Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig, LLP
Title: Mechanical Designer Drafter
Location: Orrville, OH
Duration: 12 months (W2 Contract)
Pay Rate: $22/hr
As a Mechanical Designer-Drafter, youll be part of a product engineering design and development team working closely with engineers to develop their thoughts and sketches into layouts, drawings and schematics.
Heres what you can expect as a Mechanical Designer-Drafter:
-Contribute to a cost effective design and functional products.
- Insure basic integrity of designs and layouts.
- Review tolerances for impact on fits, design requirements, and effects on costs.
- Act as a focal point for projects as they progress from concept to release.
- Create drawings and 3D models from varying levels of instruction or input
To take on this role, youll need..
-Associates Degree, preferably with technical focus.
-3 years of related experience including 3D modeling and drawing experience (preferably NX)
-Comprehensive knowledge of good drafting practices and techniques, machine shop practices, part fabrication methods, mathematics through descriptive geometry, dimensioning techniques, and geometric tolerancing.
-Strong communication skills and attention to detail.
-Ability to be flexible with job duties transitioning from parts coordination to drawing and modeling. Able to tolerate ambiguity and work with limited direction.
-Due to U.S. Government and Military contracts, candidates must be either a U.S. Citizen or Green Card holder.
Please send resume to Cinthia at ********************* write JOB ID # 53504MDD on subject line for email.
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