The engineer is responsible for participating in the design and development of high-end shock absorber supply for motorsport, military, aerospace, and passenger industry. Engineer will utilize knowledge of engineering principles, material sciences, fluid dynamics, and analysis to develop practical solutions for both custom and standard product applications which meet durability, performance, and cost targets.
Manage the design and development of new products from concept to launch
Assist in the research and development of products and technologies
Interface directly with customers and suppliers
Create detailed production drawings for use by internal and external manufacturing resources
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field of study
Proficient in CAD software such as PTC Creo, Siemens NX, CATIA, or equivalent
Four years or more of experience in an engineering or production environment
Excellent communication skills
Organizational, planning, and time management skills
Self-motivated, proactive attitude
Ability to take ownership and seek out answers
Position Location: 150 Franklin St, Reading PA 19602
About Penske Racing Shocks
Penske Racing Shocks (PRS) was formed in 1988 when the need for a higher performing shock absorber was identified by the Penske Racing Indy Car team. Based on the success of Penske Racing, others noticed the competitive edge and PRS eventually began to supply additional Indy Car teams, as well as move into the F1 market. Over 30 years later, PRS has grown to more than 40 employees and has expanded its product markets to include all forms of oval, road/street course and drag racing, as well as offering custom products for motorsport, military, aerospace, and passenger applications. Visit www.penskeshocks.com to learn more. Penske Racing Shocks is an Equal Opportunity Employer.