Position Summary / Responsibilities
Designs components or portions of systems and modifies existing designs to develop or improve products and facilitate manufacturing operations. Utilizes computer-aided design equipment and/or graphic tools such as, CAD, CAM or CATIA. Gathers information, makes studies, computes calculations, and prepares original rough layouts, sketches to present design proposal. Coordinates design criteria with engineering, manufacturing, tooling, material, and planning group such as ease of manufacture, availability of materials, and contractual specifications. Exclude classifications in which incumbents predominantly perform drafting assignments.
Associate's or other 2 year technical degree in related discipline and 3 years of related experience.
These positions will support the creation of electronic drawings for submarine mechanical systems. Individuals in this role will perform mechanical component, equipment, specification trade studies and prepare arrangement recommendations for the design of mechanical systems in support of the Columbia Class submarine program.
1st Shift (7:30 to 4:00), Lunch is 12:00 to 12:30. 10%-15% overtime encouraged.
Candidates submitted should have experience with the below:
• Strong 3D Modeling Skills, 3D spatial awareness and drawing layout skills;
• Knowledge in GD&T (ASME Y14.5-2009) and development of Digital Product Practices in accordance with ASME Y14.41-2012;
• Understanding of welding, hydraulics, and electrical interfaces as they apply to mechanical components;
• Capable of interfacing with Engineering to understand design requirements of various mechanical systems and lead other designers in the development of these systems to meet the requirements; and
• Coordinate discussions and incorporate design aspects with manufacturing, tooling, materials and planning trades.
• Designer level 4 candidates should have prior experience in Checking Mechanical designs developed using ASME Y14.5-2009 specification.
Confidential clearance is highly desired