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Collins Manufacturing, Inc.

Engineering Tech



Job Description
Summary
Reviews blueprints, change orders, and other engineering data to maintain revision control of drawings and other documentation related to manufacturing activities.

Duties
• Evaluate / review engineering drawings, specifications, orders, and related production documentation for conformance to established guidelines.
• Maintains an electronic library of part drawings and associated manufacturing information to ensure conformance to the latest revision, and eliminate non-conforming documentation.
• Identifies and documents revision changes and distributes information to companywide departments and outside vendors.
• Prepares CAD drawings for fixturing, defining manufacturing requirements, aiding customers with design concepts, and for other manufacturing related assistance.

Qualifications
Associate's degree from a two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year of experience related to manufacturing; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Proficiencies
Blueprint reading (GD & T proficiency desirable); SOLIDWORKS CAD; Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook); some familiarity with machining and / or CAM programming helpful.
Skills: Written and verbal communication; organized; attention to detail; team collaboration

$18.00+/hour - commensurate with experience









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