• Product Engineer (Engineered Products)

    Location US-PA-Jeannette
    Job ID
    P02051
    # Positions
    1
    Category
    Engineering, all disciplines
    Type
    Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Product Engineer is the technical expert on produced products for the Engineered Products business unit.  The Product Engineer carries out or directs any engineering analysis, verifies proper application of the products and product components, and performs any project assignments and testing that requires judgment in the application of standard engineering techniques and procedures.  The Product Engineer's function is also to use acquired depth of experience to evaluate the results of analysis and testing to make engineering decisions and recommendations.

     

    Occasional travel and casual overtime are required.

     

    The position level and salary will be commensurate with experience.

    Responsibilities

    Group responsibilities include new Elliott orders for Centrifugal, Axial, TC and PH compressors, Steam Turbines and TH Expanders for Engineered Products.

     

    The Engineer will function primarily as either a lead Product Engineer on projects of well-defined scope with moderate complexity or as support to a more senior Product Engineering staff member who is functioning as a lead Product Engineer on a project which is large or of a complex nature.  In either case the position will work to achieve equitable and satisfactory execution of contracts, within project budgets and to project schedules.

     

    Order execution responsibilities include:

     

    • Analysis and review of the mechanical design of the machine
    • Analysis and review of the aerodynamic design of machine
    • Lateral rotor dynamics analysis and report generation
    • Torsional analysis of the train and report generation
    • Mitigation of identified risks to the machine
    • Review and approval of raw material, component and assembly manufacturing drawings
    • Generate and submit purchase requisitions for engineered components
    • Conduct design reviews
    • Apply engineering knowledge and sound engineering practices to troubleshoot assembly, manufacturing and testing problems

     

    Additional responsibilities:

     

    • Interface between Product Engineering and internal Elliott departments, external clients, sub-suppliers, and third party entities
    • Generate or revise engineering standard documents as required
    • Participate in corrective action process
    • Participate in interdepartmental continuous improvement activities

     

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering (preferable Mechanical)
    • Solid foundation in basic fundamentals of Statics, Dynamics, Mechanics, Thermodynamics
    • Mechanical aptitude and ability to interpret drawings
    • Basic computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite, etc.)
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Must be a logical thinker and have the ability to apply it in a trouble-shooting environment

     

    Preferred:

     

    • Experience working with turbomachinery
    • Rotor dynamics experience
    • Experience in Engineering dispositions in a manufacturing environment
    • Advanced computer skills: Creo, Windchill, Oracle, Ansys, Visual Basic

     

     

    Elliott is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by the federal, state or local laws of the United States. Elliott is a drug free workplace.

     

    No agency submissions please. NOTE: Resumes submitted to any Elliott Group employee without a current, signed and valid contract in place with the Elliott Group recruiting team will become the property of Elliott Group and no search fees will be paid.

     

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