Mechanical Engineer – Automotive (Nacar HQ)
Our Mechanical Design Engineer will: Design and develop state of the art mechanical components for automotive industry which meet customer requirements and follow our processes and industry standards.
The Mechanical Design Engineer responsibilities include:
Must demonstrate abilities or experience in:
- Design and development of products from concept to production in an automotive environment.
- Customer satisfaction in term of performance (design to requirements).
- Development of project plans and delivery within agreed plans and timelines.
- In vehicle investigations and concept evaluation.
- Tolerance investigations and stack up analysis.
- Detailed Drawings and Drawing Control inc.
- Interfacing across a multidisciplinary environment.
- Supplier and customer interfacing.
- Problem solving techniques and methodical approaches to same.
- Operating within a high volume manufacturing environment.
- Designing to budget.
- Tooling and moulding - ability to identify and suggest part improvements.
- Using 3D CAD - Catia V5 R16 onwards.
- Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent.
- A high degree of organisation and enthusiasm and the ability to communicate competently across all working levels; Management activities, interaction with OEM Customers and other Departments and branches within the company.
- Demonstrate innovation and creativity.
- Mindset of continuous improvement.
- Minimum 5 years experience in an relevant engineering role.
- Automotive industry experience preferred but not necessary.
- Knowledge of developing automotive cameras is a distinct advantage.
- Exposure to or experience with: Vehicle/Product verification organising, analysis and report writing injection moulding, metal casting, metal forming, adhesives and prototype-manufacturing.
- DFMEA techniques.
- DFM/DFA techniques.
- PDCA type techniques.
- Design Review Procedures.
- BOM Creation.
- Working within quality systems i.e. ISO9001 / TS16949.
- Experienced in MS Project, MS Excel, MS Word and MS Power Point.
- Interpretation of the results from Simulation Reports.