• Product Validation Engineer, I

    Location US-NY-Holtsville
    Job ID
    49368
    Function
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Work in a mechanical engineering research and development laboratory to support the Product Development Life Cycle by executing a variety of laboratory tasks.

     

    Ensure that all lab corporate requirements and industry standards are met during the project development stage through the use of computers, computer controls, robotics, automation, CAD, machine shop, and various data acquisition systems.

    Responsibilities

     

    • Work in association with engineers and technicians to create fixturing and equipment to support testing, using CAD software, and Machine Shop equipment.
    • Maintain a high level of creative input, as testing specifications/equipment can be incomplete during early project development stages.
    • Monitor equipment performance, tests progress, troubleshoot and diagnose typical problems with processes and equipment under direction, or following documented methods or procedure.
    • Validate test parameters, equipment calibration, identify and document failures, adjust and repair equipment.
    • Work independently and as part of teams; be able to effectively communicate with engineers, designers, customers, business partners and vendors.

    Qualifications

    • Technical Degree in Mechanical Engineering; knowledge of engineering theory as it relates to mechanical, and environmental testing standards and associated equipment/fixturing.
    • Knowledge of CAD software (3D) to generate designs for fixturing and equipment.
    • Machine Shop experience; use of lathe, milling machine, brake, grinding wheel, drilling machine, bench saw…etc.; know and respect the safety regulations of machine shop equipment and environments.
    • Candidate must be a motivated, organized individual with sound communication, computer skills and should be well versed in Microsoft Office tools (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power-Point).

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