Mechanical Design Engineer
The position of Mechanical Design Engineer requires the mechanical and fluid power system design of the equipment that Arnold Machine designs and builds. The position involves working closely with the entire project team and the engineering manager. This position requires individual performance. The Mechanical Design Engineer may be responsible for all mechanical design, component specification, and complete drawing package development of the equipment throughout that process. Mechanical Design engineers report directly to the engineering manager, however much of the direction on projects will come from the Project Team Leader. It is the team leader’s responsibility to utilize the team in the most efficient and effective way to complete the requirements to the specifications in the required timeframe. Mechanical Design engineers will be asked to assist with the development and training of new team members and work study students.
- Mechanical and system design for a wide variety of custom automated assembly, test, and special process machinery from concept to final acceptance for a wide variety of clients and
- Assist sales in developing new equipment concepts &
- Conduct studies & perform troubleshooting to include preliminary engineering to establish alternatives and costs for both new installations and modifications.
- Detailing, creating bills of materials, and purchased component
- Interaction with management, sales, mechanical engineering, production, and
- Holding internal and customer design review
- Working closely with controls
- Provide manufacturing support, de-bug, and final qualification of the
- Create necessary final project
- At times, provide field support for new installations including startup and final
- Ability to work independently while effectively coordinating work with other team
- Coordinate/manage multiple engineering projects as a member of a cross functional
- Support marketing efforts in developing new
- Maintain strong relationships with existing clients and identify new