Associate Mechanical Engineer

Company Name:
Fisher Scientific
Associate Mechanical Engineer
Job ID: NC20140506-56620
Expertise Engineering
Education Bachelors
Job Type Full-time
Location United States - Massachusetts - Tewksbury
Job Level Experienced
Posting date: June 11, 2014
Position Summary:
The Mechanical Engineer will work within a multi-disciplinary team of engineers and scientists in the development of handheld portable scientific instruments for industrial and safety/security applications. This will include detailed design, analysis and build of complex miniature systems from initial concept through development, test and release to production. Position requires a great deal of creativity and initiative while working in a fast paced and collaborative team environment.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Use Solidworks, support development of complex mechanical components and assemblies using a variety of manufacturing technologies such as machined, molded, cast, formed, sheet metal.
Develop proficiency in the creation of engineering drawings per ANSI Y14.5M
Develop proficiency in application of part tolerances and dimensioning schemes.
Create part models and assemblies from concept sketches.
Participate in the build and test of prototype instruments.
Participate in definition phase and design reviews of new product development.
Engage with operations group to ensure cost, DFM, DFA objectives are optimally satisfied.
Support efforts to develop parts and documents for hard-tooled production.
Support transition of new products to operations group.
Minimum Qualifications:
BSME from an ABET certified college
Proficient with Solidworks, Certified Solidworks Associate preferred
Proficient in the use of MS Word, Excel
Excellent verbal and written skills with strong cognitive ability.
Technical creativity and a solid work ethic.
No professional experience is required, COOP in product development preferred
Position is not budgeted for relocation.

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