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Title:  Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Pilot Trainee                    Location: Flexible.  Requires 50% travel at sea (typical period is 28 days)   Website: www.teamtrident.com                     LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/team-trident   Pay / Type: $52,500 for 180 offshore days of work first year / 1099 contractor.  Leads to increased pay and full benefits in year two once competence as a Pilot Technician achieved.   Description: Founded in 2006 in Houston, Texas, Team Trident is a company with a niche focus in the subsea construction market which supports both the oil & gas industry and offshore renewable market.  We have a team of technically skilled, highly competent offshore personnel that work for our clients in this environment.  In this position the suitable candidate would be tasked and evaluated on the following tasks. - Become familiar with safe work practices on offshore construction vessels as part of the ROV team.   - Take initiative and be quick to assist as a part of a three-person team for a 12-hour shift each 24-hour period.   - Learn ROV system by reviewing technical manuals, asking questions, and applying what you learn when called to do so.   - Learn subsea construction environment, terminology, and operations by actively participating as a member of your team.   - Complete Trainee competency scheme and have your supervisor sign off on every task to ensure you are ready to promote to the next level.     Ideal Candidate will possess the following qualities. - Minimum of 5 years Electro-Mechanical-Hydraulic training and work experience. - Honorable service in the U.S. armed forces in a technical role. Experience at sea is a plus but not required. - Exceptional communication skills (oral & written). Engaging, proactive, positive, and friendly disposition with all stakeholders. - High level of personal accountability and a strong desire to deliver on requirements. - Can get along and contribute to a high-performing team with a great reputation.   Resumes/inquiries to Johnna Sayer, Johnna.Sayer@teamtrident.com or (281) 600-1412.
ID
2021-1760
Job Locations
US-CA-San Diego
Type
Contract
Title:  Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Pilot Trainee                    Location: Flexible.  Requires 50% travel at sea (typical period is 28 days)   Website: www.teamtrident.com                     LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/team-trident   Pay / Type: $52,500 for 180 offshore days of work first year / 1099 contractor.  Leads to increased pay and full benefits in year two once competence as a Pilot Technician achieved.   Description: Founded in 2006 in Houston, Texas, Team Trident is a company with a niche focus in the subsea construction market which supports both the oil & gas industry and offshore renewable market.  We have a team of technically skilled, highly competent offshore personnel that work for our clients in this environment.  In this position the suitable candidate would be tasked and evaluated on the following tasks. - Become familiar with safe work practices on offshore construction vessels as part of the ROV team.   - Take initiative and be quick to assist as a part of a three-person team for a 12-hour shift each 24-hour period.   - Learn ROV system by reviewing technical manuals, asking questions, and applying what you learn when called to do so.   - Learn subsea construction environment, terminology, and operations by actively participating as a member of your team.   - Complete Trainee competency scheme and have your supervisor sign off on every task to ensure you are ready to promote to the next level.     Ideal Candidate will possess the following qualities. - Minimum of 5 years Electro-Mechanical-Hydraulic training and work experience. - Honorable service in the U.S. armed forces in a technical role. Experience at sea is a plus but not required. - Exceptional communication skills (oral & written). Engaging, proactive, positive, and friendly disposition with all stakeholders. - High level of personal accountability and a strong desire to deliver on requirements. - Can get along and contribute to a high-performing team with a great reputation.   Resumes/inquiries to Johnna Sayer, Johnna.Sayer@teamtrident.com or (281) 600-1412.
ID
2021-1759
Job Locations
US-VA-Norfolk
Type
Contract
IMMEDIATE NEED!!!!   Nationwide manufacturer seeks a detail oriented individual to fill a Quality Control Technician role that will expand to Safety Specialist. The right person will have less than 8 years experience in QC or Safety. Advertised compensation is commensurate with the expected experience for this position. This is a full-time position and the company is looking to hire immediately. If you are interested in this position, please apply for immediate consideration. Please be prepared for a quick response and interview schedule. 
