Strong written and verbal communication skills, ability to navigate MS Office tools, web based systems and quickly learn and adapt to complex systems and product independencies to accomplish pointed tasks is an absolute requirement.
Important attributes include the ability to apply creative solutions to challenging mechanical problems along with designing and building benchtop size prototype hardware with the ability to scale to larger fieldable sizes.
As the Mechanical Project Engineer, you will be involved in all aspects of Capital Equipment Management, designing, developing, implementing and managing capital equipment projects of over one million dollars.
Design experience with thermal management solutions and sheet metal design for telecom applications; familiarity with with working with PWB design processes and system level design for telecom applications.
The selected candidates primary responsibility is to support ongoing efforts to expand and improve manufacturing capacities and capabilities within assigned areas of Assembly Manufacturing and Engineering departments.
Transition concepts into products using 3D CAD Solid Modeling, defining requirements, selecting materials and processes, interacting with suppliers and manufacturers, and documenting the development process.
Provide primary interface to foundries to communicate MACOM product/technology requirements. Coordinate day-to-day, near term to long term technical projects between MACOM and foundries for timely closure.
Key responsibilities will include providing marketing input for product development, coordinating the delivery of services by departments within the company, and proactively managing customer accounts in concert with the sales team.
This position will be responsible for the development, implementation and continual improvement of production methods, equipment, tooling and processes in order to manufacture the highest quality parts for some the finest firearms in the world.