|Job Ref:||204718319||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Leicester||Address:||Post Code:||LE1||Salary:||£35000 - £45000/annum + Holidays + Pension + Benefits||Post Date:||02/10/2016 04:31|
Mechanical Design Engineer (Jigs and Fixture)|
£35,000 to £45,000 + Holidays + Statuary Pension + Benefits Package
Senior Mechanical Design Engineer required to work for a specialist manufacturer that are succession planning! You will have future progression opportunities as the current Senior Designer is looking to retire in the next few years as the company continues to expand.
To apply for the role you must have strong ability in any 3D Mechanical design package as the company are willing to train you on their preferential package of Solid Edge. It would be highly advantageous for the candidate to have started off in a workshop capacity holding hands on experience of CNC machinery, gauges, etc, however this is not a prerequisite.
You will predominantly spend your time designing jigs and fixtures from concept through to completion, whilst also being involved in costings and quotations, and client liaison.
The company boasts an excellent reputation and you will be joining a small but highly skilled, personable team. They are well known in the industry for producing high quality tools with an impressive number of consistent clients. The company are continuing to grow in their industry and have recently joined a larger group which has now given them the financial backing to propel their influence in the industry to a higher level.
* Tool fixture design using 3D Solidedge.
* Quotations and costings as necessary.
* Customer facing role.
* Degree or similar qualification.
* Experience in jig and fixture design.
* 3D CAD experience on ANY package (company use Solidedge).
* Will ideally have experience of managing a team or will want to become a future leader.
* Hands on workshop experience of CNC machinery, gauges, etc would be beneficial however this is not a prerequisite