Engineering Job Descriptions
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OVERVIEW: Develops chemical products and processes through research, analysis, synthesis, and experimentation.
OVERVIEW: Prepares rough sketches and final drawings by studying engineering documents, performing calculations, and identifying dimensions, tolerances, and materials.
OVERVIEW: Researches, develops, designs, and tests electrical components, equipment, and systems.
OVERVIEW: Identifies sources of environmental problems by conducting tests and field investigations, and determines the proper methods of control.
OVERVIEW: Creates and enforces quality production standards for the organization in the following areas: operational methods; cost-efficient manufacturing techniques; plant loading and routing procedures; and in-plant storage and inventory.
OVERVIEW: Manages and coordinates the work of highly-skilled Engineering staff. Monitors research and development with the objective of developing new product lines and expanding existing product lines. Supervises day-to-day Engineering functions.
OVERVIEW: Tests and evaluates equipment, instruments, and components to eliminate sources of failure and to increase production quality and quantity. Researches and develops mechanical design concepts to meet given specifications of performance, cost, and suitability. Designs, builds, and develops prototypes to meet assigned specifications. Coordinates with Production/Engineering departments to ensure the accuracy of all drawings and specifications before being released.
OVERVIEW: Develops, organizes, and implements the company safety program, which aims to reduce the number and severity of accidents and injuries, while maintaining the efficiency of the various departments and the well-being of their employees, customers, and the community in accordance with all government regulations and corporate policies and procedures.