Mechanical Design Engineer (Automation) - Cary, IL

Coilcraft, Inc., founded in 1945, is an established worldwide organization specializing in the manufacturing of magnetic components. We are seeking an individual to join our team in Oregon, IL and provide engineering and design expertise to Coilcraft projects, working within the engineering automation department, supervising smaller projects or leading larger complex projects.


Responsibilities:



  • Design automation for a variety of products and assemblies using knowledge of electronic controls, pneumatic actuators, mechanical systems, and operator interfaces.

  • Develop new automation concepts/specifications or make improvements to existing products with input from a number of sources (i.e., manufacturing, purchasing, engineering, marketing, etc.).

  • Guide the design effort in creating prototype and production drawings.

  • Evaluate products, parts, or processes for cost efficiency and reliability.

  • Set, implement and maintain schedules to ensure project completion.

  • Review initial run of the automation for design compliance and makes appropriate changes to ensure product compliance.

  • Follow the product and makes requested automation changes and corrections throughout the life of the product.

  • Provide technical support by providing information and answers to other engineers, departments and customers.


Job Requirements:



  • Bachelor's degree in design engineering or related field

  • 5+ years of recent mechanical design experience in a manufacturing environment

  • 5+ years proficiency in Solid Works

  • Design experience at a component level and complete machine/systems design.

  • Experience with laser/industrial welding and optics a big plus


We Offer:



  • Affiliation with a worldwide company with a reputation for quality

  • Excellent growth opportunities for high achievers

  • A market competitive salary

  • Benefits including health, dental and life insurance, holidays, vacation building to 4 weeks in 10 years, sick time, 401(k) with company match and profit sharing


EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled


This position may require compliance with ITAR export regulations, applicants must be US citizens or permanent resident status.


Coilcraft, Inc., founded in 1945, is an established worldwide organization specializing in the manufacturing of magnetic components. We are seeking an individual to join our team in Oregon, IL and provide engineering and design expertise to Coilcraft projects, working within the engineering automation department, supervising smaller projects or leading larger complex projects.


Responsibilities:



  • Design automation for a variety of products and assemblies using knowledge of electronic controls, pneumatic actuators, mechanical systems, and operator interfaces.

  • Develop new automation concepts/specifications or make improvements to existing products with input from a number of sources (i.e., manufacturing, purchasing, engineering, marketing, etc.).

  • Guide the design effort in creating prototype and production drawings.

  • Evaluate products, parts, or processes for cost efficiency and reliability.

  • Set, implement and maintain schedules to ensure project completion.

  • Review initial run of the automation for design compliance and makes appropriate changes to ensure product compliance.

  • Follow the product and makes requested automation changes and corrections throughout the life of the product.

  • Provide technical support by providing information and answers to other engineers, departments and customers.


Job Requirements:



  • Bachelor's degree in design engineering or related field

  • 5+ years of recent mechanical design experience in a manufacturing environment

  • 5+ years proficiency in Solid Works

  • Design experience at a component level and complete machine/systems design.

  • Experience with laser/industrial welding and optics a big plus


We Offer:



  • Affiliation with a worldwide company with a reputation for quality

  • Excellent growth opportunities for high achievers

  • A market competitive salary

  • Benefits including health, dental and life insurance, holidays, vacation building to 4 weeks in 10 years, sick time, 401(k) with company match and profit sharing


EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled


This position may require compliance with ITAR export regulations, applicants must be US citizens or permanent resident status.




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