Mechanical Designer TLC 1790

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Key Technical Solutions
Job Description:
Prepare layouts, assembly and detail drawings for new or improved products, special machinery designs and test equipment.
Prepare hydraulic and electrical diagrams, bills of material and product floor plans for technical bulletins and other uses.
Revise working drawings to include changes in design or specification requirements.
Maintain drawing and print files in an orderly manner.
Maintains part master data.
Prepare service, operation and maintenance manual, parts list, or other service literature for standard, special or custom built products.
Prepare rough layouts or sketches.
Obtain and compile information and technical data, write text material and prepare copy and illustrations for printing.
Photograph machines/systems and collaborate with artists and printers to obtain best and desired results for use in technical writings.
Process ECOs.
Performs other engineering duties as assigned by Engineering Manager.
To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
Associates degree in a technical discipline or equivalent plus a minimum of 2 years of related experience in mechanical design.
Well rounded, practical experience may be substituted for formal training.
Able to move (with limited direction from Design Engineer) from design concept to finish design, including layouts and tolerance valuations and detail drawings.
Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion with some instructions, adhere to prescribed routines and practices, and to maintain records.
Requires prior experience drawing and dimensioning mechanical parts on a CAD system.
Interpersonal skills and capability to work in team environment

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