ID
2021-1758
Job Locations
US-GA-Norcross
Type
Regular Full-Time
Concrete Manufacturer is currently seeking a military veteran that has recently transitioned from the military to work as a Quality Control Technician.   This position is responsible for ensuring that concrete is in compliance with all required quality standards and specifications. Employee will perform tests to ensure the quality of the product at the point of production, shipping, and arrival upon the jobsite.    Position pays between $40,000 - $50,000 depending on experience. Apply for immediate consideration.
ID
2021-1757
Job Locations
US-GA-Peachtree Corners
Type
Regular Full-Time
Concrete Manufacturer is currently seeking a military veteran that has recently transitioned from the military to work as a Quality Control Technician.   This position is responsible for ensuring that concrete is in compliance with all required quality standards and specifications. Employee will perform tests to ensure the quality of the product at the point of production, shipping, and arrival upon the jobsite.    Position pays between $40,000 - $50,000 depending on experience. Apply for immediate consideration.
ID
2021-1756
Job Locations
US-SC-Spartanburg
Type
Regular Full-Time
The Food Processing and Packaging Industries consist of over 21,000 companies and more than $1 Trillion in revenue.   Are you interested in working for a leading company in the manufacturing of food processing and packaging equipment? Are you a skilled electro-mechanical troubleshooter? If so, the following Maintenance  Technician opportunity is definitely for you!     
ID
2021-1754
Job Locations
US-SC-Spartanburg
Type
Regular Full-Time
Local manufacturer is seeking dependable and experienced CDL Class-A drivers for local day shift routes. Work day will be approximately 630AM to 730PM M-F with very rare weekend work. Reply to this advertisement for immediate review and consideration. 
ID
2021-1753
Job Locations
US-SC-Spartanburg
Type
Regular Full-Time
Concrete Manufacturer is currently seeking a military veteran that has recently transitioned from the military to work as a Quality Control Technician.   This position is responsible for ensuring that concrete is in compliance with all required quality standards and specifications. Employee will perform tests to ensure the quality of the product at the point of production, shipping, and arrival upon the jobsite.    Position pays between $40,000 - $50,000 depending on experience. Apply for immediate consideration.
ID
2021-1752
Job Locations
US-GA-Norcross
Type
Regular Full-Time
IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment.   Project Engineer   Position Summary Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Project Engineer is responsible for the technical aspects of projects to supply large capital food processing equipment to customers. The project engineer acts as the customer's primary technical interface in conjunction with sales, project management, and the service group to ensure equipment meets expectations. The project engineer leads teams of one to five skilled design engineers and provides guidance on component specifications, equipment sizing, detailed design specifications, etc.   Job Responsibilities Include - Design of industrial food processing and packaging equipment models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. - Drafting of equipment layout/installation drawings, piping and instrumentation drawings, and process flow diagrams in AutoCAD 2D. - Review of customer specifications, commercial documents, and internal standards documentation to determine scope of project supply. - Organize and participate in peer review meetings to generate and review Risk Assessments. - Sizing of mechanical and powertrain components (shafts, bearings, sprockets, gearboxes). - Sizing of heat transfer and fluid flow components (valves, pumps, burners, Heat Exchangers). - Specification of purchased components (sensors and switches). - Monitor design and customer drawing release schedules to ensure project is not delayed. - Support equipment fabrication progress through our factory; we have a full machine shop, sheet metal shop with laser and waterjet, and welding assembly shop. - Work with our field service group to support equipment installation, start-up, and commissioning. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction and during commissioning offsite. Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. - Occasional overtime work may be required. Required Education and Experience - BSME or B.S. in Food Engineering. - 6+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Experience with FEA and CFD modeling a plus. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience in food processing equipment is a plus, but analytical ability is most important. - Proficient in Microsoft Office. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.  
