Position Description The product engineer is responsible for working on the planning, designing, developing and costing a new product similar to an existing product or any changes to be made to an existing product.
Ability to translate customer requirements into engineering principles, make sure that requirements are reasonable, and then look for components and subsystems that would implement the concept.
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