Life cycle tool design for FAR 145 Repair Station and CATIA V
Education and Experience Requirements:Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering, a related curriculum, or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Three (3) years drafting/design experience to include documented experience in a tool shop or machine shop environment. Three (3) years Tool Design experience. One (1) year CAD/CATIA experience.
Performs engineering work related to the design of tools and equipment used in the manufacture and support of Gulfstream aircraft. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Essential Functions: 1. Under minimal supervision, design, tolerance and annotate tooling in 3D CAD environment that will be used in the manufacture and support of Gulfstream aircraft. 2. Collaborate with engineering, manufacturing engineering and operations to determine optimal manufacturing procedures. 3. Present design concepts to a design review team composed of representatives from manufacturing engineering, industrial engineering, operations, safety and other Tool Design Engineers. 4. Review and check Tool Designs, as required, to ensure conformance to specifications, intent, methods and procedures. 5. Write procedures on use of tools. Additional Functions: 1. Actively works to improve daily processes, and ensures all work meets customer requirements. 2. Assist Tool shop as needed, during Periodic and Conformity Inspections. 3. Assist in formulating Tool Design policies, procedures, and specifications as required. 4. Perform other duties as required. Other Requirements: 1. Must possess strong CAD/CATIA modeling skills and have a clear understanding of GD&T. 2. Demonstrated knowledge of materials, material strengths, heat treat method and uses. 3. Ability to conceptualize the following with minimal supervision. assembly tooling, composite tooling, machine tooling, handling equipment, and scaffolding.
Languages Required (in addition to English): No Selection