ID
2021-1751
Job Locations
US-TX-Houston
Type
Regular Full-Time
IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment.   Project Engineer   Position Summary Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Project Engineer is responsible for the technical aspects of projects to supply large capital food processing equipment to customers. The project engineer acts as the customer's primary technical interface in conjunction with sales, project management, and the service group to ensure equipment meets expectations. The project engineer leads teams of one to five skilled design engineers and provides guidance on component specifications, equipment sizing, detailed design specifications, etc.   Job Responsibilities Include - Design of industrial food processing and packaging equipment models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. - Drafting of equipment layout/installation drawings, piping and instrumentation drawings, and process flow diagrams in AutoCAD 2D. - Review of customer specifications, commercial documents, and internal standards documentation to determine scope of project supply. - Organize and participate in peer review meetings to generate and review Risk Assessments. - Sizing of mechanical and powertrain components (shafts, bearings, sprockets, gearboxes). - Sizing of heat transfer and fluid flow components (valves, pumps, burners, Heat Exchangers). - Specification of purchased components (sensors and switches). - Monitor design and customer drawing release schedules to ensure project is not delayed. - Support equipment fabrication progress through our factory; we have a full machine shop, sheet metal shop with laser and waterjet, and welding assembly shop. - Work with our field service group to support equipment installation, start-up, and commissioning. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction and during commissioning offsite. Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. - Occasional overtime work may be required. Required Education and Experience - BSME or B.S. in Food Engineering. - 6+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Experience with FEA and CFD modeling a plus. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience in food processing equipment is a plus, but analytical ability is most important. - Proficient in Microsoft Office. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.  
ID
2021-1750
Job Locations
US-MO-St. Louis
Type
Regular Full-Time
IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment.   Project Engineer   Position Summary Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Project Engineer is responsible for the technical aspects of projects to supply large capital food processing equipment to customers. The project engineer acts as the customer's primary technical interface in conjunction with sales, project management, and the service group to ensure equipment meets expectations. The project engineer leads teams of one to five skilled design engineers and provides guidance on component specifications, equipment sizing, detailed design specifications, etc.   Job Responsibilities Include - Design of industrial food processing and packaging equipment models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. - Drafting of equipment layout/installation drawings, piping and instrumentation drawings, and process flow diagrams in AutoCAD 2D. - Review of customer specifications, commercial documents, and internal standards documentation to determine scope of project supply. - Organize and participate in peer review meetings to generate and review Risk Assessments. - Sizing of mechanical and powertrain components (shafts, bearings, sprockets, gearboxes). - Sizing of heat transfer and fluid flow components (valves, pumps, burners, Heat Exchangers). - Specification of purchased components (sensors and switches). - Monitor design and customer drawing release schedules to ensure project is not delayed. - Support equipment fabrication progress through our factory; we have a full machine shop, sheet metal shop with laser and waterjet, and welding assembly shop. - Work with our field service group to support equipment installation, start-up, and commissioning. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction and during commissioning offsite. Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. - Occasional overtime work may be required. Required Education and Experience - BSME or B.S. in Food Engineering. - 6+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Experience with FEA and CFD modeling a plus. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience in food processing equipment is a plus, but analytical ability is most important. - Proficient in Microsoft Office. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.  
