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    Discussion in 'UK jobs' started by JobHawk, Nov 21, 2009.

    1. JobHawk

      JobHawk Member

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      Salary £25000 - £35000 per annum + + Benefits
      Location United Kingdom,Hertfordshire
      Job Type Permanent
      Date Posted 16-Nov-2009 10:47

      3D CAD, Mechanical Design Engineer , Stevenage £25K - £35K - Communications Industry - required by leading Stevenage based client to work as part of a close knit team designing products from Concept to Production. Carrying out 3D and 2D mechanical design, the role will also involve client and supplier liaison and ensuring projects run to timing plans. You must have minimum 3 years experience in 3D CAD (preferably Solid Edge) and FEA experience, a HNC/Degree or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering and a high level of experience in the Pressing Industry and/or Press Tools. Experience in the design of Sheet metal, Casting and Plastics would be advantageous.The role of the Mechanical Design Engineer will be:3D and 2D designing, FEA simulation and producing detailed reports, Sourcing Prototype samples, Design of Test Jig to aid production, Research & Development and Project Management, Cost of Manufacture. This is an exciting opportunity to join a leading organisation within the Communications Industry. Please apply now for immediate consideration.

      Advertiser
      Harvey Nash plc
      Contact Name Nilufer Korur
      Telephone 020 7333 1424 (Please reference IT Job Board when calling)
      Reference 151525
       
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    3. davidadla

      davidadla Member

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      Dear Sir/Madam,
      I would like to introduce myself as a prospective
      candidate and looking for change. I have done my graduation in
      Mechanical Engineering. I have been working as Design Engineer with
      Sphinx World Biz Ltd-Noida. My main areas of work have been automotive domain using CATIA V5.
      My enclosed resume will expose you to have some insight into my
      technical skills and capabilities. Also, it gives some idea about the
      professional experience I have had. My work experience gave me a lot
      of opportunity to analyze, understand and design the applications. In
      addition you will find me a well-organized person with good
      analytical, troubleshooting and problem-solving skills. I thrive on
      new challenges, and my dedication and tireless work ethic, along with
      my desire to learn, will prove to be an asset to my employer.
      Enclosed is a copy of my resume for your review. I would welcome a
      personal interview at your convenience to discuss your needs and
      objectives and the possibility of working together to meet them. Thank
      you for time and consideration.
       
    4. omkar_v_more

      omkar_v_more New Member

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      Respected Sir/Madam,

      This is Omkar V More from pune, India. I have completed my Diploma in Tool and Die from NTTF. I have a two years of work experience in Design and development field and Presently working with TATA Autucomp system LTD, India.

      I can efficiently work in Pro-e, UG, CATIA and Auto cad. And have complete PLM Administration training from SIEMENS. I'm able to design 3D as well 2D designs in presstools, moulds, jigs and fixtures and also forging components and dies.

      I'm confident that I'll be able to deliver the result that you may be looking for in very effective way.Looking for a better future with your organization.Hope u ll do this needful.

      Thanks And Regards

      Omkar V More
      email: omkar_v_more@live.com ( +91-9762805443)
       
    5. GarethW

      GarethW Chief Clicker Staff Member

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      Guys - please contact the advertiser direct. They're not going to read your post :)

       

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