Mechanical Design Engineer in Oak Creek, WI at PointOne Recruiting Solutions

Date Posted: 6/18/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Are you a degreed Mechanical Engineer looking for your next opportunity in S.E. Wisconsin? Do you have a passion to develop complex assemblies and create machine designs from cradle to grave? Do you have a LEAN/Continuous Improvement mindset?    If so, we have a job that was meant for you!  This Mechanical Engineer role is an excellent opportunity in the Greater Oak Creek, WI area with a technically focused and fast growing company that offers outstanding benefits, a very competitive compensation package, 401K, and profit sharing!  If this is for you or someone you know, please forward a current resume to:

Responsibilities of Mechanical Engineer.

  • Suggest and implement ideas for new products and improvements to existing designs.
  • Create mathematically verified concepts to resolve packaging challenges and support evolving opportunities.
  • Evaluate and select design elements and components through an understanding of machine requirements, project kick-off activities, customer interface, design constraints, manufacturing process and material capabilities.
  • Provide technical resource support for our customers and throughout the organization.
  • Provide clear, effective communication and engineering artifacts including layout drawings, pneumatic schematics, 3D models and prints utilizing Autodesk Inventor.

Job Requirements

Experience / Requirements of Mechanical Engineer

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering
  • Minimum of 3 years of mechanical design experience—5-8 years preferred

  • Experience in Inventor is preferred—Solidworks is ok, all drawings will be done in Autodesk Inventor

  • MUST HAVE:      Proven ability to provide vision for “elegant design”.

  • Proven ability to understand stakeholder’s positions and how the output of the individual effects the quality of our products, the time and effort of our stakeholders and the company as a whole.

  • Proven understanding of fundamental engineering knowledge, including but not limited to: ability to solve practical problems, deal with a variety of determined and investigated variables, including root cause identification and good laboratory practices.