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Mechanical Design Engineer

If you offer mechanical design experience using 3D modeling software and designing components made of metal that regulate fluid and pressure, you might be interested in this Mechanical Design Engineer permanent job position in Villa Park, Illinois. Client is a small but successful manufacturing company with products that are sold globally.   Top Reason to Work with Us?   Established 70 years ago and recognized for manufacturing high-quality flow control components Globally recognized   What is in it for you?   Opportunity to be a part of a small and collaborative engineering design team Full benefits package including 401K and profit sharing   What will you be doing?   New product development as well as supporting existing products Provide design and development of mechanical components, tooling, and fixtures Improve design for manufacturability or modify to meet customer requirements Assist resolving manufacturing quality issues that arise Conduct product testing Customer service and support Support lean manufacturing and continuous improvement   What do you need for this position?   Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field 8+years of design experience Design of metal components Solid understanding of engineering mechanics, fluid power, and manufacturing practices Experienced with both Finite Element Analysis (FEA) AND Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) utilized the design process 3D CAD modeling experience with SolidWorks or similar Understanding of machining metals Skilled in product evaluation, testing and reporting Strong technical and problem solving skills Ability to be a team player, detail-oriented, and organized to understand priorities Competitive salary and excellent benefit package. Pre-employment drug screen required.
Salary Range: $80K - $110K
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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