- Reference: GY43768
- Job Type: Permanent
- Location: Galway, Galway City, Mayo
- Category: Engineering, Technical & Manufacturing
- Work with Manufacturing Engineers in developing, trouble shooting, standardising and improving existing production equipment, fixtures and hardware designs.
- Create prototypes on Solid Works to develop concepts and design improvements
- Liaise with third party tooling manufacturers on drawing queries, tolerance stack-ups and updating approved drawings.
- Assist ME’s in design methods, part sourcing and associated documentation.
- Ability to create 3D printed prototypes.
- Interface with a variety of personnel and with outside vendors when necessary while performing the above.
- The ability to work to tight timelines when the situation requires while delivering solutions.
- Assists in driving material changes to increasing tooling & hardware timelines.
- Build Quality into all aspects of work by maintaining compliance to all quality requirements.
- Requires a Leaving Certificate level education an NCEA Certificate / Diploma in Mechanical / Production / Manufacturing / Mechatronics Engineering and / or Senior Trades.
- A strong knowledge of design for manufacture (DFM) essential.
- 6 + years’ experience in a modern design environment with previous experience in some of the following: AutoCAD; solid works, tolerance analysis, etc.
- Proven experience in tooling design including computer aided tooling / fixture design, build and implementation.
- Ability to work on own with minimum supervision.
- Good interpersonal and communication skills.
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