Project Engineer-Driveline Engineering, Ag and CE Equipment

Company Name:
CNH Industrial America LLC
Project Engineer-Driveline Engineering, Agriculture and Construction Equipment. CNH Industrial America LLC, 6900 Veterans Boulevard, Burr Ridge, IL 60527.
Contributes to the overall profitability of new and existing products by designing high quality reliable driveline components. Resolves product reliability issues through design changes. Responsible for reducing the warranty costs by changing design, eliminating parts, or assisting in manufacturing process changes. Develops cost reduction solutions to contribute to corporate profitability. May lead a team of engineers (2 or 3) in the development of new products or solutions to current product issues. Provides regional technical support in design and analysis of transmissions, axles, and drive systems for large agricultural tractors and construction equipment. Utilizes Computer Aided Design (CAD) systems such as Pro/Engineer-Creo and database management systems such as Team Center to complete designs of castings, gears, shafts, precision machined parts, and large assemblies. Prepares and completes designs, layouts, and drawings for specific elements of the product being developed and/or improved per project plan/schedule consistent with assigned project and product line objectives. Performs engineering calculations or utilizes analysis tools such as FEA (Finite Element Analysis), Kissoft (gear and shaft design), and other proprietary tools to determine the size and strength of parts, solve design problems and check computations contributing to analytical designs. Prepares change requests, material requisitions, work orders, parts lists, product evaluation requests and reports as required to assure that all required documentation necessary for the fabrication and evaluation of prototypes, and for launching new products into production and on schedule, is provided. Works with lab and field test personnel to evaluate and analyze the performance and reliability of transmissions, axles, and driveline components used on large tractors and construction equipment. Remains informed of engineering and agricultural technological developments, and evolving field practices through field contacts, published articles, attending meetings and maintaining membership in technical societies. Travel may be required up to 10% of time to other CNH Industrial operations and supplier locations.
Required: Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, and five (5) years of progressive post-baccalaureate experience as a Design or Development Engineer-Off Highway Equipment. In lieu of a Bachelor's degree and five years of experience, the employer will accept a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering, and three (3) years of experience as a Design or Development Engineer-Off Highway Equipment. Employer will accept any suitable combination of education, training and experience equivalent to a Bachelor's degree and five years of experience or a Master's degree and three years of experience. As part of the experience being required, applicants must have had: experience with the design and analysis of driveline components and systems, including transmissions, axles, gear boxes, bearings, gears, and shafts for off highway applications; experience in identifying problems with existing designs and devising methods and approaches to solve such problems by applying knowledge of engineering structures and Finite Element Analysis; experience with transmission, axle, and driveline component key relationships, including torque dampers, torque convertors, driveshafts; experience modeling, simulation and analysis of structural components using analysis and CAD tools, Pro/Engineer and Hypermesh, ABAQUS, and NASTRAN; experience in utilizing Team Center software to manage, check and release design projects; experience working with lab and field test to analyze the performance of driveline components on agricultural or construction equipment, including large tractors, motor graders, wheel loaders, scrapper applications; experience using engineering standard tools and procedures, including FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) Design Reviews, and Proto/Field Testing plans for the driveline components; experience with off-highway vehicle engineering standards (SAE, ISO); experience working with purchasing, manufacturing plants, prototype shops, and suppliers on new part designs and/or changes to current parts; and experience in working with platform and hydraulics cross functional teams, such as Large Ag tractor vehicle team, to develop interface requirements for the different functional driveline components.
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