Mechanical IOT Design Engineer

Website CornellPump Cornell Pump Company

IOT Mechanical Design Engineer

Salary $50,000-$80,000 DOE

These are the benefits offered:

  • Paid PTO and Holidays
  • 401K plan with matching contributions by the employer.
  • Fully vested immediately
  • There are two medical plans – a PPO and a HDHP with an HSA
  • Dental/Vision coverage
  • Two weeks paid Parental Leave
  • Company Paid Life Insurance & AD&D, Short Term
  • Disability and Long-Term Disability
  • Additional Voluntary Life Insurance & AD&D
  • Company paid Employee Assistant Program
  • Paid LinkedIn Learning account
  • Coffee and healthy snacks provided daily
  • Cornell Pump hosts food truck Friday lunches in the summer, a summer party for the family, a holiday party and Santa day for the kids


Under general supervision, with some latitude for un-reviewed action, plans and designs mechanical & electrical equipment, as approved for product development programs. Engages in hardware/software troubleshooting and end-user support of existing monitoring systems. May provide technical guidance and assistance to other Cornell Engineers, Technicians, Drafters and Sales personnel by performing duties outlined below.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Interface with sales representatives and end users to collect information about customer needs. This will require travel in some instances.
  • Develop project proposals including costs, economic project values and schedules.
  • Integrate sensors including pressure transducers, flow meters, vibration accelerometers, level sensors, etc. with IIOT devices.
  • Design, schedule, and perform all required product testing and evaluation of results.
  • Provide dealer, end user, and sales staff training in product application and maintenance. This will require travel in some instances.
  • Provide technical support to customers and other departments, including sales and manufacturing: field troubleshooting, product application, and value engineering and problem solving. This will require travel in some instances.
  • Investigate to determine causes of reported field problems with products, including warranty requests for failed products. This will require travel in some instances.
  • Develop interfaces with industrial motor and engine control systems.
  • Design, schedule, and perform all required product testing and evaluate results. Advanced knowledge of data trends and analysis highly preferred.
  • Integrate Modbus, CANbus, & Ethernet IP equipment with IIOT devices.
  • Manage new/existing customer IIOT device activations and setups.
  • Meet with suppliers to discuss project goals, deadlines, and technical challenges.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and/or in Electrical Engineering or related fields and 0-5 years industry experience.
Knowledge of pressure transducers, flow meters, vibration accelerometers, and other equipment and process sensors.
Knowledge of industrial communication protocols (e.g. Modbus, CANbus).
Familiarity with engine, motor, and/or generator controllers.


FE/EIT (Fundamentals of Engineering) preferred.

If you want to be part of an exciting, challenging, and successful team, have a great can-do attitude with an aptitude to learn and grow with the company, we want to hear from you!

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