ing
Job Requirements     Basic Qualifications
o 5 years of experience in designing fuel (or other complex plastic or mechatronic) components for the Automotive (or similar) industry
o Significant experience in designing plastic components and assemblies in CAD, preference in CREO
o Minimum Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering or similar discipline
o Fluent English
o Good working knowledge of Automotive (and Non­Automotive) engines and fuel systems
o Command of Mechanical Engineering principles – structural design, fluid dynamics, component manufacturing methods