Engineering

Engineering
Job Category: ENGINEERING/INDUSTRIAL/SUPPORT

Job Code: SUCSEE36211
Date: 09-14-2022
Job Description :

SUMMARY:

The main function of a mechanical assembly technician is to build, test, and repair devices under the direction of engineering staff. A mechanical technician helps engineers design, test, and manufacture consumer products, test fixtures, and other equipment.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Work with product development and sustaining engineering teams to assemble, test, and validate new product designs.
  • Assemble engineering prototype devices in low/medium quantity. Devices include complex mechanical, electrical, and optical assemblies.
  • Document and maintain prototype parts inventory.
  • Perform prototype device sustaining activities, including repairs, maintenance, updates, and workflow management.
  • Design, fabricate, and assemble fixtures and other tooling for experiments and prototype assembly/test.
  • Perform laboratory experiments and document results.
  • Organize and maintain an engineering lab to ensure a clean, safe, and efficient workspace.
  • Perform DFM/DFA reviews and documentation of feedback.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Relevant vocational training or 5+ years of experience working in an equivalent role.
  • Hands-on mechanical and electro-mechanical assembly experience. Optical and ESD component assembly and handling experience preferred.
  • Experience with hand tools (drivers, drills, files, taps) and assembling of devices.
  • Experience with high accuracy measuring devices (micrometer, dial indicator, laser, etc.).
  • Experience with operating reliability test equipment (such as thermal chambers) and working with reliability engineers for planning, execution, and data collection.
  • Basic troubleshooting skills.
  • Able to work in a self-directed, hands-on manner with minimal direct supervision. Past experience working in production and/or service support environments preferred.
  • Team player with good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Read 2D engineering drawings; knowledge of 3D geometry and 2D drafting experience preferred (e.g. NX).
  • Proficient with MS Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook).

 

TOP 3 MUST-HAVE HARD SKILLS:

 

  • Hands-on mechanical and electro-mechanical assembly experience.
  • Experience with hand tools (drivers, drills, files, taps) and assembling of devices.
  • Basic mechanical and electrical troubleshooting skills.

 

GOOD TO HAVE SKILLS:

 

  • Optical and ESD component assembly and handling experience preferred.
  • Experience with high accuracy measuring devices (micrometer, dial indicator, laser, etc.).
  • Experience with operating reliability test equipment (such as thermal chambers) and working with reliability engineers for planning, execution, and data collection.
  • Able to work in a self-directed, hands-on manner with minimal direct supervision. Past experience working in production and/or service support environments preferred.
  • Read 2D engineering drawings; knowledge of 3D geometry and 2D drafting experience preferred (e.g. NX).

 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

 

  • Associate degree in engineering technology or related field required.

 

Job Tags: Hands-on mechanical and electro-mechanical assembly experience
Job Location: NE Redmond, WA