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Product Engineer Job Description

A Product Engineer is a professional who is responsible for designing commercial products and their production processes. This position works closely with product development teams to turn ideas into marketable items based on industry research.


Use this Product Engineer job description to advertise your vacancies and find qualified candidates. Feel free to modify responsibilities and requirements based on your needs.


Product Engineer responsibilities include:

  • Developing design ideas based on customer interests, budgets and market research
  • Meeting with the development team to discuss product ideas
  • Analyzing market and industry product trends

Job brief

We are looking for a Product Engineer to join our team and facilitate the design and manufacturing of our next line of exciting products.

Product Engineer responsibilities include designing and overseeing the manufacturing process of our goods to ensure they meet our company’s safety and quality standards. 

Ultimately, you will work closely with our design team to create commodities that meet our organization’s standards.


  • Create rough product designs using sketches and computer software
  • Conduct theoretical testing on design models
  • Create full product designs and specifications using computer software modeling techniques
  • Select product materials and design the product manufacturing process
  • Oversee assembly and ensure that products conform to market specifications and safety regulations

Requirements and skills

  • Proven work experience as a Product Engineer or similar role
  • Advanced analytical and design skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge of industry and market trends
  • A bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or similar field is preferred
  • Relevant training and/or certifications as a Product Engineer

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