Hydrogen Fuel Systems Product Engineer

Date: Nov 14, 2021

Location: Canton, GA, United States, 30107

Company: Chart Industries

Ensuring Chart’s Success…


Chart’s activities in the liquid hydrogen market are vital in growing Chart’s product portfolio. Chart’s Ball Ground, GA location is currently seeking candidates interested in the position of Hydrogen Fuel Systems Product Engineer. Candidates must be organized and be able to manage design documentation for a developing product line.

What Your Day-to-Day Activities Will Be…


  • Responsible for product design, documentation, and support for Hydrogen vehicle fuel systems.
  • Create, manage, and update bills of material and design drawings.
  • Follow a 5-phase release process for new product introduction (ie: APQP).
  • Provide technical information and specifications for components, assemblies, and final products.
  • Participate with code approval processes.
  • Communicate with customers to create requested documentation such as FMEAs.
  • Observe and practice safety procedures and policies, participate in safety program and department meetings.
  • Work with interdepartmental teams to ensure continuous compliance to ISO 9001, IATF 16949 and regulatory standards.
  • Perform other job-related duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisors.

Your Professional Experience Should Be…


  • Minimum Qualification
  • 5+ years’ work experience in a related production environment (preferably in the automotive industry)
  • Proficient with CAD software (preferably in SolidWorks).
  • Experience with ERP systems.
  • Knowledge of APQP, PPAP, FMEA, Control Plans, etc. a plus.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Must be proficient with the Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Your Education Should Be…


Bachelor’s Degree in an Engineering-related discipline (Mechanical Engineering preferred)

Your Physical Work Environment Will Require…


  • Production factory support and office environment.
  • Possible exposure to chemical odors and temperature extremes.
  • Exposure to systems of pressurized gases and cryogenic fluids.
  • Occasional standing, sitting, walking, bending, stooping, twisting, and occasional crawling.
  • Occasional lifting and carrying up to 25lbs.

Chart is an equal opportunity employer