Vermeer Corporation Embedded Software Engineer - New Engineer Development Program (January Cohort) in Pella, Iowa
You’re not likely to find another company like Vermeer. Our people are from all walks of life in locations around the world, rolling up our sleeves and getting tough work done every day. Together. We’re a family-owned and operated company with an unmatched culture, one that is built on the belief that every Vermeer team member has real, personal impact – on our people, our customers and our world. Whoever you are and where you are in your career, Vermeer helps you be Equipped to Do MoreTM.
Participants in the Engineering Development Program will complete a 15-20 week training experience that provides an overview of engineering and manufacturing processes at Vermeer. During this program, participants will complete experiential, hands-on, classroom, and self-paced educational opportunities to accelerate their professional development. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will be assigned to an Electrical Design Engineer role as described below. The Engineer I - Electrical invents, designs, documents, builds, and tests new solutions for assigned industry using design tools. This role supports design in production, sales, service, troubleshooting, and updating. This position is also responsible for analyzing and providing realistic recommendations on electrical and controls systems to ensure that design meets the design goals and customer needs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Demonstrate the Vermeer characteristics of caring culture, demonstrating agility, customer focused, and stewardship and model the associated behaviors.
Design and detail circuits, harnesses, and assembly prints using SolidWorks software for manufacturability, cost effectiveness, and safety.
Develop software and supporting documentation for machine based controls.
Debug and test software.
Develop mechanical design of controls associated structures and bill of materials (BOM).
Analyze production issues and create solutions.
Support, supervise, and assist Engineering Technicians with all aspects of building and testing prototypes.
Instruct other users on SolidWorks, PDMWorks, and ECN tools and best practices.
Education and/or Experience
4-year college degree in Mechanical, Industrial, Agriculture or Electrical Engineering.
Or other 2 or 4-year college degree with a minimum of 4 years related experience.
Other Skills and Abilities
Ability to identify the root cause of defective parts of product design solutions, including manufactured and purchased component sizing.
Knowledge in the programming, hydraulics, electronics, statistics, and strength of materials, durability, and serviceability of products.
Ability to create robust design, identify changes early in the design progress and to recognize design commonality.
Ability to provide informative and professional assistance when working with the public/customers and coworkers and maintain positive interpersonal relationships which encourage openness with customers and peers.
Ability to operate fork lift, simple mechanics tools and wrenches, assembly hand tools, drill press, lathe, band saw, and assembly power tools.
Ability to produce accurate, professional and error-free documents in a timely manner.
Demonstration of good oral and written communication skills.
Ability to effectively manage time and resources to meet the needs and schedules of internal customers and respond immediately to production questions and crisis with solutions.
Ability to maintain a high level of attention to detail.
Ability to understand material strengths, fatigue strength, and manufacturability to ensure that the right configuration and materials are developed.
Up to 15% domestic and/or international travel by car or plane may be required.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or veteran status.
Our reach is global, our impact is personal. By joining Vermeer, you won’t just be making the right step for your career. You’ll be making a real, personal impact on our people, our customers and our world.
Impact Our People: You’ll find teams of hardworking people who take pride in their work, pride in each other and pride in the principles that guide them. Our team members are diverse, talented and driven to continuously learn, improve and innovate, both for our company and for their careers.
Impact Our Customers: Whether our customers are operating small stump cutters in their backyard or giant surface mining equipment in Australia, they make progress happen. Our team members are constantly turning up new possibilities and collaboratively innovating to keep our customers and the people they serve on the leading-edge of progress around the world.
Impact Our World: At Vermeer, we believe in giving back and helping people and communities. We’ve held that belief from our founding in 1948. Our reach extends from offering impressive benefits that help our team members and their families live well, to supporting our local communities through volunteer and community investment programs. Our impact is also experienced by the way our customers use Vermeer products to make a difference. Vermeer equipment is used all around the world to keep people connected to life necessities, such as water and electricity, harvest the feed that nourishes a vibrant food supply and effectively manage precious natural resources that improve our quality of life.