Advanced Lead Engineer - Bogie / Truck Engineering
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Lead Engineer - Locomotive Bogie/ Truck will play the key role of owning the technical responsibility of Locomotive Truck sub system design development and ensure that the design complies with Subsystem / System level requirements..
Interdependently lead the Design and development of Truck subsystem components for locomotives, following robust Engineering Process.
Capture and consolidate Truck Subsystem requirements, develop & finalize truck concepts,perform Trade-off analysis, identify technical risks and develop mitigation plans, Coordinate the truck subsystem interface with all interfacing subsystems,
Ensure compliance with customer, regulatory and GE specifications.
Must work with Engineering Technical Leaders & Subsection Manager on various types of projects like NPI, requisition, cost productivity, service productivity & reliability.
Must lead projects by adhering to GE processes, meeting business standards and program / product requirements.
Assure proper documentation of technical data generated for the assigned projects and/or tasks consistent with engineering policies and procedures
Bachelors /Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering with minimum 3 years of design experience.
Deep technical understanding and capabilities in locomotive structural component design.
Should have good understanding of design of Bogie / Truck system
Should guide the CAD team to develop 3-D models and packaging concepts for Truck subsystem.
Must have exceptional interpersonal Skills to interface effectively with cross functional teams.
Must have experience with fabricated structure design, analysis and validation.
Must guide the analysis team in defining loads and boundary conditions for FEA.
Locomotive Simulation Experience using tool such as MSC Adams/ VI Grade - Rail / Simpack
Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering â€“ With Design / Structural specilization
Good understanding of rail standards such as AAR, EN, RGS, UIC, APTA, etc.
Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Ability to work independently. Strong problem solving skills.
United States; Pennsylvania; Erie
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening.