You are a highly motivated Mechanical Engineer who loves nothing more than seeing products you helped design and build change the lives of everyday consumers. You are looking for a small, smart and fast-moving team where everyone makes a difference every day. We are that team.
We have an opening for a Mech.E. with experience in both rapid prototyping and engineering for large-scale production. Mastery of Solidworks or similar CAD tools is required. Hands-on experience with both additive and subtractive prototyping in a variety of materials is important, as is the ability to select between in-house processes and external vendors, taking cost, quality, and lead time tradeoffs into account. Modeling of heat transfer, heat sinking, insulation and cooling systems are also key components of the job. Experience with electromechanical consumer products is highly desired. If there is a new technology out there that could make our product better, you are eager to learn it and figure out how to apply it.
Our team is small and cross-functional. You will work on many parts of each product you are involved in. You will select materials and components, produce CAD files and assembly drawings, build and test prototypes, and do final DFM work on production parts. You will also work with suppliers and contract manufacturers to ensure we deliver the best possible product to our customers.
You will get a chance to not just make engineering decisions, but drive product direction by interacting with industrial designers, electrical engineers, marketers, product managers, software engineers, and executives. There is some travel, mostly up and down the west coast. We have team members on the ground overseas, so it will not be necessary for you to travel internationally on anything more than an occasional basis.
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