Job Description -
Tool Design Engineer III
- Performs engineering work related to the design of complex tools and equipment used in the manufacture and support of company aircraft.
- Performs engineering work related to the design of tools and equipment used in the manufacture and support of aircraft.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
- Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, a related curriculum required or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
- Four (4) years drafting/design experience to include documented experience in a tool or machine shop environment. Tool Design experience required.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Must be proficient in Catia V5
- Under minimal supervision, design, tolerance and annotate tooling in 3D CAD environment that will be used in the manufacture and support of Gulfstream aircraft.
- Collaborate with engineering, manufacturing engineering and operations to determine optimal manufacturing procedures.
- Present design concepts to a design review team composed of representatives from manufacturing engineering, industrial engineering, operations, safety and other Tool Design Engineers.
- Review and check Tool Designs, as required, to ensure conformance to specifications, intent, methods and procedures.
- Write complex procedures on use of tools.
- May act as Team Leader, assigning work tasks, maintaining work load schedules, and setting priorities to ensure timely completion of department goals and corporate objectives.
- Actively works to improve daily processes, and ensures all work meets customer requirements.
- Assist Tool shop as needed, during Periodic and Conformity Inspections.
- Assist in formulating Tool Design policies, procedures, and specifications as required.
- Must possess excellent CAD/CATIA modeling skills, have a strong understanding of GD&T.
- Demonstrated knowledge of materials, material strengths, heat treat method and uses.
- Ability to conceptualize the following with little or no supervision. Assembly tooling, Composite tooling, Machine tooling, handling equipment, and scaffolding.