Mechanical Designer

Apex Life Sciences    Suwanee, GA
Job Description
$40 an hour

Job Overview:

The Mechanical Designer must have strong Pro E/Creo design experience involving sheet metal, piping, wiring/cabling using a top down assembly design method. The CAD Designer is a key cross functional project team member that will provide engineering support to all aspects of design to ensure achievement of project objectives. Designs and develops complex 3D models, large assembly, fabrication drawings utilizing PTC Pro-Engineer/Creo 2.0 from concept development through final release. This individual will interface directly with R&D, Manufacturing and external vendors to resolve design and fabrication issues. Analyzes, researches, and designs components or a system of components to develop new products with ease of manufacturing and high quality in mind.

Essential Functions:

  • Creates designs for basic to moderately complex projects by analyzing product specifications, performance requirements, and existing manufacturing capabilities and applying engineering principals and established design tools.
  • Design parts/assembly/fixture from scratch or sketches and with minimal instructions/directions.
  • Familiarity with component manufacturing techniques including sheet metal bending, metal stamping, fabrication, and injection molding preferred
  • Investigates pertinent design factors such as manufacturing capability, suitable materials, and interchangeability of components, cost, strength-weight efficiency, and Intellectual property.
  • Lead/participate in design reviews and technical meetings with support from appropriate functional areas
  • Develop conceptual layouts to capture product specification and function of assembly/component interface, size, location, and placement
  • Prepares and reviews drawings for tooling and production release while ensuring accuracy, completeness, and conformity to standards, procedures, and specifications. Identifies design errors, omissions, and other deficiencies, and recommends revisions and improvements
  • Proficient in Top Down Design (TDD) methodologies and applications of model-centric designs
  • Ability to establish working relationships within cross-functional teams
  • Ability to effectively control and manage files and data related to CAD.
  • Consistently applies established engineering practices, standards, tools and documentation methods.
  • Provide sustaining engineering support to existing products including VAVE, quality, and product imp
  • Requirements

  • Minimum of 3 years of product design experience in a team based environment.
  • Prefer engineering (Mechanical/Electrical) degree and HVAC or related industry experience.
  • Must have in-depth experience with ProE/Creo 3D CAD for design/manufacturing
  • Experience in Creo modules for (Piping/Cabling/Surfacing/Sheet metal/Assembly modeling)
  • Excellent computer skills with Microsoft Office
  • Demonstrated organizational and time management skills. Self-directed regarding project goals.
  • Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $40.00 /hour


    Fri, 15 Mar 2019 19:21:49 GMT

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