Mechatronics Engineers

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION

Research, design, develop, or test automation, intelligent systems, smart devices, or industrial systems control.

SKILLS & REQUIRED SKILL LEVELS
Core Skill Levels Required:
  • Critical Thinking: 4.12
  • Complex Problem Solving: 4.12
  • Reading Comprehension: 4
  • Judgment and Decision Making: 4
  • Mathematics: 3.88
  • Active Learning: 3.88
  • Systems Analysis: 3.88
  • Technology Design: 3.88
  • Writing: 3.75
  • Speaking: 3.75
  • Time Management: 3.75
  • Systems Evaluation: 3.75
  • Monitoring: 3.75
  • Active Listening: 3.75
  • Quality Control Analysis: 3.5
  • Operation Monitoring: 3.5
  • Operations Analysis: 3.38
  • Learning Strategies: 3.38
  • Management of Personnel Resources: 3.25
  • Coordination: 3.25
Supplemental Skill Levels Required:
  • Social Perceptiveness: 3.12
  • Instructing: 3
  • Operation and Control: 3
  • Persuasion: 3
  • Science: 2.88
  • Service Orientation: 2.88
  • Negotiation: 2.88
  • Troubleshooting: 2.38
  • Management of Material Resources: 2.25
  • Management of Financial Resources: 2.12
  • Programming: 2
  • Equipment Selection: 2
  • Installation: 1
CORE TASKS
  • Publish engineering reports documenting design details or qualification test results.
  • Provide consultation or training on topics such as mechatronics or automated control.
  • Oversee the work of contractors in accordance with project requirements.
  • Create mechanical design documents for parts, assemblies, or finished products.
  • Maintain technical project files.
  • Analyze existing development or manufacturing procedures and suggest improvements.
  • Implement or test design solutions.
  • Research, select, or apply sensors, communication technologies, or control devices for motion control, position sensing, pressure sensing, or electronic communication.
  • Identify and select materials appropriate for mechatronic system designs.
  • Design engineering systems for the automation of industrial tasks.
  • Create mechanical models and tolerance analyses to simulate mechatronic design concepts.
  • Conduct studies to determine the feasibility, costs, or performance benefits of new mechatronic equipment.
  • Upgrade the design of existing devices by adding mechatronic elements.
  • Design advanced precision equipment for accurate or controlled applications.
  • Apply mechatronic or automated solutions to the transfer of materials, components, or finished goods.

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