Product Application Engineer

Company Name:
Product Application Engineer - Telematics
Location: Minneapolis, MN or Ames, IA
The Telematics Product Application Engineer provides essential technical knowledge, technical support and training to internal customers. The Telematics Product Application Engineer has responsibility for both the hardware and web based tools and services associated with the Telematics product line. This position develops technical literature content and collects market inputs for Product Marketing Management.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Gather customer and general market requirements for new products.
Identify key aspects of new products for training and documentation.
Provides product training and support with sales force and at customer sites.
Be an advocate of existing and new software technology and products.
Assist in market validation of new software products.
Develops launch materials for new product releases such as: sales tools, information bulletins, technical literature, presentations.
Qualifiaction Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science from an accredited college or university or sufficient experience in software development
1+ years' experience in BU's industry with detailed knowledge of software, electric or electronic component systems and applications
Ability to work in global team environments
Gathering customer requirements
Designing software applications
Creating user documentation
Verifying correct functionality and validating that customer needs are met.
Preferred to have industry experience with detailed knowledge of electric, electronic or hydraulic component systems and applications.
Energetic, willing to find compromises between multiple and sometimes conflicting interests
Ability to communicate and network to engage customers.
Danfoss is an EO employer and VEVRAA Federal Contractor. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or other protected category.

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