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Mechanical Engineer

Description:
Duties:
1. Responsible for mechanical design aspects of missile systems and associated ground support equipment.
2. Duties span conceptual design through detailed design technical drawings.
3. Production support activities are also required including engineering change management and non-conformance resolution.

Responsibilities include:
1. Use in depth knowledge of mechanical design and related knowledge of other disciplines to ensure that design completions meet technical requirements.
2. Prepare written presentation materials and technical reports summarizing the engineering design elements.
3. Create mechanical detail design drawings of vehicle structures, component installations, ancillary brackets and adapters in accordance with ASME Y14.5 and published command media.
4. Create concepts that comply with requirements for packaging of missile components, structural airframe, access requirements and concept of operations.
5. Ensure part interchangeability through proper application of tolerance stack-up methods.
6. Peer review design drawings and documents for sound application of mechanical engineering principles and proper application of command media guidelines.
7. Assess non-conformances for root cause / corrective action, provide disposition instructions and prepare Material Review Board materials as required.
8. Prepare engineering change requests as required to support production.
9. Comply with command media requirements regarding business practices and procedures.
10. Maintain subject matter expertise in selected areas relevant to mechanical design of aerospace systems.

Required Skills:
1. Proficiency with PTC’s Creo 2.0, especially with detail part design, and drawing documentation.
2. Ability to develop structural designs including parts of various machining techniques, component placements, and design concepts that conform to requirements documents.
3. Working knowledge of basic material selection, sheet metal design practices, basic machining practices and aerospace hardware selection.
4. Working knowledge of ASME Y14.5-1994 and general drawing standards.
5. Experience with Part List preparation.
6. Experience with engineering change document preparation and impact assessments.
7. Detail-oriented and able to perform Peer Reviews of fellow engineers’ designs and drawings.
8. Ability to manage own time.
9. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
10. Basic understanding of mechanical analysis concepts desired.

Desired Skills:
1. Basic understanding of mechanical analysis concepts desired.
2. Experience with hands-on engineering support of manufacturing desired.
3. Experience with White Belt training, lean manufacturing, and/or 6-sigma practices desired.

Education:
1. B.S. in a related Engineering discipline or higher
 
Job Number: 11756
Job Location: Orlando, FL
Rate: $40.00 - $50.00/HR
Per Diem: Split Possible
Overtime: Possible
Duration: 3 mos
Input Date: 10/23/2019
Last Updated: 11/05/2019
Firm Name: INCONEN CORPORATION
Attention: Patrick O'Neil
Address: 6133 BRISTOL PKWY STE 232
City, State: CULVER CITY, CA 90230
Phone: 310/410-1931
Fax Phone: 310/410-1751
Website: www.inconen.com

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