ID
2021-1749
Job Locations
US-GA-Atlanta
Type
Regular Full-Time
IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment.   Project Engineer   Position Summary Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Project Engineer is responsible for the technical aspects of projects to supply large capital food processing equipment to customers. The project engineer acts as the customer's primary technical interface in conjunction with sales, project management, and the service group to ensure equipment meets expectations. The project engineer leads teams of one to five skilled design engineers and provides guidance on component specifications, equipment sizing, detailed design specifications, etc.   Job Responsibilities Include - Design of industrial food processing and packaging equipment models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. - Drafting of equipment layout/installation drawings, piping and instrumentation drawings, and process flow diagrams in AutoCAD 2D. - Review of customer specifications, commercial documents, and internal standards documentation to determine scope of project supply. - Organize and participate in peer review meetings to generate and review Risk Assessments. - Sizing of mechanical and powertrain components (shafts, bearings, sprockets, gearboxes). - Sizing of heat transfer and fluid flow components (valves, pumps, burners, Heat Exchangers). - Specification of purchased components (sensors and switches). - Monitor design and customer drawing release schedules to ensure project is not delayed. - Support equipment fabrication progress through our factory; we have a full machine shop, sheet metal shop with laser and waterjet, and welding assembly shop. - Work with our field service group to support equipment installation, start-up, and commissioning. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction and during commissioning offsite. Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. - Occasional overtime work may be required. Required Education and Experience - BSME or B.S. in Food Engineering. - 6+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Experience with FEA and CFD modeling a plus. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience in food processing equipment is a plus, but analytical ability is most important. - Proficient in Microsoft Office. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.  
ID
2021-1748
Job Locations
US-NC-Charlotte
Type
Regular Full-Time
IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment.   Project Engineer   Position Summary Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Project Engineer is responsible for the technical aspects of projects to supply large capital food processing equipment to customers. The project engineer acts as the customer's primary technical interface in conjunction with sales, project management, and the service group to ensure equipment meets expectations. The project engineer leads teams of one to five skilled design engineers and provides guidance on component specifications, equipment sizing, detailed design specifications, etc.   Job Responsibilities Include - Design of industrial food processing and packaging equipment models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. - Drafting of equipment layout/installation drawings, piping and instrumentation drawings, and process flow diagrams in AutoCAD 2D. - Review of customer specifications, commercial documents, and internal standards documentation to determine scope of project supply. - Organize and participate in peer review meetings to generate and review Risk Assessments. - Sizing of mechanical and powertrain components (shafts, bearings, sprockets, gearboxes). - Sizing of heat transfer and fluid flow components (valves, pumps, burners, Heat Exchangers). - Specification of purchased components (sensors and switches). - Monitor design and customer drawing release schedules to ensure project is not delayed. - Support equipment fabrication progress through our factory; we have a full machine shop, sheet metal shop with laser and waterjet, and welding assembly shop. - Work with our field service group to support equipment installation, start-up, and commissioning. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction and during commissioning offsite. Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. - Occasional overtime work may be required. Required Education and Experience - BSME or B.S. in Food Engineering. - 6+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Experience with FEA and CFD modeling a plus. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience in food processing equipment is a plus, but analytical ability is most important. - Proficient in Microsoft Office. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.  
ID
2021-1747
Job Locations
US-IL-Chicago
Type
Regular Full-Time
IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment.   Project Engineer   Position Summary Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Project Engineer is responsible for the technical aspects of projects to supply large capital food processing equipment to customers. The project engineer acts as the customer's primary technical interface in conjunction with sales, project management, and the service group to ensure equipment meets expectations. The project engineer leads teams of one to five skilled design engineers and provides guidance on component specifications, equipment sizing, detailed design specifications, etc.   Job Responsibilities Include - Design of industrial food processing and packaging equipment models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. - Drafting of equipment layout/installation drawings, piping and instrumentation drawings, and process flow diagrams in AutoCAD 2D. - Review of customer specifications, commercial documents, and internal standards documentation to determine scope of project supply. - Organize and participate in peer review meetings to generate and review Risk Assessments. - Sizing of mechanical and powertrain components (shafts, bearings, sprockets, gearboxes). - Sizing of heat transfer and fluid flow components (valves, pumps, burners, Heat Exchangers). - Specification of purchased components (sensors and switches). - Monitor design and customer drawing release schedules to ensure project is not delayed. - Support equipment fabrication progress through our factory; we have a full machine shop, sheet metal shop with laser and waterjet, and welding assembly shop. - Work with our field service group to support equipment installation, start-up, and commissioning. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction and during commissioning offsite. Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. - Occasional overtime work may be required. Required Education and Experience - BSME or B.S. in Food Engineering. - 6+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Experience with FEA and CFD modeling a plus. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience in food processing equipment is a plus, but analytical ability is most important. - Proficient in Microsoft Office. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.  
