Industry: Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services
1 Contract Positions Availiable
Potentially starting in Decatur, moving to Tuscon. This position is for an experienced agency design engineer for the Large Structures (LaS) team of the Machine Design Center (MDC). This person will be responsible for problem solving, correcting shop issues, basic analysis (hand calculation & Creo), design, coordinating detailing, and implementing their design solutions into a production environment. This position will require a high level of collaboration with our process partners and suppliers to ensure that the functional requirements, quality, and manufacturability targets are met and that each design is cost affective.
This position will also work with other system teams to ensure their component mounting needs are satisfied without compromising the integrity or durability of the main frame. The type of component designs in scope includes large and small fabricated steel structures, castings, forgings, and steering systems. The applicable engineering disciplines include machine design, strength of materials, structural fatigue, noise/vibration/harshness (NVH), pin joints, and bolted joint design.
A typical day would involve computer / desk work, interacting with various teams and individuals, communicating and/or presenting information, spending time in the shop and/or proving grounds, and occasionally visiting suppliers and/or customers.
|Company Experience||Not Required|
|Industry Experience||Minimum: 5 years|
|Academic Degree||Minimum: Bachelors, Engineering|
|Skills||See Qualifications listed above|
|Software Proficiency||Pro E/Creo|
Please send resumes to Tiara at firstname.lastname@example.org
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