Applications Engineer (Bilingual)

Job Locations US-PA-Lancaster


Job Responsibilities Include:

  • Gather the required information for each project by interfacing with the Regional Sales Manager and/or customer
  • Review of customer requirements and determination of recommended technical solution
  • Generate pricing for each piece of equipment utilizing internal pricing tools as well as soliciting bids from outside partners and vendors when required
  • Work with global technical resources (in a lead or support role) to develop system solution as required
  • Generate a proposal to present to the customer
  • Revise the drawing, pricing, and/or proposal as needed
  • Work with engineering and manufacturing to establish a delivery schedule
  • Order review and preparation of sold projects for handoff to the Project Management team
  • Occasionally travel to customer locations, typically with the Regional Sales Managers, to get a first-hand perspective of the customer’s facility when laying out a potential system or to help answer questions about current or future equipment
  • Proficiently utilize several different software programs, to include: AutoCAD LT to create conceptual layout drawings / Salesforce and BigMachines to generate pricing and proposals / SAP to enter order information and research historical data / Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint for general daily activities.

Required Education and Experience:

  • Bi-lingual (English/Spanish)
  • 2-year Associates of Applied Science degree in an engineering-related field, or
  • 4-year Bachelor degree in engineering, engineering-related, or technical field, or
  • Can demonstrate equivalent knowledge in this type of field from prolonged experience and/or study
  • Basic level of skill using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Basic level of skill in AutoCAD desired, with the experience and ability to produce 2-dimensional drawings


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