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Project Engineer

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Career Transitions, LLC is working with a client who is seeking a Product Engineer to lead project teams through the product engineering phases of assigned projects & develop new product designs. The client is located in Madison, Indiana. This 100 year-old, family owned company is a leading manufacturer in their industry. This is a full-time, direct hire position.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Initiates the projects after identification by the Business Development Manager (BDM).
Plans the project.
Executes the plan through meeting key New Product Introduction (NPI) milestones.
Ensures the efficacy of the project through NPI tools and deliverables (facilitates lean tools, visual boards, DVP, DFMEA, etc.).
Coordinates with the testing and compliance functions to ensure project flow.
Closing the projects on time and on budget.
Coordinates with cost accounting on best practices of lean accounting.
Works with the BDM and Product Managers for capacity planning and quoting activities.
Communicates with Sales & Marketing personnel on project requirements.
Communicates with Purchasing, NPI Manufacturing Engineers, Industrial Engineers, and plant personnel on successful implementation of new designs.
Discusses new designs with vendors and customers.
Generates presentations to customers and management.
Advises Product Designers and Product Specialist on bills of materials, costs, drawings, etc.
Required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties as requested by supervisor. ? Problem solving approach to support and assist other departments.
Requirements:
Engineering degree (BSEE, BSME, or higher) in a related field.
5+ years of mechanical engineering experience.
5+ years of experience with cross-functional product development teams.
CAD experience




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