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  • Full Time
  • Cambridge
  • November 1, 2022
  • Hours: 40

Eclipse Automation Inc.

The Senior Mechanical Designer will work directly with Application and Electrical teams to ensure projects are met on budget. Work with the management and department personnel to deliver the Eclipse Vision and the Eclipse Entrepreneurial Culture.

The Senior Mechanical Designer job responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

Technical

Perform engineering calculations with respect to strength of materials, speeds, horsepower, temperature, pressure, force, etc. as related to machine and tool designs
Analyze engineering drawings and specifications to determine shape, dimensions, hardness etc. in the development of equipment, processes and products
Examine feasibility of using one or more machines to carry out sequential operations
Produce working drawings, detail drawings and bills of materials for equipment, sub-assemblies or product using Auto CAD and SolidWorks
Analyze designs and systems for compliance to applicable standards (i.e. OSHA, CE or customer specific)
Review drawings for accuracy, material selection, proper machining techniques, finishes, hardness, etc.
Liaise with vendors for technical information and specifications
Communicate all requested design changes to the Applications Manager
Responsible for communicating progress on tasks to supervising designer
Formalize and update drawing documentation
Create drawings of existing tooling through the use of precision measuring devices such as verniers and micrometers
Liaise with fabricators, machinists, toolmakers and electricians in the completion of equipment and resolving problems
Assist in preparing customer documentation
Must have thorough knowledge of drafting principles
Must be proficient in AutoCAD and SolidWorks
Must be capable of designing tooling from sketches or verbal concepts
An understanding of the use of pneumatics and hydraulics
An understanding of the use of electrical devices (i.e. switches, load cells, LVDT’s etc.)

Project Execution

Assist in preparing customer documentation
Adhere to all Health and Safety rules and procedures
Ability to work in a team environment and actively participate in group meetings safely
Complete other duties and projects as assigned
Work requires willingness to work a flexible schedule including weekends and or travel as required in varying timelines
Ensure scheduled milestones are met
Notify the appropriate departments if milestones are not met
Adhere to the Eclipse Project Operating Policy
Maintain good corporate citizen role in support of the Eclipse corporate Vision
Ensure that all business activities are performed with the highest ethical standards and in compliance with the Eclipse Automation Inc. Conduct Code
Foster the development of a culture reflective of the core values of the business
Qualifications:

Successful completion of either a University Degree or College Diploma in Mechanical Engineering / Robotics Automation Technology
Minimum 7+ years’ mechanical design experience in a custom automation environment needed
Work requires professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
Tool design experience in the nuclear industry would be considered an asset
A self-starter with the ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision

How to apply:

Via Agilec - jfruhner-travers@agilec.ca

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