ID
2021-1746
Job Locations
US-KS-Kansas City
Type
Regular Full-Time
IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment.   Project Engineer   Position Summary Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Project Engineer is responsible for the technical aspects of projects to supply large capital food processing equipment to customers. The project engineer acts as the customer's primary technical interface in conjunction with sales, project management, and the service group to ensure equipment meets expectations. The project engineer leads teams of one to five skilled design engineers and provides guidance on component specifications, equipment sizing, detailed design specifications, etc.   Job Responsibilities Include - Design of industrial food processing and packaging equipment models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. - Drafting of equipment layout/installation drawings, piping and instrumentation drawings, and process flow diagrams in AutoCAD 2D. - Review of customer specifications, commercial documents, and internal standards documentation to determine scope of project supply. - Organize and participate in peer review meetings to generate and review Risk Assessments. - Sizing of mechanical and powertrain components (shafts, bearings, sprockets, gearboxes). - Sizing of heat transfer and fluid flow components (valves, pumps, burners, Heat Exchangers). - Specification of purchased components (sensors and switches). - Monitor design and customer drawing release schedules to ensure project is not delayed. - Support equipment fabrication progress through our factory; we have a full machine shop, sheet metal shop with laser and waterjet, and welding assembly shop. - Work with our field service group to support equipment installation, start-up, and commissioning. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction and during commissioning offsite. Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. - Occasional overtime work may be required. Required Education and Experience - BSME or B.S. in Food Engineering. - 6+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Experience with FEA and CFD modeling a plus. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience in food processing equipment is a plus, but analytical ability is most important. - Proficient in Microsoft Office. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.  
ID
2021-1745
Job Locations
US-TX-Dallas
Type
Regular Full-Time
 IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment. Design Engineer Job Responsibilities Include - Work under the guidance of a Project Engineer to develop models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. There may be the occasion where work will be done in AutoCAD 2D. - Receive verbal instructions, customer specifications, or concept sketches to create details and assembly drawings for manufacturing. - Responsible for sizing of mechanical components used in his design (shafts, bearings, sprockets) - Design Engineer will be responsible for specification of purchased components as required. - Assignments may include equipment layout, sheet metal and fabrication design. - Understand custom machine design, GD&T techniques, manufacturing methods and best practices of CAD to create accurate drawings that reflect cost effective manufacturing. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction on factory floor. - Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. Required Education and Experience - 8+ years Inventor experience or SolidWorks experience required. - 6+ years of experience in machined component designl - BSME or equivalent experience in a similar role. - 8+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience creating sheet metal and fabrication drawings. - Experience creating part and assembly drawings. - Experienced creating machined components and drawings - Previous experience with food machinery preferred. - Experience with FEA (Finite Element Analysis) is a plus. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.
ID
2021-1744
Job Locations
US-TX-Houston
Type
Regular Full-Time
 IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment. Design Engineer Job Responsibilities Include - Work under the guidance of a Project Engineer to develop models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. There may be the occasion where work will be done in AutoCAD 2D. - Receive verbal instructions, customer specifications, or concept sketches to create details and assembly drawings for manufacturing. - Responsible for sizing of mechanical components used in his design (shafts, bearings, sprockets) - Design Engineer will be responsible for specification of purchased components as required. - Assignments may include equipment layout, sheet metal and fabrication design. - Understand custom machine design, GD&T techniques, manufacturing methods and best practices of CAD to create accurate drawings that reflect cost effective manufacturing. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction on factory floor. - Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. Required Education and Experience - 8+ years Inventor experience or SolidWorks experience required. - 6+ years of experience in machined component designl - BSME or equivalent experience in a similar role. - 8+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience creating sheet metal and fabrication drawings. - Experience creating part and assembly drawings. - Experienced creating machined components and drawings - Previous experience with food machinery preferred. - Experience with FEA (Finite Element Analysis) is a plus. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.
