Location(s): United States; Connecticut, North Carolina; Mebane, Plainville
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Role Summary: The Design Engineer – Regulatory Compliance is responsible for supporting the conversion of fasteners and other mechanical components in key product lines to compliant plating and other regulatory and performance specifications. You will be responsible for product assessments, qualification plans and project execution to convert materials, working with plants, suppliers, technical experts and supply chain leadership to ensure products fully comply with environmental standards.
Essential Responsibilities: As the Design Engineer – Regulatory Compliance, you will:
SPOC with regards to the RoHS2 conversion program
Work with the TRS experts across the business
Perform required assessments and report impact to the Technology Systems team and OCE
Ensure appropriate documentation (layout/ design assy /2D drawings / BoMs), and expected results in terms of quality and execution time
Develop modifications to existing products, design documentation, as well as testing of the design in the laboratory, and in accordance to the RoHS2 directive 2011 / 65 / EU
Create CAD models in a linked model environment using Creo, as well as check, validate, and issue Creo associated drawings
Work as part of a cross functional team including manufacturing, sourcing, systems engineering and OCE in developing and on-going support of state of the art product lines
Involve the CIB to review CR before compliance desk review, and coordinate material approval with CIB prior to release
Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
Experience as design engineer
CAD experience with Creo or other 3D CAD software
Basic knowledge Change management experience (Windchill or other)
Demonstrated ability to meet schedules
Working knowledge with MS Office
Excellent analytical skills and ability to work within a project team environment
Basic knowledge of TRS (RoHS,REACH) areas is a plus
Familiar with agency requirements for NEMA (& IEC) LV ED&C products
Ability to identify, quantify, and resolve technical problems
Ability to work under pressure and meet project schedules
Ability to design, develop, analyze and document product designs which meet the functional, cost, reliability, manufacturability, and safety requirements of the customer or market
Strong team player with the demonstrated ability to work in a cross-functional, global, environment
Demonstrated ability to take initiative, good communication, and interpersonal skills
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Locations: United States; Connecticut, North Carolina; Mebane, Plainville
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