Mechanical Engineer II

  • 1629 Old South 5, Camdenton, MO 65020, USA
  • Full-time
  • FLSA Status: Exempt

Company Description

ITW EAE is a division of the Illinois Tools Works, Inc. (NYSE: ITW), a Fortune 200 global industrial manufacturer with operations in 58 countries. ITW EAE is a developer and provider of capital equipment used in electronics manufacturing, and is found in premier printed circuit board (PCB) assembly facilities the world over. ITW EAE comprised with industry-leading brands: MPM stencil printing equipment for electronic materials; Camalot Systems fluid dispensers; Electrovert reflow soldering, wave soldering, and curing, and cleaning equipment; Vitronic Soltec selective soldering, reflow soldering and wave soldering equipment; and Despatch industrial oven and furnaces.

Job Description

The Mechanical Engineer position will incorporate level of competency in all areas of the R&D spectrum.  This includes the following:

·         Document and communicate cross-functional issues from the applications position

·         Create engineering test procedures and plans

·         Document and instruct personnel on engineering project specific to process       applications

·         Design new equipment and special options.

·         Proficient with Solid Works, 2D and 3D applications.

·         Understand costing and bill of material standards.


B.S. in Mechanical Engineering discipline with 5-10yrs. experience in Mechanical Engineering

Additional Information

Essential Functions:

  • Modify existing System layout drawings for Sales and Marketing support.
  • Create new System layout drawings for Sales and Marketing support.
  • Receive and respond to request for System Layout Drawings & 3-D Models.
  • Modify existing manufacturing drawings & BOM/Cut list based on 3-D Model updates or verbal instructions. To include all fabrication, machining and inspections requirements.
  • Create new manufacturing drawings from existing SolidWorks Part & Assembly models. Drawings to include all fabrication, machining and inspections requirements as well as BOM/Cut list.
  • Create new Part & Assembly models.
  • Study sales load requests against standard product specifications to determine feasibility. Make recommendations on appropriate standard products.
  • Conduct testing and record results for new designs.
  • Modify current product and service manuals from written or verbal instructions.

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