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Average Salary for Product Development Engineer in United States

The average salary of a(n) Product Development Engineer in United States is $98,451.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Product Development Engineer in United States is $47.33.

The average bonus of a(n) Product Development Engineer in United States is $3,554.00.

Job Description:

Designs, develops, tests, and evaluates new products, applying knowledge of engineering. Determines nature of technical problems and possible solutions, such as product redesign, substitution of material or parts, or rearrangement of parts or subassemblies. Reviews and evaluates designs for improving performance or other factors, or to obtain data for development. Positions covered by this definition are characterized by the inclusion of work that requires an understanding of both theories and principles. Excludes paraprofessional positions. Develops and tests new products, applying knowledge of engineering. Drafts detail drawing or sketch for drafting room completion. Develops test specifications, procedures and objectives. Sets up and conducts tests of complete units and components under operational conditions to investigate design proposals for improving performance or other factors, or to obtain data for development, standardization, and quality control. Assists in the formulation of overall objectives, policies, plans, and programs, and provides technical and specialized functional services and recommendations for carrying them out. Determines nature of technical problems and possible solutions, such as product redesign, substitution of material or parts, or rearrangement of parts or subassemblies. Analyzes indicated and calculated test results in relation to design or rated specifications and test objectives, and modifies or adjusts equipment to meet specifications. Initiates cost reduction proposals and investigates proposals from other sources, compiles appropriate information, makes recommendations for action, and checks on results obtained. Provide planning, direction, and coordination for all technical activities while achieving optimum use of workers, machines, materials, and facilities. Less

Designs, develops, tests, and evaluates new products, applying knowledge of engineering. Determines nature of technical problems and possible solutions, such as product redesign, substitution of material or parts, or rearrangement of parts or subassemblies. Reviews and evaluates designs for improving... More

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