Senior Mechanical Design Engineer, ECD
|学歴 Degree in a science or engineering discipline||使用言語 English|
What will your job look like
Working as part of our ECD (Electrochemical Deposition) team, the primary responsibilities of this role will be to develop hardware for bump electroplating.
This will involve generating new hardware concepts/designs, liaising with external project partners/suppliers and carrying out hands-on hardware testing. Additional responsibilities will include writing technical documents for both internal and external use.
The successful applicant will be joining a project, which could herald a completely new product type for the company. Success would trigger the formation of a whole new department hence there is potential for rapid career progression. This position could involve a minimal amount of international travel e.g. visiting suppliers.
- Mechanical design projects from concept to release as product.
- Designing mechanical components to operate in a fluid environment.
- Working in multi-disciplined project teams for systems design.
- Pneumatic systems design.
- Obsolescence engineering.
- Producing key reports from first principles to meet regulation requirements.
- Other documentation – Service Bulletins, Procedures, Reports, Engineering Drawings
What you will need to succeed
Applicants should be educated to a minimum of degree level in a science or engineering discipline. Applicants should have experience of CAD across a broad range of mechanical and electromechanical applications. Preference will be given to candidates with good working knowledge of Solid Edge Software (ideally >2yrs experience) and experience of large complex systems with a high degree of interdependency between components.
Other preferred attributes are:
- Strong CAD skills (Ideally Solid Edge).
- Experience of large complex systems with a high degree of interdependency between components.
- Experience of designing to industry standards (ideally SEMI standards)
- The willingness to take CAD designs through to test assembly.
- Experience of trouble shooting mechanical assemblies.
- Experience of industrial fluidic networks i.e. knowledge of pumps, valves, tubes, pneumatics and couplings.
- Good analytical skills & a logical, pro-active approach to problem solving.
- The ability to work both autonomously and as part of a small team.
- A flexible work ethic with the ability to shift from desk based design to practical hands-on work as required.