Performance is looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated Senior Product Design Engineer to join our Product Development department!
The Senior Design Engineer performs the fundamental engineering tasks associated with the design and development of mechanical systems to product requirements and specifications. Typical products include suspension systems, final drives, and custom gearbox applications.
Duties:Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Responsible for technical performance of assigned projects including adherence to the Product Development process.
Accept design responsibility, authority and accountability of assigned product designs.
Design of complex rotating machines such as gearboxes and transmission assemblies.
Design of complex tracked and wheeled vehicle suspension systems.
Perform mechanical design analyses for assigned product design projects.
Develop plan for validating design to customer requirements.
Specification of purchase componentry: includes bearings, seals, fasteners, etc.
Component engineering design of structural components within the assemblies.
Interaction with manufacturing engineering and quality to assure manufacturability of designed hardware.
Planning, execution and documentation of engineering analyses required for product design to assure robustness, reliability and performance requirements are met.
Constructs engineering artifacts for design reviews, including APQP design process documents: DFMEA, DVP&R, etc.
Support prototype fabrication.
Analyze test data and reports to determine if design meets functional and performance specifications.
Ensure form, fit and function of complex mechanical system concepts.
Preparation support for design review meetings
Support the preparation of presentation material to convey analysis results and recommendations
Ability to support testing operations of developmental prototypes.
Qualifications:Education and/or Experience Bachelor's degree (B.S.) in engineering from a four-year college or university. Preferably 10 years work experience utilizing effective engineering tools for the design and development of dynamic mechanical systems, or a combination of education and experience.