Mechanical Engineer I - Aerospace from CyberCoders


Salary
55,000.00 - 65,000.00 $ /year
Category
Engineering
Job Type
Full Time, Employee
Industries
Aerospace and Defense
Company
CyberCoders
Location
Georgia, VT 05468
Posted
11/15/2018
If you are a Mechanical Engineer I - Aerospace with experience, please read on!

Based in Georgia, Vermont we are a rapidly growing and innovative Aerospace company specializing in fuel measurement systems. Due to growth and demand for our services, we are in need of hiring of an Mechanical Engineer that has experience in the Aerospace Industry, Aerospace product development and a knowledge of ISO9000 &AS9100.

What You Will Be Doing

The Mechanical Engineer I is responsible for the design and creation of detail drawings related to aerospace fuel systems components and assemblies. This includes the ability to use Mechanical Engineering principals in the design/creation of 3D models for complex machined and fabricated components, and creating detail drawings of complex parts, subassemblies, and assemblies.

What You Need for this Position

At Least 3 Years of experience and knowledge of:

•Perform mechanical engineering duties in the planning, designing, and maintenance of products relating to aerospace, defense, and commercial industries.
•Knowledge of design techniques, 3-D modeling software and blueprint reading required.
•Experience with SolidWorks or equivalent computer aided design (CAD) software. Ability to create, modify and improve existing drawings and specifications, using this tool, as directed.
•Thorough user knowledge of SOLIDWORKS Enterprise Product Data Management (EPDM) for securely storing and indexing design data for fast retrieval, maintain version control, eliminate data loss, and sharing and collaborating on mechanical designs and documentation with stakeholders inside the organization.
•Knowledge of manufacturing processes.
•Documentation and interpretation of mechanical drawings to American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) standard Y14.5 or equivalent.
•Represent LMS engineering department in intercompany material review board (MRB) and nonconforming material (NCMR) dispositions.
•Manufacturing support in mechanical areas such as gage design, manufacturing jigs and assembly aids, (including the repair of existing fixtures, jigs and assembly aids) and creation of manufacturing assembly procedures.
•Experience in the setup and operation of machine tools (milling machine, lathe, etc.).
•Mechanical Engineering coverage for the Probe, Signal Conditioner, and Indicator assembly lines.
•Mechanical Engineering coverage for Composite Tube Manufacturing.
•Collaborate with other engineering disciplines in the design of new components and assemblies.
•Assist in the testing and documentation of product validation.
•Assist in vendor selection for new and existing processes and products as directed.
•Machining and assembly of new manufacturing jigs as needed.
•Work under the direction assigned by Project Engineer/Program Manager.
•Other tasks as assigned by the Engineering Manager.

What's In It for You

- Vacation/PTO
- Vacation stipend after 2 years of employment
- Company/personal performance based bonuses
- Medical
- Dental
- Vision
- Relocation
- 401k (5% match)
- Tuition Reimbursement Plan
- Profit Sharing Plan
- Wellness and Fitness Program
- EAP – Employee Assistance Program
So, if you are a Mechanical Engineer I - Aerospace with experience, please apply today!