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Mechanical CAD Designer/Engineer - Austin, TX

Job Description:

Austin, TX

Our client a well-known Technology Company is seeking a Mechanical CAD Designer
 to join their winning team. 

 Focus:  Heavy focus on enterprise server/storage products.

Job Title:  Mechanical CAD Designer / Engineer  

Description:

Infrastructure Solutions Group in Austin, Tx is looking for a talented Mechanical CAD Designer / Engineer for the development of the Enterprise Server/Storage portfolio of products. Candidates will assist in the development of innovative mechanical design solutions for enterprise class server/storage products utilizing state-of-the-art CAD and analysis tools. Candidates will develop and document parts and assemblies, coordinate validation testing for new and modified Server/Storage product designs.

 

 Role Responsibilities:

 - Design of sheet metal chassis/enclosures including internal structure/peripherals.

 - Develops and applies specialized knowledge within design and testing.

 - Knowledge of related industry considerations.

 - Demonstrates an understanding and ability in utilizing systems, tools and procedures to ensure robust designs and accurate test results.

 - Builds deeper understanding of processes, procedures, customers and organization.

 - Assists program or process development and implementation.

 - Coordinates activities and validation processes.

 - Takes responsibility for understanding requirements and executes within a "teaming" environment.

 

 Requirements:

 - Experience in Chassis design; 3-5+ years of relevant experience; Mechanical Design / Engineering degree is a bonus.

 - Mechanical aptitude for interpretation of mechanical drawing specifications.

 - Knowledge and understanding of manufacturing-driven design issues.

 - Thorough ability to read/understand complex drawings and 3D databases.

 - Ability to analyze options and make decisions for critical design features.

 - Experienced in using Pro-E CAD applications.

 - Working ability in reading and understanding technical data sheets.

 - Good communication skills.

Job ID:
327222

Dept ID:
10591

Location:
Austin, TX
United States of America

Industry:
Online / Full App

Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
258

Posted Date:6/5/2018

Domain:arna

Contact: meg.mccarthy@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Mechanical CAD Designer/Engineer

Location: Austin, TX

Job Type: Temp Position

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Posted Date: 6/5/2018

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