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Equipment & Tool Designer

Description:
Leads the development of highly complex equipment and tooling concepts and specifications to satisfy aerospace product design and build requirements. Leads design reviews, design requirement collection, drawing creation and revision. Researches the application of robotics, automation and new technology to support the build plan. Creates off-load packages, specifications, purchase requests and usage instructions for equipment and tooling. Checks designs for compliance with safety, producibility, maintainability, reliability, ergonomic factors and regulatory requirements. Establishes and validates spares requirements. Leads the implementation of best practices into functional process documentation to drive standard work. Oversees the development and documentation of equipment and tooling inspection and usage instructions, preventative maintenance plans, and user training. Provides technical direction to support engineering changes and discrepancy resolution. Oversees the maintenance of hardware and software configuration. Assesses and makes recommendations for disposition of equipment and tooling.

Required Education and/or Skills:
AA degree or higher
CATIA V5
ENOVIA
 
Job Number: 25339-1
Job Location: Mesa, AZ
Rate: 41.00
Per Diem: Split
Overtime: Possible
Duration: 6 mos
Start Date: ASAP
Input Date: 04/18/2017
Firm Name: APOLLO PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS
Attention: Michelle Fox
Address: WESTRIDGE OFFICE PARK
2646 HIGHWAY 109 STE 207

City, State: WILDWOOD, MO 63040
Phone: 636/438-0312
800 Phone: 866/277-3343
Fax Phone: 636/220-8284
Website: www.apollopros.com

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