Experience:
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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
2/19/2018
Job Category:
Engineering
Industry:
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Chief Design Engineer- Brake Systems
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Systems Search | Minneapolis, MN
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Job Description

Chief Designer - Brake Systems

    • Lead development of EBS to conform to standard regulations & engineering principles
    • Provide technical solutions to improve performance of existing systems
    • Conduct concept of design and control strategy for EBS
    • Guide and manage a team of engineers for testing & calibration
    • Create & review documents to build control model
    • Provide internal/external technical support
    • Interact w/customers for collect & interpret product requirements
    • Create & or review/design brake standards & regulations for brake system

REQUIREMENTS (Preferred)

    • BS & MS in engineering or related field
    • 7 plus years of related experience
    • Strong fundamentals of vehicle engineering
    • Proven history of leading the development of EBS
    • Critical thinking & exceptional problem solving skills
    • Excellent communication skills & ability to work independently & on a diverse team
    • Proactive, highly resourceful, motivated to achieve multiple project successes within defined schedules
    • Travel as necessary to support projects & customers

Qualifications

Applicants must be eligible to work in the specified location

About Systems Search

Dunhill Staffing Systems has demonstrated a long-term commitment to the staffing industry. We are the second largest placement firm, by dollar revenue in the United States. Our nationwide network of over 125 offices can communicate with each other to fill your positions faster and more effectively than the competition. One of the things we are most proud of at Dunhill is our interview-to-placement-ratio. This ratio describes the system wide average number of interviews it takes to successfully place a candidate into a job. This ratio can tell you a great deal about the recruiting company with whom you are working. The industry average interview to placement ratio is currently 10:1. At Dunhill, our 4:1 ratio is among the best - great news for both hiring managers and candidates. This means that we protect the time of our hiring managers by making sure they are only speaking with qualified individuals who are ready to make a career move for the right opportunity. For candidates it means we protect your time and energy as well - only sending you on interviews for which you are well qualified.