The Mechanical Designer will actively participate in many phases of a project, including but not limited to: load & energy calculations, CAD production, design documents, basic specifications, and the construction administration process.
Project engineers are responsible for the technical design, integration, execution, analysis and reporting of cost and schedule performance. In this role within the Component Integrated Product Team (CIPT), you will have opportunities to directly interface with CSMC management, associated program offices and suppliers.
The Principal Mechanical Engineer demonstrates quality in all actions; The Principal Mechanical Engineer will be responsible for providing production support related to design changes to the HVAD system including all mechanical subsystems and components. In addition, this position also includes the analysis of returned product and the associated reports required as part of the QSR requirements.
The Manufacturing Engineer I supports the development, implementation and maintenance of manufacturing methods, techniques, processes, and tooling on fabricated parts, components, subassemblies, and final products.
Creating, maintaining, and improving controlled technical documents such as prints, procedures, bill of materials and routers; supporting a wide variety of processing applications such as machining, finishing, forging, casting, cleaning, heat treating, bonding, molding, etc.
In this role, you will provides technical engineering information to company supervision and specialty contractors to ensure the project complies with all engineering standards, codes, specifications and design instructions.
In this role, you will collects necessary documentation to identify and determine impact of potential contract changes, disputes, and claims. Leads LEAN/SQP committee and identifies improvement opportunities.
The SEV assignments include, but are not limited to: Ground Test Engineering, Assembly Engineering, Measurement Systems Engineering, Test Systems Engineering, Validation Planning, Development Flight Test Engineering and Test Operations Engineering.
Listens for unusual sounds from machines or equipment to detect malfunction and discusses machine operation variations with supervisors or other maintenance workers to diagnose problem or repair machine.