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Mechanical Engineer - Sterling Heights, MI

Job Description:

 

Mechanical Engineer

Sterling Heights Mi.

Responsibilities for Mechanical System Engineer:

  • System to system interaction & clearance, system accessibility for installation & maintenance, and system level requirements compliance.
  • Development and maintenance of Pro/E (CREO) Master Model and Interface assemblies.
  • Develop space claims for static condition, dynamic condition, sway, shot line, and keep out zones.
  • Develop and maintain Product Structure and establish preliminary EBOM.
  • Support concept development, perform space claim development/refinement, and perform Design Integration reviews using Pro/E (CREO) & Vis Mockup.
  • Perform human modeling analyses (e.g., JACK) to develop and assess design and integration solutions for Crew Stations.
  • Perform Human Factors mission, function, and task analysis.
  • Establish and conduct a System Safety Program that evaluates the system for safety concerns.
  • Perform safety analysis tasks and document safety hazards, working with the appropriate personnel to eliminate hazards or mitigate them to an acceptable level.
  • Support concurrent engineering reviews, tech reviews, drawing sign-off, and internal/external checkpoint reviews.
  • Support trial fits and vehicle builds
  • Perform system/component interference and clearance analysis; compile reports clearly documenting results, impacts, and recommended solutions.
  • Track status of Design and Drafting activities relative to program milestones.  Resolve issues that impact meeting program milestones.
  • Identify critical interfaces and coordinate interface definition with impacted organizations/vendors.
  • Develop and Maintain Interface Control Drawings, Class & Division drawings, Installation drawings, General Assembly Drawings, Appurtenance Drawings, Turret & Hull Weldment drawings.
  • Interface with Program Office, Design Engineering, Systems Engineering, Logistics, Vetronics, Manufacturing, Design Services, vendors, and USG.

Other job requirements

  • Defense Contractor experience desired.
  • Good computer skills required in the following: PC (Excel, Word, Power Point, Project, Internet Explorer).
  • Software: Pro/Engineer (CREO), Team Center Vis-Mockup, SpaceClaim, JACK Human Modeling tool.
  • Must have excellent communication skills.
  • Occasional travel.
  • Must be willing to work overtime.

    Education and Experience

    • Required Education: Bachelor of Science Major, Mechanical Engineering
    • Experience: 2-3 years CAD Design, or Vehicle Packaging, or System Integration

 

Job ID:
329992

Dept ID:
10547

Location:
Sterling Heights, MI
United States of America

Industry:
Engineering / Engineering

Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
35

Posted Date:7/13/2018

Domain:arna

Contact: john.freburger@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Mechanical Engineer

Location: Sterling Heights, MI

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 329992

Posted Date: 7/13/2018

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