Gas Appliance Design Engineer
Madison, WI US
Calling all Gas Combustion Project Engineers with commercial food industry or heater, furnace or boiler experience to join our world class MidWest client. Relocation assistance is available!
If you are looking for new challenges, new product development initiatives, state of art facility, then don't miss this opportunity. NO Risk, a lot of reward! Compensation with base and salary could be six figures!
One of the largest non-public players in the commercial foodservice equipment industry. Have a voice in gas appliance development.!
Guide the overall design of gas powered cooking equipment, ensuring total compliance to agency, product quality and manufacturability and performance requirements
Responsible for design and development of gas solutions for new products and legacy. Leverage expertise in design reviews and technical reviews as a subject matter expert. Provide mentoring, training and guidance to enable effective design, sourcing, manufacturing and field support of gas equipment.\
Lead regulatory compliance initiatives related to gas technologies.
Conduct research regarding emerging standards and prepare equipment to meet the next generation of regulatory requirements. Participate in relevant industry standards committees.Troubleshoot and diagnose problematic gas systems
Responsible for creating design specifications (component, sub-system, and system specs, concept analyses, benchmark reports, DFMEAs, technology assessments, test plans, mathematical design models, engineering reports, cost estimates, and engineering project plans.. Responsible for developing design concepts and associated technologies through the following key duties
Concept generation, selection and stakeholder validation
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering or similar required. Master’s degree preferred.
Prefer at least 10 years experience in gas system design with a minimum of 5 years in commercial gas appliances (oven, steamers). Residential gas appliance, boilers, furnaces or gas combustion burners experience may be substituted.
Only respond if you have this type of experience. If you are qualified, then send your confidential resume for consideration and get ready for your new future!