Cummins Inc. Product Design Engineer in W Sacramento, California
Product Design Engineer
Applies developing knowledge of engineering principles and practices to assigned tasks in the design, development, analysis and release of products and subsystems through the product life cycle. Assists in creating design specifications considering application,
cost, weight, performance, product life, manufacture, assembly and service. Verifies design using analysis and or functional testing, interprets results, drives decisions and assesses risk. Works with other engineering disciplines and cross-functional disciplines
to resolve product issues. Evaluates customer needs and aligns requirements with identified customer expectations.
Uses prescribed, established methods, and works under direct guidance. Participates as a team member.
Learns team roles and how to contribute towards team goals. Carries out defined and partially defined tasks.
Learns and applies basic knowledge of an engineering discipline.
Applies engineering and/or scientific skills and develops experience in creating engineering solutions.
Installation Quality Assurance (IQA) - Has a basic understanding of the Installation Review Process, including the tools and processes associated with the various markets.
Product Validation - Understands the measures of data quality, methods of analysis and available tools. Includes the understanding of the work flow required to schedule, install, setup and calibrate and operate the equipment associated with testing.
Cross-Functional Design Review - Cross-functional design reviews are a series of in- depth and disciplined sessions that bring broad cross-functional experience to bear on designs/or process approaches and details. Able to apply the cross-functional design
review procedure with limited guidance.
Dimensional Variation Analysis - Developing understanding of inputs and outputs of a Dimensional Variation Analysis (DVA), knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning/ relationships, comparison to Monte-Carlo simulation and able to interpret the DVA results and use
them to iteratively optimize the design.
Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing - Understanding basic principles of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) to include: correctly interpret dimensioning/ Tolerancing methods, understanding of the terms, rules, symbols, and concepts of GD&T as prescribed
in the ASME Y14.5M-1994.
Product Structure - Product structure involves an understanding of the rationale around the identification of product items and the methodology for structuring this information into saleable, manufacturable and serviceable product. Users are expected to demonstrate
proficiency in understanding and applying product structure rules such as item compatibilities, dependencies and relationships.
Design For Manufacturing And Assembly - Understands the underlying principles, techniques and procedures design for manufacturing and assembly appropriately as part of work. Performs/could perform design for manufacturing and assembly effectively.
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