Design equipment considering engineering standards, form, fit, function, safety, reliability, cost, ease of manufacture, ease of maintenance, as well as ease of shipping and installation.
Conduct design verification utilizing finite element analysis, fatigue analysis, and other appropriate verification methods as development project requirements may dictate.
Coordinate and conduct testing of prototype equipment to validate design form, fit and function.
Develop all technical documentation to support consistent, repeatable manufacturing including engineering drawings, definition of tolerances, specifications for purchased components or materials, quality standards, service manuals, test requirements and any other pertinent product information necessary for proper engineering control.
Within a team environment, be able to develop and adhere to schedules and coordinate the activities of peers, technicians and manufacturing personnel.
Ensure that all engineering changes are accurately and thoroughly documented and communicated via Braun’s Engineering Change Notice (ECN) process.
Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) in an appropriate engineering field, preferably Mechanical Engineering is required.
Knowledge of common engineering practices, working knowledge of Solidworks 3D Design Software (CAD) software and Microsoft Office software (Excel, Word, Powerpoint), project management techniques, and industrial manufacturing techniques are required.