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Mechanical Engineering Tech



Job Description
Job Title
Engineering Tech

Summary
Reviews blueprints, change orders, and other engineering data to maintain revision control of drawings, master parts listings, and other documentation used for inventory control, production planning, scheduling, purchasing, and other related manufacturing activities. Prior experience working in a CNC machine shop preferred.

Duties
• Evaluates engineering drawings, specifications, orders, and related documentation for conformance to established guidelines and initiates requests for changes to ensure compliance with standards.
• Reviews engineering data and production related documents to qualify manufacturing processes, tooling, and work holding requirements.
• Create drawings for work holding and gauging solutions to support quality control requirements.
• Maintains an electronic library of part drawings and associated manufacturing information to ensure conformance to the latest revision level and eliminate non-conforming documentation.
• Identifies and documents revision changes and distributes information to companywide departments and outside vendors, to promote informed throughput of manufacturing processes.
• Prepares detailed work instructions for proven manufacturing methods and maintains organized storage of these processes for easy access by others within the organization.

Qualifications
• 5 years minimum experience related to contract manufacturing

Proficiencies
Software: SOLIDWORKS CAD; SOLIDWORKS Inspection; Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook)
Skills: Written and verbal communication; organized; attention to detail; team collaboration








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