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Schulz Electric, a Timken Motor & Crane Company, has a current
opening for an Engineering Manager based out of the New Haven,
CT regional service center. The primary role of this position
is to provide technical leadership and oversee all engineering
activities at the Schulz regional service center (RSC) for
overhaul, rewind, and manufacturer new Electric Motors/Generators
and other electrical power transmission equipment. All personnel
working in the RSC engineering department report directly to the
Engineering Manager. The Engineering Manager is also involved with
design and reverse engineering, as required, in cooperation with
Timken Power Systems Chief Engineer – Electrical. Additionally this
position provides technical evaluations to support customer
quotation requests and works with all members of the site team to
achieve promised on-time delivery commitments and financial
objectives. Occasional travel required ( Evaluation, determination
of failure mode and required repair scope of customer
Direct and provide guidance to all direct reports within the RSC
engineering and test departments.
Review of customer technical requirements.
Use established standards and procedures for overhaul, re-wind,
and manufacturer new products to meet customer requirements within
the QC and design standards set by the company, EASA, IEEE, and Nuc
10CFR50 Appendix B.
Liaison to sales, supply chain, quality, and operations for
Technical Oversight of winding, assembly, and final product
testing to ensure quality standards and on-time delivery
commitments are kept.
Develop and/or approve specifications, changes or upgrades for
reverse engineered equipment for motor aftermarket
Provide final reports as required per contract.
Work as part of global Timken Power Systems’ engineering
Support Customer Service and Sales teams.
Be a steward of the company's assets, brand, reputation and
Ensure that the highest ethical and commercial standards are
Manage Timken Power Systems’ Electrical Engineering resources to
support 100% on time, on specification and on budget, standard
operating procedures and strategy objectives.
Technical/ Functional Skills:
Experience in design, manufacture, testing and applications of
AC and DC electric motors, Motor-Generator (MG) Sets and generators
and related controls primarily utilized in nuclear and fossil power
generation facilities as well as industrial.
Knowledge of fluid film, rolling element bearings, lubrication
systems and vibration analysis.
Familiarity with current industry standards (IEEE, NEMA, EASA,
Demonstrated leadership and talent management skills.
Excellent communication skills (verbal & written) and teamwork
approach with corporate and site engineering.
Strong systemic mindset and problem-solving skills.
Strong analytical skills including the ability to analyze and
interpret critical data.
Skilled in all basic MS Office products and working knowledge of
ERP systems (preferably Epicor).
Bachelor's degree in Engineering is required (Electrical
Master’s degree in Engineering, Manufacturing Management or
related field preferred.
A minimum of 10 years engineering experience in AC/DC Electric
Motors & Controls.
A minimum of 3 years of experience in engineering project
All qualified applicants shall be treated equally according to
their individual qualifications, abilities, experiences and other
employment standards. There will be no discrimination due to gender
or gender identity, race, religion, color, national origin,
ancestry, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran/military
status or any other basis protected by applicable law.
Join one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies® – an honor we’ve
received nine times. The Timken Company designs a growing portfolio
of engineered bearings and power transmission products that improve
the reliability and efficiency of global machinery and equipment to
move the world forward. Timken posted $3.6 billion in sales in 2018
and employs more than 17,000 people globally, operating from 35
Why Choose Timken? Over a century of knowledge and
A culture of top performance
Products that contribute to a sustainable world
A conviction to improve communities around us
Competitive salary and benefits
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