Graduate Mechanical Design Engineer

  • Company:
    SCOTT
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    7 hours ago
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The Opportunity:We have an exciting opportunity for a recent engineering graduate to join our Christchurch team in January 2022 on a full – time, 24-month training period. The central focus of this opportunity will be to provide you with exposure to various aspects of the automation field, specifically the many principles of engineering design at Scott Technology which will continue to grow technical depth and knowledge within the company. Key areas of responsibility include: Converting design briefs as supplied into design details and working drawings of the required standard in a timely manner. Converting control functional descriptions and machine timing charts as supplied into software of the required standard in a timely manner. Specifying purchasing materials and components constituting part of the equipment designed, always endeavouring to minimise their cost by every means possible. Liaising with the workshop during the construction of any equipment designed to ensure smooth and trouble-free manufacturing. Assisting as required with the commissioning of Scott equipment both in the workshop and at the clients’ site. Assisting in promotional and educational activities – this could include but is not limited to assisting with: career fairs, university campus employer presentations and student visits. You will have:A basic understanding of industrial machinery.A Tertiary qualification – either diploma or degree in Mechanical Design engineering.An understanding of automated industrial machinery, including basic knowledge of electrical, electronic, hydraulic, pneumatic control systems.Some experience of Robotic / electromechanical control systems.Knowledge and experience using PC based applications (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel etc.).Knowledge of CAD applications (their advantages and limitations), with intent of using Autocad/Draftsight (2D) and Solidworks (3D).A current driver’s license and the right to live and work permanently in New Zealand.