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Electrical Engineer

Company: Finn Corporation
Location: Hamilton
Posted on: June 25, 2022

Job Description:

Description:For more than 80 years, FINN has provided quality equipment for the landscape and erosion control industries. As a worldwide leader in ground and soil management, FINN pioneers efficient solutions that prevent soil erosion and promote healthy soil practices to improve and beautify the environment. Known for productivity, reliability, and long lasting performance, FINN continues to focus on technologies and solutions to help end-users be more productive and more profitable. Working at Finn Corporation provides a productive, friendly, and collaborative work environment with competitive pay and benefits. We also offer a $1000 signing bonus!The Senior Electrical Engineer will be responsible for designing and coordinating the development of new technology and electrical/hydraulic system component improvements into our special commercial vehicles and mobile equipment


  • Develop and optimize electrical and control components and systems to provide maximum customer value and equipment function. Including safety of operation and operational performance, at optimum costs.
  • Develop, from scratch, and optimize machine control logic and HMI's (Structured Text)
  • Perform technical calculations to support designs including electrical requirements, safety standards and motor/hydraulic controls.
  • Conduct experiments and tests on new and existing designs and equipment to obtain data on function and performance of equipment.
  • Conduct technical calculations and analyze data to develop new system designs using electrical and related mechanical, hydraulic, and electromechanical components.
  • Work with management to determine product specifications for new equipment development
  • Work with management to develop cost/margin analysis for new products.
  • Conduct engineering activities related to product design, including drawing creation, machine controls development, engineering specification reviews, engineering cost estimates, proper development timing, and support testing.
  • Direct and coordinate manufacturing, construction, installation, maintenance, support documentation, and testing activities to ensure compliance with specifications, codes and customer requirements.
  • Direct validation activities on components and equipment under designated conditions to ensure operational performance meets design specifications.
  • Coordinate with suppliers to determine target milestone and completion dates.
  • Address supplier design issues, problem resolutions, engineering reviews, data analysis, potential engineering changes, and component timing.
  • Assist in service calls for troubleshooting issues.

    Requirements:
    Education, Knowledge and Skills

    • Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent
    • Minimum five (5) years in manufacturing environment.
    • Experience in low volume/high mix industry preferred.
    • Experience in heavy commercial equipment industry preferred.
    • Solid knowledge of electrical and control engineering principles.
    • Experience with Structured Text Programming preferred
    • Working knowledge of engineering hydraulic system components.
    • In-depth experience in creating drawings and schematics for motor control systems, and panel box and conduit installation layouts.
    • In depth knowledge of vehicle standards, systems, processes, testing and regulatory requirements.
    • Must be able to work at both a strategic and tactical level.
    • Previous experience in successfully leading major projects from inception to production, with demonstrated proficiency in managing, organizing and holding others accountable to time and cost requirements.
    • Ability to work effectively in complex situations and critical deadlines.
    • Able to effectively work collaboratively, and cross-functionally, with sales, production and the executive level, to communicate and resolve complex issues.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Proficient in MS Office,
    • Proficient with CAD software(s) including AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and Inventor.
    • Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma a plus.
      Requirements:
      Education, Knowledge and Skills

      • Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent
      • Minimum five (5) years in manufacturing environment.
      • Experience in low volume/high mix industry preferred.
      • Experience in heavy commercial equipment industry preferred.
      • Solid knowledge of electrical and control engineering principles.
      • Experience with Structured Text Programming preferred
      • Working knowledge of engineering hydraulic system components.
      • In-depth experience in creating drawings and schematics for motor control systems, and panel box and conduit installation layouts.
      • In depth knowledge of vehicle standards, systems, processes, testing and regulatory requirements.
      • Must be able to work at both a strategic and tactical level.
      • Previous experience in successfully leading major projects from inception to production, with demonstrated proficiency in managing, organizing and holding others accountable to time and cost requirements.
      • Ability to work effectively in complex situations and critical deadlines.
      • Able to effectively work collaboratively, and cross-functionally, with sales, production and the executive level, to communicate and resolve complex issues.
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
      • Proficient in MS Office,
      • Proficient with CAD software(s) including AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and Inventor.
      • Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma a plus.

        PM22PI179740195

Keywords: Finn Corporation, Hamilton , Electrical Engineer, Professions , Hamilton, Ohio

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