Mechanical Engineer -VAVE

Date:  12 Feb 2024
Location:  Fort Wayne
State:  IN
Country:  US
Company:  LTTS

Job Description & Skill Requirement



 Spearhead value engineering projects from idea to commercialization.
•    Interpretate and apply ASTM and ICC Specifications to ensure compliance with both internal and external regulations and protocols.
•    Work closely with manufacturing engineering, product design, production to improve the material utilization in the manufacturing process.
•    Collaborate with product management, benchmark competitor products and propose alternative design ideas.
•    Actively participate in funnel building activities.
•    Define product specifications and qualification criteria.
•    Develop design concept, create detail design drawings, build prototypes and verify the change in house and with key customers.
•    Write test plan and design/build test equipment as needed. 
•    Conduct FEA on new and existing products, interpretate the results and provide guidance for product design improvement.
•    Conduct validate test, in lab, at production floor and installation site.
•    Collect and analyze test data, draw conclusions, and write test report.
•    Integrate GD&T principles into engineering drawings and maintain accurate records of design change.
•    Maintain and update BOM and validation documents.
•    Interface with supplier to resolve DFM issue and ensure the supplier quality.
•    Collaborate with cross functional team for smooth project execution and implementation. 
•    Identify and escalate opportunities for improvement of cost productivity to management.

•    Experience with Value Engineering in product design update for cost reduction. 
•    A strong hands-on ability and mindset of getting-thing-done.
•    Proficient with 2D drawing, 3D modeling (SolidWorks preferred), PDM, DFMEA, Root Cause Analysis etc. engineering tools.
•    FEA modeling and analysis experience, as well as applying hand calculations/handbook methods where appropriate.
•    Strong understanding of structural analysis, failure modes, how to set up structural analysis methods to ensure failure modes are clearly understood and margin to failure is quantified.
•    Ability to work under pressure in fast-paced environment and manufacturing setting.
•    Strong computer skills, including Outlook, Word, and Excel (including spreadsheets/databases).



• Should be from Good collage / university
• BS/MS or equivalent in mechanical 

Nearest Major Market: Fort Wayne