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Server - Public School 214, Dallas

Knorr-Bremse North America

Server - Public School 214, Dallas

Westminster, MD
+1 location
Laurel, MD
Full Time
  • Responsibilities

    Knorr Brake Company is the innovative leader in the manufacture and supply of braking systems, passenger doors and climate-control equipment for all types of Mass Transit customers such as: METRO, Light Rail Vehicles, High-Speed Trains, Commuter Rail and Monorail Vehicles for the North America market. We’re part of the Knorr-Bremse Group, the global leader in braking technologies. As part of our team, you’ll collaborate with a world of talented and dedicated colleagues whose sense of purpose complements your own. You’ll find rewarding opportunities, diverse experiences, partnerships, and an unwavering commitment to ethics and integrity. Innovation is part of our DNA. Achievement drives our culture. Learn more today! KBC Careers

    The Mechanical Engineer is primarily responsible for the execution of the design and development of pneumatic and/or hydraulic brake components/assemblies, including brake control units, hydraulic units, Air Supply Units, brake discs, calipers, tread brakes, track brakes and controls for passenger rail transit vehicles.

    The primary objectives of this position are to develop the braking components on-time, per the customer specification, and to release high quality, accurate technical documentation.

    The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for aspects of their assigned products, including design, generation of test procedures, troubleshooting test failures, and manufacturing, quality, and purchasing support.

    Other responsibilities as defined by the Manager of Mechanical Engineering

    Major responsibilities include:

    • Generate component and assembly designs based on customer and internal specifications
    • Create bill of materials and keep updated
    • Generate and validate Acceptance Test Procedures
    • Development of purchase specifications/requirements
    • Provide manufacturing, purchasing, and quality support
    • Generate change documentation to update engineering documents
    • Review customer specifications
    • Monitor/assure component designs are specification compliant
    • Monitor and provide input to project schedules
    • Support review of manuals for the Technical Publications Department


    College degree required - Bachelor’s in Engineering


    5+ years’ experience with Engineering Principles:

    Broad experience and good theoretical knowledge of engineering principles:

    • Physics
    • Fluid dynamics,
    • Strength of materials,
    • Proficient in machine design,
    • Manufacturing practices,
    • Value engineering,
    • Reliability, maintainability, safety and human factors
    • Electrical/electronics

    Business Experience: Must have good business sense

    • Estimate costs
    • Make good business decisions
    • Risk assessments

    Industry Experience:

    • Knowledge and practical understanding of brake or similar equipment and principles
    • Hands on experience with mechanical systems
    • Hands-on experience with electro-mechanical systems
    • Demonstrated leadership in project environment

    Process Orientation:

    • Must understand and practice good organization and configuration management skills
    • BOM structuring
    • Configuration/Change Control

    Must be able to travel on short notice

    Required Skills Required Experience




    • Competitive Health Benefits
    • Company Paid Life and Disability Benefits
    • Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
    • 401 (k) Plan
    • Educational Assistance
    • Free Passes to Local Attractions
    • Free Gym memberships
    • Additional Discount Offerings
    • Volunteer Paid Time Off
    • Paid Vacation
    • Paid Sick Leave
    • Company Paid Holidays
    • Monthly Employee Welfare Events and Volunteer Opportunities

    We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color or any other protected class.

  • Qualifications
    • Carry cocktail trays or large oval trays * Knowledge all menu and beverage items * Personable and friendly * Organized and efficient * Team oriented * POS use skills * Must be committed to our mission and culture
  • Locations
    Westminster, MD • Laurel, MD