Lead Mechanical Engineer - New Product Development
Are you a Mechanical Engineer looking for an interesting and inspiring opportunity?
Would you like to enthusiastically participate to the design and development of new rotating equipment for Energy Transition applications?
Become an integral part of our team!
Our Industrial & Energy Technology Business Segment provides industry-leading products and services that optimize the production and processing of energy. We help a diverse range of customers across the value chain to reduce operating costs and improve productivity. Working on large scale projects with cutting-edge technology, we constantly improve and innovate.
Join our New Product Development team
You will participate to the whole process of product definition, from conceptual design to development and testing phase of new rotating equipment for energy transition and consolidated portfolio applications (Reciprocating Compressor, Centrifugal and axial compressor, turboexpanders, innovative rotating equipment, covering the machine and plant integration). The main development areas will be related to Hydrogen Compression, Energy Storage, Waste Heat Recovery Systems (sCO2 cycles), CCUS (Carbon Capture Use and Storage).
As a Lead Mechanical Engineer - New Product Development, you will be responsible for:
Leading the design and validation phase of new reciprocating compressor, executing the development of cross-functional projects.
Executing design, calculations, analysis, and evaluation in multidisciplinary areas of reciprocating compressor.
Developing ideas providing relevant effort in structuring conceptual roadmaps to target the goals.
Executing new design tools and methods, prototypes, verification and testing of reciprocating compressor' new concepts.
Generating detailed technical reports and documentation of the design and testing phases of the reciprocating compressor development.
Supporting and executing the consolidation and standardization of the Energy Transition and Compression Products.
Supporting market research to determine what types of products might be successful among consumers, collaborating across the business functions.
Fuel your passion
To be successful in this role you will:
Have a Master’s degree in Mechanical/Material/Energy Engineering. Having a PhD. is advantageous.
Have a solid background with experience in Mechanical or Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering.
Have knowledge of mechanical systems configuration and structural design.
Demonstrate good computer skills and be familiar with CAD modelling, FEA, programming.
Be able to understand thermodynamic principles applied to turbomachinery performances.
Be able to understand material mechanisms such as static, fatigue, fracture, and creep behavior.
Demonstrate ability to manage multiple tasks/projects simultaneously.
Have an open approach to problem solving, expanding the current theory, methods, and tools knowledge to fill the gaps.
Be able to communicate effectively in written and verbal English.
Work in a way that works for you
We recognize that everyone is different and that the way in which people want to work and deliver at their best is different for everyone too. In this role, we can offer the following flexible working patterns:
Occasional remote working as required.
Flexibility within the day or week to get the job done.
Working with us
Our people are at the heart of what we do at Baker Hughes. We know we are better when all of our people are developed, engaged and able to bring their whole authentic selves to work. We invest in the health and well-being of our workforce, train and reward talent and develop leaders at all levels to bring out the best in each other.
Working for you
Our inventions have revolutionized energy for over a century. But to keep going forward tomorrow, we know we have to push the boundaries today. We prioritize rewarding those who embrace change with a package that reflects how much we value their input. Join us, and you can expect:
Contemporary work-life balance policies and wellbeing activities
Comprehensive private medical care options
Safety net of life insurance and disability programs
Tailored financial programs
Additional elected or voluntary benefits