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Compressed Air System Design Engineer

Company Name:
TAD PGS, Inc.
TAD PGS, INC. is currently seeking a Compressed Air System Design Engineer for one of our clients in Erie , PA.
Primary Responsibilities:
Responsibilities to include development of concept design, detailed design, and design analysis for assigned projects for compressed air subsystem.
Prior experience with designing or overhauling commercial air compressors.
Prior experience with pipe layout and pipes standard.
Ownership of stated technical/cost/reliability/performance requirements.
Interactions will include engineering sub-system teams; systems engineering; product definition team; and locomotive field service teams.
Complete design work and design analysis as required to meet design goals.
Development of 3D concept models in Unigraphics NX software.
Write drawing change orders and interface with product definition team for layouts, detail design, drawings and change implementation.
Write test plans and test requests in support of assigned tasks.
Review and approve designs developed by the client's designers & 2-D detailed drawings generated by product definition team.
Execute the design, analysis, or evaluation of assigned projects using sound engineering principles.
Provide timely communications on significant issues or developments.
Participate as presenter in Tollgate 500 level technical design reviews.
Closure of assigned action items from Tollgate 500 level technical design reviews.
Qualifications:
Flexibility to adapt schedule, within reason, to meet with global team members.
Strong interpersonal skills, good written and oral communication skills.
Willing to work in a team environment.
Highly motivated, self-confident individual; priority and schedule sensitive.
Integrity is a must.
Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Minimum 3 years of relevant experience.
Category:: Engineering
Location: Erie , PA
Minimum Experience (yrs):: 3
Required Education:: Bachelors Degree

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