Mechanical Engineer III
Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
Seeking an organized, detail oriented Mechanical Engineer III based in Pittsburgh, PA. This is a full time (40-50 hours per week) salaried position with benefits. This position is ideal for candidates with extensive experience in heavy automotive engineering, control systems, and regulatory compliance. There is a travel requirement of approximately 10-20% of work time in order to gain an intimate understanding of the practical application and long-term operation of our fuel System. The position requires significant collaboration with other electrical & mechanical engineering team members, as well as working closely with our field operations and production teams. We are most excited to work with individuals who learn quickly and have a passion for clean energy solutions.
Responsibilities: • Design and development of a variety of components through system implementation, manufacturing, and production. • Utilize OEM & internally developed data to incorporate into component design. • Support installation and ongoing upgrades/troubleshooting by traveling to clients’ locations for physical implementation. • Coordinate and exchange technical information with peers and pertinent third-party vendors • Use of critical thinking to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems. • Develop test and production plans for new products and components. • Provide guidance to the less experienced team members. • Keep track of all your time in a tracking application • Identify system inefficiencies and create plans to correct them. • Create work instructions for assembly and quality testing. • Participate and lead design review meetings and conference calls with manufacturers, subcontractors, and vendors. • Complete all project and design documentation for inclusion in installation manuals and product materials. • Read, interpret, and utilize appropriate technical drawings, schematics, electrical diagrams, and manuals to complete component design.
Qualifications & Experience: • Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from an accredited university • 5+ years of electro-mechanical engineering experience; experience in an automotive product design and manufacturing • Experience with advanced systems controls and associated software • Experience with industry standards and test plan creation based on good engineering judgment. • Knowledge of regulatory compliance is a plus. • Aptitude for mechanical and electrical systems • Ability to comprehend detailed product schematics and documentation. • Experience with drafting technical documents (please provide samples upon request) • Proficient computer skills, especially with AutoDesk, Solidworks, and the ability to learn additional software programs as necessary. • Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability and willingness to work with other team members to solve problems. • Proven ability to work independently and under pressure with little to no supervision when necessary. • Detail-oriented with good organizational skills in prioritizing, scheduling, and time management Other Job Requirements • A passion for alternative energy solutions • Must possess a commitment to life-long learning. • Exposure to outdoor, warehouse, and shop working conditions. • Ability to work around a variety of particulates, lubricants & chemicals. • Adaptive to everchanging workload, conditions, and environments • Valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record • Domestic travel, as required (up to 20%) • Flexible hours of operation.