1300 Airport Ball Ground, GA 30107
The Mechanical Engineer will independently perform a variety of investigative and validation level testing activities for LNG Vehicle Fuel Systems products.
What Your Day-to-Day Activities Will Be…
- Review product specifications and research test methods.
- Instrument products to acquire real world service conditions.
- Compile, analyze, and reduce data to critical events.
- Fabricate test fixtures and prepare simulation bench tests.
- Schedule and project manage test programs.
- Document methods & results in technical reports.
- Suggest and procure necessary tools for testing.
- Evaluate and Test non-function returned parts from the field in order to determine root cause.
- Supports in the development and routing of an Engineering Change Request.
- Develop test protocol with minimum information.
- Identify testing and validation requirements.
- Supports in the Engineering activities as needed on existing and new products.
- Work with interdepartmental teams to ensure continuous compliance to ISO 9001, TS 16949 and IATF 16949 standards.
- Observe and practice safety procedures and policies.
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by management.
Your Professional Experience Should Be…
- 1-3 years of related experience.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Highly motivated self-started and team player.
- Customer service orientation.
- Experience with experiment methodology and laboratory procedures.
- Demonstrated ability to plan and manage multiple tasks.
- Understands heat transfer, vacuum insulation and fluid flow.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- AutoCAD/Inventor and/or SolidWorks experience
- Strong data management, processing and analytical skills
- Heavy truck, automotive or diesel engine experience, particularly fuel delivery and electrical
- Knowledge and/or experience utilizing Data Acquisition Systems
- Basic understanding of cryogenic liquids, compressed gas and their properties
- Familiar with ASTM and ANSI standards
- Familiar with APQP
- Experience with FEA
- Familiar with electrical systems
Your Education Should Be…
B.S. degree required, preferably in Mechanical Engineering
Your Physical Work Environment Will Require…
- Frequent standing, sitting and walking,
- Frequent lifting up to 25 lbs., occasional heavier lifting.
- Frequent computer work.
- Hands on to include working on different types of trucks
- Production factory support and office environment.
- Work related travel will be required up to 2 weeks/month.
- Possible travel to customer sites to gather data or work on various projects
- Production floor environment will involve possible exposure to materials with rough edges, temperature extremes, moving mechanical parts, occasional flying debris, chemical cleaning solvents and their odors.
- Working with cryogenic products will involve possible exposure to pressurized flammable gas, pressurized oxidizing gas, pressurized inert gas and very low temperatures (-320º F).