ID
2021-1743
Job Locations
US-GA-Atlanta
Type
Regular Full-Time
 IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment. Design Engineer Job Responsibilities Include - Work under the guidance of a Project Engineer to develop models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. There may be the occasion where work will be done in AutoCAD 2D. - Receive verbal instructions, customer specifications, or concept sketches to create details and assembly drawings for manufacturing. - Responsible for sizing of mechanical components used in his design (shafts, bearings, sprockets) - Design Engineer will be responsible for specification of purchased components as required. - Assignments may include equipment layout, sheet metal and fabrication design. - Understand custom machine design, GD&T techniques, manufacturing methods and best practices of CAD to create accurate drawings that reflect cost effective manufacturing. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction on factory floor. - Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. Required Education and Experience - 8+ years Inventor experience or SolidWorks experience required. - 6+ years of experience in machined component designl - BSME or equivalent experience in a similar role. - 8+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience creating sheet metal and fabrication drawings. - Experience creating part and assembly drawings. - Experienced creating machined components and drawings - Previous experience with food machinery preferred. - Experience with FEA (Finite Element Analysis) is a plus. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.
ID
2021-1742
Job Locations
US-NC-Charlotte
Type
Regular Full-Time
 IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment. Design Engineer Job Responsibilities Include - Work under the guidance of a Project Engineer to develop models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. There may be the occasion where work will be done in AutoCAD 2D. - Receive verbal instructions, customer specifications, or concept sketches to create details and assembly drawings for manufacturing. - Responsible for sizing of mechanical components used in his design (shafts, bearings, sprockets) - Design Engineer will be responsible for specification of purchased components as required. - Assignments may include equipment layout, sheet metal and fabrication design. - Understand custom machine design, GD&T techniques, manufacturing methods and best practices of CAD to create accurate drawings that reflect cost effective manufacturing. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction on factory floor. - Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. Required Education and Experience - 8+ years Inventor experience or SolidWorks experience required. - 6+ years of experience in machined component designl - BSME or equivalent experience in a similar role. - 8+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience creating sheet metal and fabrication drawings. - Experience creating part and assembly drawings. - Experienced creating machined components and drawings - Previous experience with food machinery preferred. - Experience with FEA (Finite Element Analysis) is a plus. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.
ID
2021-1741
Job Locations
US-IL-Chicago
Type
Regular Full-Time
 IMMEDIATE NEED!!! Work From Home. Large Industrial Food (or other) Equipment. Design Engineer Job Responsibilities Include - Work under the guidance of a Project Engineer to develop models in Autodesk Inventor 3D. There may be the occasion where work will be done in AutoCAD 2D. - Receive verbal instructions, customer specifications, or concept sketches to create details and assembly drawings for manufacturing. - Responsible for sizing of mechanical components used in his design (shafts, bearings, sprockets) - Design Engineer will be responsible for specification of purchased components as required. - Assignments may include equipment layout, sheet metal and fabrication design. - Understand custom machine design, GD&T techniques, manufacturing methods and best practices of CAD to create accurate drawings that reflect cost effective manufacturing. - Mobility as required to review equipment during construction on factory floor. - Occasional travel to customer facilities for meetings and equipment troubleshooting. Required Education and Experience - 8+ years Inventor experience or SolidWorks experience required. - 6+ years of experience in machined component designl - BSME or equivalent experience in a similar role. - 8+ years of CAD experience including 3-D modeling and drafting. - Knowledge of design and manufacturability (DFM). - Experience creating sheet metal and fabrication drawings. - Experience creating part and assembly drawings. - Experienced creating machined components and drawings - Previous experience with food machinery preferred. - Experience with FEA (Finite Element Analysis) is a plus. - Experience working in SAP is preferred.
ID
2021-1740
Job Locations
US-KS-Kansas City
Type
Regular Full-Time