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Product Design Engineer (R&D)

Are you a proven, professional Engineer (formal PE not required) with a passion for and track record of success with Product Design (R&D) to ensure the Client and Customer’s best business outcome? Do you want to join a Top National Category player who is growing even more year over year? Then we’d like to visit with you!!!


Company Overview:

Our Client is a national leader in their product space.  With a long-standing reputation for high-quality equipment and excellent customer service, they built a culture on open book management transparency and in-house training for advancement.


Role Overview

This Product Engineer will play a pivotal role in managing new Product Designs from concept to qualification to full scale production.  

Key Role Responsibilities

  • Generate product design concepts and packages, including drawings, travelers, tooling, and test procedure
  • Drive value and project progression with both Internal and External Customers
  • Design and develop new solutions to support customer needs and new applications
  • Partner with Manufacturing to identify and resolve issues associated with manufacturing, assembly, and test of products

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering
  • 2+ years’ work experience in a related engineering or project management role
  • Proficiency in Finite Element Analysis for both Thermal and Structural
  • Design Tolerance Analysis experience
  • AS9100, ISO9001, IATF16949, ISO13485 or similar QMS level Product Design/Qualification experience 



  • Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance;
  • 10 paid holidays and PTO;
  • Matching 401K;
  • Tuition reimbursement;
  • Dependent scholarship programs.

    *Salaries posted are NOT offers and vary widely based on specific experiences and backgrounds*