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Mechanical Design Engineer

Company Name:
Nelson Global Products
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Work closely with account management/customers to develop a workable exhaust system layout and to identify and resolve system-level issues. Act as engineering face to customer.
Design and integrate Exhaust, tubular, and structural products/systems for off-highway and small engine and recreational vehicle markets to meet customer requirements.
Identify and execute the technical support work (including mechanical design, FEA and CFD analyses, acoustical, flow and vibration testing, drafting, prototypes, etc.) required to develop system components against technical profile deliverables.
Generate and publish specifications for product (3D Models, 2D prints, Engineering specifications, etc)
Ensure DFM ( Design for Manufacturability) is implemented in development of design (Drawing Quality Reviews, Dimensional Variation Analysis, Design Reviews)
Process 7 step issue resolution and report as necessary.
Maintain and manage project schedules.
Travel to customer and supplier sites as necessary, perform on-site testing, and present our technology.
Travel Required: 10-30%

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS:
Proficient at Solid Modeling (Autodesk Inventor Preferred)
User knowledge of Fluid Dynamics, Thermal Science, Applied Mechanics, and Acoustic Science.
Proficient in Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
Project management skills.
Independent, motivated, customer-focused.
Excellent problem solving skills.
Solid communication skills, written and oral.
Ability to prioritize and multi-task.
Ability to work in cross functional team environment.
Ansys CFX and Ansys Mechanical Skills (Preferred)


EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
BS Mechanical Engineering or equivalent educational degree is required.
Basic knowledge of vehicle chassis systems (preferred)
Basic knowledge of exhaust components/aftertreatment (preferred).
Basic knowledge of the small engine and recreational vehicle markets (preferred)
Six Sigma knowledge / skills preferred (belt certification a plus)

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