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    Discussion in 'USA jobs' started by sinay, May 23, 2011.

    1. sinay

      sinay New Member

      May 2011
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      Davalyn Corporation has been retained by one of its best clients to fill a Design Engineer position. This position produces designs for products within the cutting tool product lines. The Engineer will be responsible for designs for inserts that are consistent with standard and special tool configurations in different technologies (Milling, Turning, and drilling, etc.).
      Duties & Responsibilities:
      • Works closely with Product Development and Sales teams to create conceptual designs to meet the metal removal requirements of customers.
      • Partners with manufacturing engineering group to evaluate and/or modify initial designs to improve manufacturability of products.
      • Responsible for updating product drawings.
      • Adapts procedures, processes, tools, equipment and techniques
      • Applies basic to advanced design knowledge
      Skills / Knowledge / Abilities Required:
      • Intermediate knowledge of Mechanical Engineering
      • Intermediate proficiency with 3-D CAD systems required (Siemens NX6 experience preferred)
      • Working knowledge of cutting tool products
      • Demonstrated ability to draw finish designs from sketches
      • Good mathematical skills, including geometry and trigonometry
      • Good computer skills to include Microsoft Office Suite
      • Good oral and written communication skills
      Education and Experience Requirements:
      • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering Preferred
      • Or Associate Degree and/or Technical Certification in a closely related field of study are required. 5+ years of carbide/steel cutting tool design experience may be substituted for degree.
      • Minimum of 5 years manufacturing experience in the metals industry required.
      • Project leadership experience
      Reply: ssinay@davalyncorp.com

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