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Systems Design Engineering Leader (WI)

Confidential, WI · Architecture/Engineering
The Systems Design Engineering Leader is responsible for technical execution of NPD and Value Analysis Engineering projects and employs effective communication upward, downward, and across functions to understand, set and maintain project expectations.  You will work on mechanical, electric power, electronics, materials science disciplines and will own their integration into electric distribution systems.
 
  • Own system-level design. Maintain a design scorecard to measure design progress.
  • Define, manage, and reach consensus on product requirements from all invested stakeholders.
  • Lead all technical aspects of large NPD projects alongside Project Leader (who manages resources, team structure, communication, schedule and budget).
  • Oversee integration of major mechanical, electronic, and high voltage subsystems of new products.
  • Own design validation based on requirements.
  • Prioritize team activities in order to launch successful projects on time.
  • Lend credibility to design team by acting as technical representative of the project before senior management.
  • Drive consistent documentation of design decisions and test results.
  • Identify and document best practices for future programs.
 
 
Qualifications
 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from an accredited institution
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in product design engineering
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship. 
  • Experienced in systems engineering including requirements development and system integration.
  • Experienced with 3D modeling.
  • Experienced with FEA and/or other types of modeling and simulation.
  • Active Professional Engineer licensure in any state.
  • Involved with industry standards development.
  • Familiar with the electric power industry, especially medium-voltage distribution.
  • Familiar with project management practices.
  • Able to read and understand a typical patent.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate with technical and non-technical team members and stakeholders, both written and oral.
  • Able to prioritize among conflicting needs within a dynamic environment and execute to a plan, working alone or with a team.
  • Organized and proficient at data management and information cataloguing using basic software tools (e.g. MS Office products).
  • Membership in at least one professional society (e.g. IEEE, ASME, INCOSE).
  • Six Sigma Green/Black Belt certification (preferred)
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