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Engineer II in Vaughan at Welbilt

Date Posted: 12/14/2018

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Job Description

Does your current “Engineering gig” got you down?  Are you ready to make a positive change?  If so, then come work for a company that . . .

•         Values the strong skills you bring to the table

•         Provides an opportunity to succeed at what you do best

•         Will challenge your skills and grow your talent

•         Gives you the chance to build a real, long term career

As an Electro-Mechanical Engineer you will work on design and support of new Product and existing Products by applying engineering principles of design, test, verification and reliability. You will also develop product design and detail drawings by Solid Works modeling. Furthermore, you will develop technical capabilities by exercising judgment on all phases of product development and communication and schedule and manage projects.  Assignments include coordination of tasks with marketing, manufacturing and procurement.

Reporting directly to the Staff Engineer, this position is located in Concord, ON*.

We put the 'fast' in fast food and the refinement in fine dining. We put the icy refreshment in sodas and the 'rocks' in signature cocktails. Be part of an industry that touches every life. Advance your career with the leader in foodservice innovation! 

Essential Job Functions:

•         Prepare concept sketches, design models, detail drawings and specification documents as required.

•         New and derivative product designs, product improvement, testing and analysis of data.  Liaison with all functional departments regarding engineering designs.

•         Responsibilities include mechanical structure, heating systems (gas and electric), controls system, fluid flow, structural designs and materials selections

•         Prepare root cause analysis, test, performance, schedule, and cost information as required in assigned area of responsibility.

•         Prepare progress reports, feasibility, and concept studies, etc. as required.

•         Coordinate work of others assigned to the project team (for example designers, lab technicians).

•         Assist other departments in preparation of manuals and sales literature on assigned projects.

•         Maintain close contact and coordinate activities with sustaining and shared services engineering groups.

•         Provide technical assistance to support obtaining agency approvals for the product.

•         Drafts validation plans, writes lab work requests, and reports on validation results.

Job Requirements

  •   Bachelor’s Engineering degree, preferably in Electro-Mechanical; with a minimum of 3-5 years of engineering experience is required.
  •   CAD System operation & Administration, SolidWorks experience
  •   Develop product structure and detailed Bills of Materials
  •   Use of MS Word, Excel Spread Sheet and Power Point
  •   Exposure to UL, ANSI and CE standards for food service equipment.
  • Ability to think and problem solve analytically and creatively
  • •         Good interpersonal and communication skills with teamwork orientation - contributes to building a positive team spirit
  • •         Experience in sheet metal a definite asset

Welbilt is an equal opportunity employer which values diversity in the workplace. We are therefore happy to accommodate any individual needs in keeping with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If you require an accommodation in order to participate in the hiring process, please contact us to make your needs known in advance.

*Welbilt – Concord, Ontario, Canada is a leading manufacturer for over 60 years of stainless steel restaurant and foodservice equipment. At this facility 'Best in Class' Kettles, Skillets and Steamers are produced and sold world-wide to Foodservice, Institutional and various other Commercial Industries. The facility in Concord is a division of Welbilt, Inc.