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Contract Engineer II - III - IV Fuel Cells

Job Description
Mechanical Contract Engineer -
Hydrogen Fuel Cell System Development
Hyster-Yale Group, a world-class manufacturer of industrial lift trucks and alternative energy systems, has an outstanding opportunity for creative and talented Engineers, located at their Counterbalanced Development Center in Fairview (Portland), OR. This individual will have a positive influence on the development of hydrogen fuel cell products. This individual will interact with suppliers, design, test, manufacturing, and procurement teams.
Responsibilities:
Develop, design, and release activities to ensure that the engineering outputs meet the quality, reliability, performance, and cost requirements for hydrogen fuel cell products.
Collaborate and provide support to design, test, manufacturing, and procurement teams
Support development testing to ensure design robustness to requirements.
Qualifications:
Formal education with a minimum BS in Engineering, Mechanical preferred
2 to 10 years work experience in the engineering field (materials handling, automotive, agricultural or similar). Experience working with power electronics preferred.
Knowledge/skill in vehicle/automotive technology.
Drawing practices, 3D Parametric CAD, engineering analysis, design layouts
Working Knowledge of MATLAB
Innovative thinking, troubleshooting and problem solving.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Desire for 'hands on' work in a shop environment
Attention to Quality: Follow established procedures and be attentive to details to ensure accuracy in design and documentation.
Decision Making: Exhibit good judgment and a realistic understanding of issues; demonstrate ability to take decisive actions to develop product.
Systematic Problem solving: Demonstrate ability to apply basic principles and methods to resolve product issues.
Teamwork and Flexibility: Function well in a team environment by working well with other employees and other departments.
EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled
Employment Type
Temporary/Contractor


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