\Performs moderate re-design and development efforts formechanical structural systems of theme park rides and attractions to provide increased reliability and operational improvements. Duties includesupport downtime recovery,troubleshooting, fault analysis, redesign assignments, test and start-up integration of Ride and Show systems. All work shall be in conformance with ASTM F24 Committee guidelines and compliant with applicable codes, regulations and standards including: AISC, ASME, ASTM, ANSI, AWS, JIC, NEC, and OSHA, among others.
SCOPE: Responsible for performing moderately complex re-design and development efforts of all Ride & Show systems to provide increased reliability and operational improvements. Responsible for providing sustaining (mechanical) engineering support for all Ride & Show systems parkwide both daily and on-call 24/7.
EDUCATION:Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university in Mechanical, Structural or Civil Engineering or related field required; Master’s degree from a four-year college or university in Mechanical, Structural or Civil Engineering or related field preferred.
EXPERIENCE: 5-7 years demonstrated project engineering experience of mechanical structural systems in an engineering environment for the development of dynamic motion (mobile) systems in a theme park industry or; 6-8 years’ experience of mechanical/structural design associated w/ dynamic motion (mobile) systems and components or; 6-8 years of strong analytical skills to perform engineering calculations for design, analysis, test and implementation of mechanical, structural, hydraulic and pneumatic system modifications required; or equivalent combination of education and experience.