For this role we are looking for a Project Engineer to join our Feeder Automation Power Hardware Product Engineering team. You will be responsible analysis and report writing for returned customer materials, support of the Production Operations team building S&C’s IntelliRupter and SCADA-Mate products, identification and implementation of cost and reliability improvements and ongoing feature enhancements for the products we support.
The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Collaborate with other Engineers to design new parts and assemblies
- Evaluate and provide detailed, written engineering reports on returned products
- Use problem-solving techniques to address quality and reliability issues
- Develop and implement project plans, which include test plans and project schedules
- Develop test methods, both electrical and mechanical, and work with laboratory team members to perform tests
- Interpret, analyze, and summarize data, identify trends, prepare reports, and formulate conclusions
To select this job as one of interest to you, at a minimum, you must have the following:
- BS degree in Electrical Engineering or related field, or equivalent experience.
- 3-5 years of product support, design, and development experience.
- Basic understanding of power systems preferred.
- Good electrical/mechanical aptitude to be able to aid in the design of electromechanical systems.
- Good communication skills, written and spoken, to clearly present ideas in a variety of forums
- Excellent problem-solving skills.
- Very good interpersonal and organization skills to work with team members at all levels across the organization.
- Good PC skills including proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Teams, Excel, and Word.
MAJOR PHYSICAL DEMANDS
- Standing: Occasional, during testing or support of Production Operations.
- Lifting: Occasional light lifting, infrequent lifting up to 50 lbs.
- Walking: Occasional walking within/between company facilities.
- Carrying: Occasional carrying of light objects for short distances.
- Pushing/Pulling: Regular pushing or pulling of returned materials on assembly carts during analysis and test.
- Bending: Occasional bending during analysis and test.
- Reaching: Occasional reaching during analysis and test.
S&C is a global company providing equipment and services for electric power systems. Founded in 1911, the Chicago-based company designs and manufactures switching and protection products for electric power transmission and distribution. S&C’s Engineering teams design solutions for a portfolio of products for a wide range of customers including electric utilities and industrial/commercial power users. S&C offers broad opportunities for advancement, excellent education and training programs, a challenging work environment, and a strong package of pay and benefits.
The Human Energy of S&C has been built on the principles of integrity, enthusiasm, and sustained energy. These are the traits that S&C has always looked for and found when seeking people to join our 100% employee-owned team. S&C would not be where it is today without the diversity of our team members and business partners. We consider our diversity to be a core strength of our company, and we aspire to align our team-member demographics with the populations in which we live and work. To realize this vision, we seek to facilitate the career development of minorities, women and all team members through events hosted by our Inclusion, Diversity, Engagement and Awareness (I.D.E.A.) Group, Women’s Empowerment Group and other S&C affinity groups.S&C has a proud and longstanding tradition of providing equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or marital status. Further, S&C is committed to taking affirmative action to ensure that qualified females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities can pursue equal employment opportunities. For information regarding equal employment opportunity, please see http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf.