Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Job Posting - Transducer Project Engineer

Interface, Inc. (USA) - Interface is the world leader in force and torque transducers for the aerospace, oil, testing, auto, medical, and other industries. We have a world class Engineering Department that has an immediate need for a talented engineer to join our team designing strain gage based transducers and systems for precision physical measurements.


  • Strong interest in and knowledge of engineering mechanics, especially statics and strength of materials.
  • Proficient in 3D CAD modeling of machined parts.
  • Working knowledge of GD&T.
  • Experience in experimental stress analysis.
  • Familiarity with a Finite Element Analysis software package.
  • Hands-on. Comfortable in the laboratory and on the production floor as well as at the design desk.
  • Experience in mechanical and electrical design aspects of force, torque, pressure, or displacement transducers.
  • Knowledge of strain gage materials, properties, and specifications.
  • Knowledge of engineering materials and their properties.
  • Familiarity with joining technologies including bonding and welding.
  • Working knowledge of Wheatstone bridge circuits, preferably including property selection and temperature compensation techniques.
  • Interest in metrology as it relates to calibration of electro-mechanical devices. Must have an appreciation for the science of precision physical measurements.
  • Familiarity with CNC machining processes.
  • Knowledge of basic instrumentation practices related to signal conditioning of low level mV signals, analog amplifiers, and digital conversion.
  • Project management experience. Skill in organization and planning development projects.
  • Communicate effectively with production personnel, sales personnel, customers.
Education: BSME minimum

This position is full-time, exempt and is eligible for benefits including medical, dental and 401(k). We are a drug and alcohol free work place, pre-employment screening is required.



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