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Mechanical Engineer - Lead

Company Name:
DEKA Research & Development
Position Type:
Full-time
The Senior Mechanical Engineer will report to the project manager and lead a team of mechanical engineers and designers in the development of new products. Full responsibility for the mechanical adequacy of the design rests with the Lead Mechanical Engineer.
Responsibilities:
Technical review and approval for all mechanical component and assembly designs, analysis, and testing.
Significant design and engineering responsibilities, including component and assembly designs and design evaluation.
Generation of requirements, detailed design documentation and test plans.
Manage interfaces between mechanical and electrical components.
Drive design goals within the mechanical engineering project team. Design goals may include product cost, size, weight, durability, manufacturability, and serviceability among others.
Support the development of project plans by estimating the effort required to complete design tasks.
Manage team resources to meet aggressive project schedules.
Interact with suppliers to solve technical concerns.
Provide technical evaluation of supplier capabilities.
Perform failure analysis on test and production assemblies to determine root cause of failure.
Desired Qualifications:
MS/BS in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on device design.
7-10 years experience in product and/or machine design
Proficiency with solid modeling
Knowledge of state-of-the-art machining and rapid prototyping techniques
Experience in designing for a variety of production manufacturing processes, including plastics forming and joining
Experience in a manufacturing setting is desired
Experience with fluid handling equipment

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