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Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing Engineer

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  • Sector:

    Renewable Energy & Infrastructure

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    Hannah Waters

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  • Published:

    20 days ago

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  • Consultant:

    Hannah Waters


  • Provide the day-to-day manufacturing/sustaining support related to electrical components of ES&O product e.g. PLCs,breakers, fuses and relays for DC and AC circuits, connectors, cables (both power/ethernet/fire alarm) etc.

  • Provide ES&O product maintenance support to review, search, verify alternate electrical components sources

  • Work independently with vendors and design team to understand root cause of failures, propose design or component changes, and implement and validate design changes

  • Support cost reduction efforts and identify new cost take out and ideas

  • Review electrical schematic, single line diagram, field wiring diagram, wire-list in Auto-Cad Electrical and BOM in Auto-Cad Inventor/Vault for energy storage systems following UL508A and IEC61439-1/2 standards

  • Define electrical manufacturing issues and risks to the product team and support driving solution and implementing it

  • Reviewing engineering change requests generated by Electrical R&D.

  • ·Review product design and confirm manufacturability in collaboration with product development team and factory personal

  • Support Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT)and support developing and maintaining the FAT procedure regarding electrical engineering

Minimum Experience and Educational Requirements:

  • BS Electrical Engineering degree required; graduate degree preferred

  • 5+ years of manufacturing experience with focus in electrical engineering, troubleshooting, testing power systems and control panels or switch gears

  • Experience with AutoCAD Electrical,PLCs, Autodesk Inventor for 2D/3D drawings/Models, SAP, Autodesk Vault, PLM Fusion 360 Manage, etc.

  • Able to create and review electrical schematic, single line diagram, field wiring diagram

  • Able to create and write components specifications and understand manufacturing datasheets.

  • Working knowledge of industrial control philosophies, and communication protocols

  • Willing to travel 20% of the time.