Welding Engineer

Last updated 19 days ago
Location:Madison, Wisconsin

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We are looking for a talented Welding Engineer to join our team specializing in Cummins Emission Solutions for our Component Business Segment in Stoughton, WI.

Your impact will happen in these and other ways:

    The position works cross-functionally on projects that require material science guidance on topics such as material and process selection, failure analysis, material characterization, and material and process expertise on questions pertaining to manufacturing and quality problems.

      Investigates material and material processing problems, understands causal mechanisms, recommends appropriate action, actively contributes to problem resolution and documents results with guidance from more experienced team members.

        Applies and supports the improvement of processes such as material and material processing validation, quality auditing, design validation and 7-step problem solving and utilizes the tools and techniques for material characterization, material testing, non-destructive testing, mechanical and physical properties measurement, simulation and statistical data analysis which are required to enable higher quality decision making.

          Obtains input and negotiates with Quality, Supply Chain and Engineering functions and delivers testing/analysis results and consultancy to these functions to enable internal and external customer success. Makes decisions in the areas of material and material processing selection and optimization, qualification and inspection that impact product quality, reliability, durability and capability. Applies and improves material specifications/standards in alignment with requirements, capability and quality needs

            Owns problem resolution for moderately complex components, products, systems, subsystems or services with a greater degree of technical complexity and ambiguity over the entry level engineer level and with greater accountability to the project team. Provides independent execution of established work processes and systems, while still developing technology or product knowledge; engages with the improvement of systems and processes.

              Involves minimal direct management of people but could involve the coordination and direction of work amongst technicians and/or temporary student employees. Contributes effectively toward team goals, exhibits influence within a work group and continues to develop proficiency in the competency areas critical to success in the role.

              Education, Licenses, Certifications

              University, or equivalent Bachelor's degree in Engineering or other relevant technical disciplines is required. Preferred major: B.Sc. or MS in Welding Engineering, Welding Engineering Technology or Metal Joining Technology


                Prior entry level engineering equivalent work experience (3 plus years) in a relevant discipline area is required. Knowledge of MS Office tools is preferred

                  Preferred experience with stainless steels and sheet metal weldments.

                    Preferred experience with MIG, TIG, Spot Welding, Projection Welding and Laser Welding.

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