We are looking for a Mechanical Design Engineer to involve new product development as well as developing and maintaining accurate and functional engineering drawings and bills of materials for a wide variety of company products.
WHAT THE MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEER ON A DAY TO DAY BASIS:
- Drafts assembly and subassembly drawings and procedures, as well as detailed component drawings and bills of materials using Solidworks.
- Reviews drawings for accuracy to ensure proper form, fit, and function required to meet product requirements.
- Anticipates and designs or specifies tools, fixtures and equipment to be used for fabrication and assembly of mechanical components and complete assemblies.
- Works with RF engineers from the initial concept to completion of the antenna and other RF product prototypes.
- Design packaging and mechanical elements with an eye toward manufacturability, quality, and ruggedness.
- Assist in writing product datasheets, SOPs, work instructions, design guides, and other engineering documentation as required.
- Revising designs based on internal and external customer feedback to improve or repair current products.
- Assist engineering and project management with day to day project functions as needed, including researching product specifications, contacting vendors, and other support functions.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEER:
- 5-10 years Solidworks experience minimum. Experience with simulation and PDM a plus.
- Experience with sheet metal, vacuum forming, injection molding, adhesives, and epoxies, spring design, tooling, and/or CNC machining processes and practices a plus.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, able to write clear written reports/design analysis.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent required.
- 5 years of prior experience in a similar design/manufacturing environment.
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