Mechanical Design Engineer

Company Name:
Randstad Engineering
Interesting MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEER opportunity at a highly regarded manufacturing in southeastern Kansas. Need experience related to automotive manufacturing, PLC's, Robot's, and part conveyance. Includes relocation.
Responsibilities for the Mechanical Design Engineer
Use CAD tools to simulate, test and document new products, process tooling and fixtures for engines and vehicles in the automotive markets
Develop design/material/equipment and tooling drawings
Develop project plans and documents
Conduct, document and track Design Reviews
Generate preliminary estimates for Capital Investment Plan
Requirements for the Mechanical Design Engineer
BS Degree Mechanical Engineering
Minimum 5 years experience in an automotive manufacturing environment
Need process automation experience including PLC, Robot, and parts conveyance
Working knowledge of CAD and SolidWorks
Good interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
Benefits for the Mechanical Design Engineer
Salary in range shown based on specific related qualifications
Bonus potential
Comprehensive Benefits
Solid manufacturing firm, growth opportunity
Related Words: bsme, automotive, pls, conveyance, robotics
Company Description:
Randstad is a $22.5 billion global provider of HR services and the second largest staffing organization in the world. From temporary staffing to permanent placement to in-house, professionals, search & selection, and HR Solutions, Randstad holds top positions around the world and has approximately 31,100 corporate employees working from its nearly 4,700 branches and in-house locations in 40 countries.

We are a company built on a deep network of expertise that crosses industries and geographies. We recognize that talent comes in different forms, that every business has its unique challenges and opportunities. And our recruiting experts are skilled at marrying talent and business--identifying the ideal professionals for an organization's culture and its teams, its needs and its goals.

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