Control Systems Engineer
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Caterpillar Inc. seeks Control Systems Engineer at its facility located at 2427 E Engine Dr., Chillicothe, IL 61523.
Will support Starting & Charging Systems Product Development with internal engine and machine clients, including gathering requirements, product design, testing and validation. Responsibilities also include preparing and presenting in Technical Reviews and Gate Reviews with internal engine and machine clients. Will monitor starter and alternator product health and resolves issues for duration of product life cycle. Will evaluate, define, and resolve design and manufacturing problems. Will use technical expertise and product knowledge to play the leadership role in the problem resolution process when interfacing with Test and Evaluation, Service, Plant personnel, suppliers and consultants. Will work with manufacturability teams resolving problems with manufacturing and statistical process controls. Will author Starting & Charging standards, including developing new standards. Will resolve supply chain related issues to ensure our Caterpillar plants keep producing product. Requires travel to foreign and domestic plants, dealerships, and customer job sites approximately 15% of the time.
Position requires a Master’s degree (or equivalent foreign degree) in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or a closely related field, and 2 years of experience working with complex electrical systems or components in the Automotive or heavy machinery industry. In the alternative, employer will accept a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent foreign degree) in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or a closely related field and 5 years of experience working with complex electrical systems or components in the Automotive or heavy machinery industry. Additionally, the position requires 2 years of experience (which may have been gained concurrently): (1) Performing New Product Integration (NPI) support for new engine programs; (2) Performing integration with both internal engineering teams and external stakeholders to determine appropriate electrical control systems for NPI programs; and (3) Experience conducting technical reviews of automotive or heavy machinery control systems (i.e, starter and alternators) to verify compliance with installations guidelines.
Employer will accept any suitable combination of education, training or experience. Apply below.
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