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Weare looking for an Electromechanics Engineer for our Cedar Rapids, Iowa office to lead the evolution of circuit breaker product ines.
-Responsible for engineering and project administration activities related to specific circuit breaker product families
-Application of the Product Evolution Process (PEP) for miniature circuit breakers (MCB)
-Analyze functionality of customer returns to provide a technical assessment
-Identify product or fabrication improvement actions
-Coordinate prototype build ups from the model shop
-Engineering materials selection
-Statistical analysis of product control data
-Create UL 489 audit/validation plans and execution
-Tolerance Analysis of components and assemblies
-Create and/or update DFMEA and participate on PFMEA and AFMEA
-Fault tree/Risk analysis
-Product configuration control (Bills of materials, engineering drawings, product change requests, deviations, qualification)
Ideal candidate profile
This job might be for you if you meet the following requirements:
-Travel 10-15% to customer sites and manufacturing plants.
- BSc in Mechanical or Mechatronics Engineering, (Physics or Materials majors are acceptable), Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering is desirable.
- 5+ years of relevant experience in electromechanical mass production industries (e. g. electrical distribution products, automotive, electro domestic products, sensors and actuators, etc.). Leadership, communication and people skills.
Training and/or experience in some of the following areas:
- Residential or industrial wiring methods and practices. National Electric code.
- Mechanics of materials
- Kinematics of mechanisms, in particular multi-bar and latching systems
- Electric arc interruption
- Applied Statistics (ANOVA, DOE, Process Capability/Control)
- CAE (Finite Element/Finite Differences)
- Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing
- Basic CAD (Pro E/Creo)
- Ferrous and Non-Ferrous metals
- Thermo-plastic and Thermo-set polymers
- Applied Dimensioning/Tolerance of Components and Assemblies
- Product Testing and Evaluation Methods
- Current Transformer and Solenoids selection, application, qualification
- Multi-Phase Low voltage AC circuits distribution and control
- Heat Transfer
- Stamping, Molding, and Extrusion Fabrication Processes for mass production
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