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Heat Transfer Engineer - Microchannel Cooler

Company Name:
JAL Energy & Utilities
Seeking extensive knowledge of Semiconductor Heat Exchange systems for high powered laser diodes and similar products and a four year mechanical engineering degree.
Software Packages:
ANSYS Fluent, COMSOL Multiphysics, Cobalt, SolidWorks, ProE (PTC Creo Parametric), etc.
Experience:
5+ years experience in a similar environment with responsibility for evaluation of vendors or suppliers, component materials and design, and parts overview.
Education:
Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Accountabilities:
Integration of heat exchangers with semiconductor devices and laser diodes; ensure design meets technical specifications and requirements, evaluate materials selection and provide analysis based on potential for failure.
Vendor identification and selection based on capabilities, pricing, and production methods.
Serve as the face of the company to third-party suppliers during vendor evaluation.
Perform Finite Element Analysis and Computational Fluid Dynamics analysis for heat exchangers.
Salary to $80,000 to start with full medical, dental and vision benefits, matched 401(k), stock options, executive perquisites and opportunities to advance. Highly specialized role, excellent job satisfaction and enjoyable work environment in clean, state of the art facilities.
For complete details contact James A. Lockley, LT USN (Ret) at:
(609) 584-9000 ext 278
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Please reference #3624613 when responding.
Education Requirements: Bachelor Degree
Minimum Experience Requirements: 5-10 years
Job City Location: Plainsboro
Job State Location: NJ
Job Country Location: USA
Salary Range: $75,000 to $100,000
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