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Ford Ranger returns to the USA with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine

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Fitted with the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine taken from the Focus RS, the 2019 Ford Ranger marks the OEM’s return to America’s mid-size truck segment. Paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission, Ford promises torque comparable to a V6 and the efficiency of a four-cylinder.


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Sensor Project Engineer

Indiana, USA

 Responsibilities of the Sensor Project Engineer


• Engineer and develop sensors used on heavy duty equipment.
• Work with designer/manufacturer to improve sensors.
• Participate in the field testing of new sensor technology by coordinating parts being placed on vehicles.
• Track these components for failures, usage, and any other pertinent information.
• Troubleshoot failures back to root cause.
• Coordinate all activities for technical customers, suppliers, and technicians to speed research of new sensor technologies.
• Create when necessary, application and design guidelines.
• Prepare and deliver technical status presentations utilizing Microsoft PowerPoint software.
• Conduct cross-functional design reviews and document them.
• Pursue patent opportunities that offer comparative advantages.
• Lead efforts to perform research of sensor technologies utilizing the internet, universities, and researchers.


Requirements of the Sensor Project Engineer


• Minimum 2 years of relevant experience
• Project management skills
• Basic Electronic Controls Understanding and Capability
• Problem solving skills
• Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Minitab
• Knowledge of Six Sigma Tools
• Basic assessment capability of one technology versus another
• Mechanical aptitude


Education Requirements of the Sensor Project Engineer

• Bachelor’s degree preferably in Engineering


Must be U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder

Email resumes@billaustin.com for further details.

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