Job DescriptionProductive Resources has been providing engineering services to some of the nation’s largest and most renowned companies for over twenty years. Our reputation for quality, teamwork, and innovative solutions keeps our clients turning to us to meet their engineering services needs. Our contacts and experience combined with your technical expertise equals career possibilities for you. This opportunity is for a Senior Hydraulics Engineer to work directly for a client in Central Iowa.
In this position, you will develop and implement quality control and reliability plans to improve hydraulic system reliability in accordance with Company initiatives. In this role, you will strive to develop hydraulic system design standards, review the hydraulic system prototypes and perform audits in hydraulic Kaizen events. Finally, you will train and consult for others for hydraulic system design. If you are the right person, if you have the expertise we need, submit your resume now!
No sponsorships are available for this opportunity.Requirements Bachelor’s Degree Major: Agricultural or Mechanical Engineering. 7-10 years of experience in mobile equipment hydraulic design; and/or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Ability to effectively organize and practice project management skills; to create accurate, professional and error free documents in a timely manner; and to lead others that do not report to the position to produce results. Demonstration of good oral and written communication skills.
Ability to provide informative and professional assistance when working with the public/customers and co-workers and maintain positive interpersonal relationships which encourage openness.Certifications, Licenses, and RegistrationsCertified fluid power specialist (CFPS), and/or Certified fluid power hydraulic specialist (CFPHS), and/or Certified hydraulic fluid power engineer (CFPE). At least one certification must be completed within 2 years of accepting this position.
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