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Sr. Design Engineer – Hydraulics

Cintal, Inc.

This is a Contract position in Lexington, KY posted May 10, 2022.

Job Responsibilities:Utilize CAD (Creo) and PC Programs to develop project plan and to develop design concept drawing, complete assembly drawing, complete component drawing, and complete system drawing for respective vehicle hydraulic systems and/or component, plus BOM supporting technical information.

Development to meet design compliance to Engineering Standards, Product Quality, Product Cost, and Development Schedule.Apply a comprehensive, intensive, practical knowledge of the field experience to the development of new methods, approaches, or procedures with quality and cost effectiveness as a key issue.Provide technical leadership in completing assignments and projects.

Demonstrate a high degree of creativity and mature judgement in anticipating and solving non-reoccurring, unprecedented problems.Assume project responsibility on assignments by providing planning, technical guidance, and coordination with inside and outside functions, as required to complete the assignment to plan and scheduleMaintain open communications with internal and external customers and suppliers and provide technical support to meet their expectations (i.E.

Manufacturing, Parts, QA, Service, Sales, Marketing, customers, vendors, management, and other Engineering groups).Become a subject matter expert on all hydraulic systems on all trucks that we produce.Resolve shop and field issues assigned and ensuring they are complete in a timely manner.Travel to proving ground and customer sites to instruct tests and resolves issues in the fields.Developing testing plans for new development or issues in the field, working with test engineers to implement the test, reviewing the testing data and determining if and how the data is to be used.Interfacing with the customer and providing data in a clear way that they can use to make decisions.Communicating with suppliers to maintain existing components and develop new components.Qualifications/Requirements:BS Degree or higher in Mechanical Engineering or Agricultural Engineering or Aerospace Engineering or related technical field from an accredited university.5 years of work experience in the design of hydraulic systems.

Strong familiarity with off-highway mobile equipment and application.Experience with Creo.Good mechanical/electrical aptitude, hands on experience to be able to resolve hydraulic issues in shop and field.Leadership skills and good communication skills.

Good knowledge of analytical and testing methods and procedures.Good knowledge of failure and root cause analysis and familiar with DFMEA process.Desired:IFPS Certified Hydraulic Specialist is desired but not required.Working knowledge of Automation Studio or other simulation software.Knowledge of electric circuits and components such as controls and sensors.Application experience of major manufacturers’ components, such as Parker, Danfoss, Hydraforce, etc.Hydraulic Systems Appropriate knowledge in the specialized areas of hydraulic systems, including lubricants, seals, valves, ISO and MSHA regulations and recommended practices.

General knowledge of electronics, engines, and drive systems.

In addition, knowledge of construction/mining/forestry practices, serviceability and maintenance procedures, operator preferences, etc.

must be incorporated into the designs.Hydraulic Components Appropriate knowledge in the specialized areas of hydraulic components, including hydraulic pumps, hydraulic valves, hydraulic cylinders, suspensions, brakes, lubricants, seals, ISO and MSHA regulations and recommended practices.

In addition, knowledge of construction/mining/forestry practices, serviceability and maintenance procedures, operator preferences, etc.

must be incorporated into the designs.