R&D Mechanical Engineer – Emergency Lighting Units

R&D Mechanical Engineer – Emergency Lighting Units

Tasks:

The R&D Mechanical Engineer, Emergency Lighting Units, participates in the development and validation of the global platform for emergency products. Working within a multidisciplinary team and in association with worldwide regional teams, the engineer ensures the development of a range of innovative solutions, allowing an optimal usage of the sub components by the various regional centers, and therefore meeting their technical requirements. As a professional, the engineer accomplishes any design-related task with rigor and communicates effectively with colleagues for a collaborative environment.

Responsibilities:

- Design modular and innovative components as per the requirements defined by the architect of the self-contained emergency products platform.
- Participate in the development of material sub-components for the other emergency products global platforms.
- Participate in the creation of validation plans for sections under his/her responsibility.
- Work with suppliers to identify optimal components, both in terms of performance and budget constraints.
- Ensure an understanding of the customers’ needs as well as the various codes and standards which can impact the designs.
- Participate in project planning and follow-ups with other involved members.
- Participate actively in design review meetings.
- Write the technical documents required during all the development phases.
- Ensure that the designed products meet the customers’ needs, as well as the quality and safety standards.
- Provide technical support to engineers participating in projects, as well as to regional engineering teams.

Requirements:

- Bachelor degree in mechanical/electrical engineering and a minimum of 5 years work experience in design of similar products, or equivalent.
- Experience in mechanical enclosure design.
- Knowledge of water/dust resistance standards for enclosures.
- Knowledge in integration of electrical and electronic components.
- Experience with computer-aided software (CAD, printed circuits design).
- Knowledge in product development tools and processes.
- Knowledge of lighting products, like LED and previous technologies.

Additional skills:

- Knowledge of intellectual property activities.
- Functional English required, spoken and written, as well as a second language, an asset.
- Good communication and interpersonal skills.
- Autonomy and leadership for managing priorities in line with targeted goals.
- Team work oriented.
- Occasional travelling possible.

Additional information

ABB is an Employment Equity Employer and values a diverse workforce. ABB will provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. In support of our Employment Equity Program, women, aboriginal people, members of visible minorities, and/or persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply and self-identify in the application process. We also offer a stimulating work environment, competitive salaries and a complete benefits package.

ABB is prepared to act on requests for disability accommodations that might be required to allow any disabled person to access our facility. Please advise us if any attending person requires/requests some specific form of disability accommodation.

The masculine form is used as neutral gender and includes men and women.

Location:
Saint-Laurent, QC, Quebec, Canada
Contract type:
Regular/Permanent
Business unit:
BU Installation Products
Date posted:
2017-09-08
Job function:
Research and Development
Publication ID:
CA60201374_E5

ABB (www.abb.com) is a leading global technology company in power and automation that enables utility, industry, and transport & infrastructure customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in roughly 100 countries and employs about 135,000 people.

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