Under the supervision of the Manager of Technical Projects & Support; the Mechanical Engineer provides engineering
knowledge to support manufacturing of the existing as well as new products in development.
The various manufacturing processes include automated machines incorporating robotics and complex material handling.
The engineer will source or design new equipment, systems and components, as well as make updates or improvements
to current equipment.
The engineer will prepare documentation packages related to manufacturing equipment such as
operating and maintenance procedures as well as contribute to verification and validation studies, protocols and
reports. The engineer will be engaged in supporting and troubleshooting the manufacturing equipment to minimize
production interruption and ensure production and quality targets are met.
An ideal candidate would be a professional who possesses a breadth of knowledge to be able to work and contribute to different aspects of manufacturing.
6 months contract with potential to be hired perm or further extension
lots of room for advancement
Duties and Responsibilities
• mechanical engineering support of existing tools and equipment
• mechanical design of improvements or new stations and equipment
• understand and improve manufacturing processes
• develop upgrades to existing automation and robotic
• Bachelors degree or higher in engineering (mechanical preferred)
• Experience in working with automation or manufacturing equipment
• Preferred knowledge of PLC programming and communications
• Ability to perform tolerance and/or measurement analysis
• Ability to troubleshoot mechanical as well as electromechanical issues
• Excellent oral and written English communication skills
• 3-5 years of engineering within manufacturing experience preferred
If this role sounds like a good fit for you please APPLY ONLINE or submit your resume directly to Swapna at email@example.com
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