Mechanical Engineer - SolidWorks Simulation

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Mechanical Engineer

Responsible for designing, documenting, and providing support to manufacturing forall standard configured catalog products, options, and customer specific orders.
Responsible for product cost assuring that design intent and customer specifications are transferred into a quality, manufactured product that meets corporate objectives and the customer's requirements.

Manage projects with ability to delegate tasks, determine project flow, define critical paths, and resolve issues that may affect project deadlines.
Create product specifications and release all standard configured and engineered order documentation to manufacturing using the latest industry standards.
Authorize changes to mechanical drawings and implement changes using the business system design tools.
Review engineering associates work for accuracy prior to releasing documentation.
Provide technical expertise for the product and specific applications. Instruct and train engineering associates and associates from different departments as required.
Participate in new product design beginning with the design concept and final product specification. Make decisions that can affect product integrity and understand the cost of quality concept.
Evaluate component deviation request for fit form, and functional characteristics.
Review UL site inspection reports and resolve non-conformance issues by implementing corrective action.

Experience with SolidWorks and/or ProE designing sheet metal enclosures and components for UL Type 1, 12 and 3R enclosures.
Experience with SAP or equivalent ESA (Enterprise Services Architecture)
Experience with Microsoft Office products including Excel, Word and Outlook.
Thermal management analysis, FEA analysis and vibration studies and seismic calculations as they apply to enclosure designs is desired.
Project management skills.
Excellent working knowledge of electrical and mechanical industry codes and how they relate to drive and motion technology.
Acts as the in-house expert regarding UL certification.

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