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Mechanical Engineer 2

Job Title: Mechanical Engineer 2
Job Location: Mossville, IL
Job Description:
The main function of a mechanical engineer is to research and investigate the design, functionality and maintenance of mechanical products, equipment, systems and processes. A typical mechanical engineer has the ability to make engineering drawings, and read and interpret blueprints.
Job Responsibilities:
·         Research, design, develop, manufacture, and test tools, engines, machines and other mechanical devices.
·         Research and analyze customer design proposals, specifications, manuals to determine time and cost feasibility to complete projects.
·         Investigate equipment failures and difficulties to diagnose faulty operation and make recommendation to maintenance crew.
·         Assist drafters in developing the structural design of products using tools, equipment or software.
Education & Experience Required:
·         Five years’ experience minimum required (education and experience in both ME & EE engineering domains is preferred)
·         Bachelor's degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or Mechatronics engineering required
·         Will consider Master’s in Mechanical, Electrical, or Mechatronics engineering as two years’ experience toward requirement
·         PhD would be considered overqualified
Technical Skills
·         Previous experience with typical computer applications and software related to engineering field.
·         Understanding of engine and emission control systems.
·         Candidates who have work experience with similar products will be passed through. - Air/Fluid electrical valves, Torque Motor, engine control valves, etc.
·         Understanding of electricity & magnetism and how it is applied to actuate mechanical and hydraulic mechanisms.
·         Ability to create detailed & actionable verification and validation test plans from product knowledge and a high-level understanding of application risk.