Position: Mechanical Engineer
Mon - Friday 8am -5pm (can be flexible)
Potential for a small amount of OT as needed
Summary: The main function of a mechanical engineer is to research and investigate the design, functionality and maintenance of mechanical products, equipment, systems and processes. A typical mechanical engineer has the ability to make engineering drawings, and read and interpret blueprints.
Research, design, develop, manufacture, and test tools, engines, machines and other mechanical devices.
Research and analyze customer design proposals, specifications, manuals to determine time and cost feasibility to complete projects.
Assist drafters in developing the structural design of products using tools, equipment or software.
This role is being added due to additional testing volume. This person will assist with helping develop and execute preventative maintenance plan on testing equipment (HVAC, dynomometers, emissions analyzers, etc.). Can come with different challenges - using general engineering fundamentals to solve problems to keep the uptime as high as possible. This position will have on the job training. Previous automotive experience is not required. This role is interesting in the fact they will be involved in a large variety of engineering topics. Office area immediately adjacent to the test lab. Size of team is approximately 10.
Creativity, verbal and written communication skills, analytical and problem solving ability.
Team player and detail oriented.
Ability to make sketches, engineering drawings and common computations.
Ability to read and interpret blueprints, technical drawing, schematics and computer-generated reports.
Previous experience with computer applications and software related to engineering field, such as Computer Aided Design (CAD).
Bachelor's degree in engineering required.
0-2 years experience required.
This Manager is open to entry level mechanical engineers fresh out of college. Automotive industry experience is nice to have but not required for the role. Seasoned mechanical engineers will likely be bored in this role.
Nice to Have:
1. CAD Experience
2. Microsoft Suite (Excel, Visual Basic)
Additional Skills: Familiarity with light duty automotive emissions testing is preferred but not required.
Computer Aided Design
Attention To Detail