Mechanical Engineer III /7694

Adecco is currently assisting a local client in their search to find a Mechanical Engineer III Responsibilities include:
o Design and implement corrective/preventative actions for existing equipment and manufacturing processes.
oAssist in the review of designs site acceptance and installation of equipment.
o Focus upon design work in a comprehensive manner taking all relevant factors into consideration including manufacturability and durability of design elements Required Qualifications:
o Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering or a related field from an accredited university o Demonstrated proficiency with PC business applications (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Visio, and Project) o A strong understanding of traditional stress and thermal analysis techniques with ability to perform non-formal calculations for design justifications.
o Advanced knowledge of Autodesk Inventor; such as utilization of sketched, placed, work, and iFeatures, single and multi-body parts, use of the derived and combine command, sheet metal parts and commands, iParts, stress and frame analysis tools, part and assembly patterns, assembly, etc o Ability to create detailed drawings to ASME 14.
5M-2009 geometric dimensioning and tolerancing specifications Desired Qualifications:
o Demonstrated experience with project management o Direct experience with the design of manufacturing hardware and tooling; such as jigs, fixtures, gears, linkages, drives, pneumatic and hydraulic devices, etc o Inclusive in your design capacity; willing to take and implement feedback from end users and fabricators/machinists.
o Knowledge of machine shop practices, such as 3 to 5 axis machining, welding, selection of standard material sizes, etc o Direct experience working with local fabricators and machine shops on custom designed tooling and following through with requested changes and implementing feedback.
Contact Gerald.
Fitzgerald @adeccona.
com or call 518-612-6137 with any questions Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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