The Commercial segment is a leading manufacturer of refuse collection vehicles, front and rear discharge concrete mixers, portable and stationary concrete batch plants, field service vehicles, and truck mounted cranes. All backed by 24/7 support, our segment’s brands consist of McNeilus, CON-E-CO, London Machinery, and IMT. Oshkosh Commercial leads its industries in both innovation & quality.
Oshkosh Commercial is a segment of Oshkosh Corporation, which is a Fortune 500, multi-billion dollar company. At Oshkosh Corporation we are dedicated to designing and building the world's toughest specialty trucks, truck bodies, and access equipment by working shoulder-to-shoulder with the people who use them.
The Electrical Engineer designs and provides integration support for vehicle control/embedded systems development. This position supports both Mixer and Refuse New Product Development projects by developing design ideas, creating engineering models, drawings and control software as well as executing on vehicle control/embedded system project plans.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Design electrical parts and components to correct parameters and specifications while incorporating quality, cost, reliability, and ease of manufacturing
2. Prepare accurate calculations, analysis, and investigation to ensure proper form, fit and function of end products
3. Provide technical assistance for prototype, pilot, or production build, including resolution of problems on the production floor
4. Utilize various CAD engineering tools (i.e., Solidworks, etc.) in a design and testing environment
5. Process engineering information through change notices, change proposals, and the creation of thorough part print documentation.
6. Review electrical schematics and collaborate with team designers and drafters to incorporate revisions and feedback from various user and testing groups
7. Use reasonable foresight to identify vehicle operation and maintenance risks and control them within acceptable levels; work to maximize efficiency and safety
8. Support internal groups (i.e., sales, marketing, service, warranty) and external customers and vendors; this may include travel to off-site locations as necessary (up to 30% regionally) to accomplish assigned engineering projects
· Bachelor's degree in Engineering (Electrical Engineering focus, preferred)
· Internship experience or 6-plus months’ related experience
· Good oral and written communication skills
· Ability to attain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) to accomplish assigned projects
· Experience with automotive or heavy-duty equipment
· Familiarity with Controller Area Network (CAN BUS) and J1939 Protocol
Oshkosh Corporation is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. This company will provide equal opportunity to all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status. Information collected regarding categories as provided by law will in no way affect the decision regarding an employment application.
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