Stadler is a leading Passenger Train manufacturer established in Switzerland in 1942. In addition to our manufacturing and service locations throughout Europe, we recently built our North American headquarters in Salt Lake City. To help with our rapid growth, we are actively seeking individuals who want to be a part of a dedicated, hardworking team.

As a Design Engineer II you are responsible for performing assigned tasks thoroughly and efficiently. You will ensure that your work meets Stadler's quality requirements, including on time performance.

Design Engineer II

Responsibilities & Qualifications

  • Generate part and system concepts and select materials to meet the respective needs
  • Create models and drawings using CAD software
  • General understanding and ability to implement Design for Manufacturability
  • Produce part, assembly and mechanical installation drawings, and revise as needed
  • Review customer specifications and implement into assigned systems
  • Produce engineering change notice documentation
  • Write technical documentation to communicate system functionality to suppliers and customer
  • Research and understand industry standards (ADA, AWS, AAR, NFPA, ASTM, ANSI, ISO etc.)
  • Produce deliverables on time and under budget
  • Present information on system progress, cost and schedule for design packages
  • Travel to supplier sites to evaluate parts against component-specific technical specifications
Production Support
  • Provide production support through timely completion of Engineering Design Changes
  • Collaborate with other team members, maintaining a warm, respectful company culture
  • Present System Functional Description of assigned system to large groups consisting of key interest parties from the customer and project management
  • Ability to answer questions concisely and provide evidence
  • Effectively communicate information to both technical and non-technical parties by adjusting vocabulary and approach
  • Work independently with minimal need of explanation or guidance on design tasks and deliverables
  • Serve as mentor to less-experienced engineers to answer design and company system questions
  • Bachelor's Degree or higher in Mechanical Engineering, or similar engineering program required
  • 3 -5 years' experience in mechanical design, preferably within commuter rail
  • Intermediate to advanced ability in CAD, CATIA preferred
  • General understanding of Supply-chain and warehouse logistics a plus
  • Microsoft Office high proficiency
  • Machine shop tools and experience preferred
  • Ability to manage time effectively and quickly transition from one task to another
  • Ability to be flexible in a rapidly growing and changing company
Our offer

Stadler US Employee Benefits Package Includes:
  • Competitive Pay (yearly bonus potential)
  • Low-cost, comprehensive Medical / Dental / Vision / Rx plans
  • Health Savings Account with employer contribution
  • 401k with employer match after only 90 days
  • Generous Paid Time Off / 9 Paid Holidays / Extended Paid Holiday
  • Tuition Reimbursement / Paid Training / Career Development
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Company-paid Life Insurance
  • Referral Bonus Program

Then do not miss out on this great opportunity - APPLY TODAY!

Stadler US Inc.
Sandy Gormley
5880 W 150 S,
Salt Lake City UT, 84104

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