Work with product development engineers to develop material/process preferred practices selections to enable 10 year corrosion resistance.
Develop laboratory tests to validate performance objectives and enable light weight technologies.
Welding Engineer ArcPrinciple duties:Provide support to and collaborate with product development, manufacturing weld process and materials engineers in defining lightweight, corrosion-resistant and volume production robust weld joints through proper selection of process parameters, materials and definition of associated part geometry
Develop and oversee laboratory tests in support of product design development, evaluation of new welding technologies and approval of new material substrates, weld wires, and solders
Maintain corporate engineering design, material, and process standards that govern welding and weld materials
Remain abreast of emerging welding technologies through literature research and participation in industrial technical consortia activities
Provide technical consultation to Engineering, Purchasing, Manufacturing and corporate supplier base with respect to pre-production and volume production builds
Provide assistance in product root cause analysis by leveraging the OEM Materials Engineering laboratory via test request generation and data analysis
Assist in the identification and initiation of corrective actions
Minimum of a Bachelor of Science degree in Welding, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering, or Engineering Technology from an ABET accredited university
Three years relevant welding engineering experience
Bachelor of Science or greater degree in Welding or Metallurgical Engineering from an ABET accredited university
Practical manufacturing welding experience arc and resistance welding
Technical expertise and related experience in applying welding science arc and resistance welding
Excellent communication, organizational and presentation skills
Strong leadership abilities, multitasking ability and problem solving skills