Mechanical Engineer (DH)

Company Name:
SITE Personnel/MAP Engineering
Position Title: Mechanical Engineer
Location: Sheboygan, WI area
Salary: $55-$70 DOE
Reports to: Manager of Engineering Foodservice Division
Department: Engineering- Foodservice Equipment Division
Summary of Position: Engineer and design foodservice division equipment. Design projects to include some new product development, existing product changes or design projects related to processing customer orders.
Description of Duties:
Develop new products from conceptual requirements, with emphasis on creating unique, cost-effective and robust designs that meet or surpass quality, manufacturing (DFM) and end user requirements.
Develop and maintain engineering documentation to include drawings, specifications, costing, bills of material, control plans, regulatory certifications and other related engineering documentation.
Participate in departmental and cross functional teams as required for engineering support.
Develop manufacturing processes by designing and modifying equipment for fabricating, building, assembling and installing components.
Investigate and propose new technologies to support ongoing product enhancements and cost down efforts while maintaining or enhancing product integrity.
Evaluate mechanical and electromechanical systems and products by designing and conducting research programs applying principles of mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer and materials.
Supervisory Responsibility:
No Direct Supervisory responsibility. Expertise Required:
Mechanical and/or electrical design SolidWorks
Core knowledge of drafting fundamentals and efficient 3D design techniques.

Experience Desired:
3 or more years mechanical design experience
PC knowledge
Experience with sheetmetal, stainless and steel components
Educational Background Required:
BS degree in engineering required.

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