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Cost Development Engineer - Job Description
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Job Title: Cost Development Engineer
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This job description (JD) includes the core job tasks / duties required from - cost development engineer - employee:

1) Plans and coordinates engineering activities to develop and apply standardized design criteria and production requirements for parts & equipment used in aircraft aerospace vehicles.

2) Establishes and maintains liaison between engineering & other departments to formulate and apply design criteria production requirements for proposed products.

3) Analyzes product design data to determine conformance to established design selection criteria, use of standardized parts equipment and design-to-cost ratio.

4) Approves initial design or recommends modifications based on producibility, cost, and component technology factors.

5) Coordinates testing of new parts and equipment, evaluates test results, and approves or rejects usage of parts equipment based on test results.

6) Evaluates approves selection of vendors.

7) Initiates and provides technical direction for research and development programs to enhance production methods, improve parts equipment technology, and reduce costs.

8) Develops methods programs to predict, track, and report production costs during design development..


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