Engineer – Design – KGV


  • Pune, Maharashtra
Engineer – Design – KGV
Job Posted : Mar 4th, 2022

Job Description

Key Responsibilities:-

  • Work within engineering team to aid in concept designs & develop final design for NPD & VA/VE programs.
  • Undertake calculations and preparation of design records to verify mechanical design of valves and accessories.
  • Preparation of design documentation for Design Reviews.
  • Work closely with manufacturing teams and suppliers to conduct Design for Manufacturing (DFM) considerations.
  • Preparation of submissions for Product Certifications applicable to valve industry.
  • Create / Review 3D part & assembly models, 2D manufacturing drawings, engineering BoMs.
  • Support sales & marketing literature, technical documentation incl. IOMs , TDS and Technical Bulletin.

Qualification And Experience:-

  • Bachelor’s Mechanical Engineering Degree or related Engineering
  • Design for Six sigma will be an added advantage.

Technical Skills / Knowledge Required:-

  • Sound mechanical engineering skills
  • Proficient in engineering CAD, PLM tools preferably Solid works, Inventor, Autodesk Vault, Solid works PDM Pro etc.
  • Strong mechanical engineering design fundamentals (static mechanics), Experience in valve domain will addon Benefits
  • Proven experience on new product designs, development and engineering calculations
  • Good understanding of manufacturing processes, materials used in General mechanical industry
  • Thoroughness in documentation, attention to detail
  • Fluent in English (both written and verbal) and effectively communicate with Local, Global & cross-functional teams.


  • Pune, Maharashtra.

Company Overview:-

Emerson, a Fortune 500 company with $18.4 billion in sales, more than 20 Innovation, Solutions & Engineering Centres, and 200 manufacturing locations worldwide, is committed to helping employees grow and thrive throughout their careers. We are innovators, question-askers and problem-solvers. We don’t settle for good enough or “This is the way it’s always been done.” Instead, we push ourselves and strive for the “never been done before.”