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Senior Mechanical Design Engineer

  • Location:

    Galway

  • Sector:

    Engineering, Mechanical

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    €65000 - €70000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Daniel Warby

  • Contact email:

    dwarby@pg-rec.com

  • Contact phone:

    +44 (0)121 796 1888

  • Job ref:

    V-142155

  • Published:

    2 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-12-24

  • Startdate:

    2021-11-24

Job Title: Senior Mechanical Design Engineer

Job Type: Permanent

Salary:  €65K - €70K

Location: Galway, Ireland (relocation support available)

Premier Engineering has engaged with a key client and a very exciting, fast paced and rapidly growing manufacturer and integrator of electrification systems. A specialist in design and development of new battery technology for various applications. Due to growth and expansion of the business a key opportunity has been established for a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer to join on a permanent basis.

We are searching for an engineer/leader who is passionate, who is innovative and has great ideas they wish to share.

YOUR CHALLENGE:
  • Conceptualisation of mechanical structures, assemblies and components of HV battery modules and packs.
  • Responsible for the conformance of the battery module mechanical system to agreed requirements.
  • Coordination and interaction with the other teams – system, electrical, mechanical, thermal, hardware, testing and sourcing – regarding results, deadlines and tasks.
  • Analysis and agreement of requirements in alignment with other teams (DFX).
  • Report to technical/mechanical lead on the status of projects.
  • Generate reports on mechanical related topics.
  • Be a key member of the risk management for battery module, pack design and related mechanical systems.
  • Agree and ensure development maturity milestones.
  • Writing of technical specifications for suppliers.
  • Detail mechanical design of the battery module and pack components.
  • Documentation of part specific requirements in drawings and RFQ.
  • Tracking of part related open points with suppliers and customers.
  • Part related lifecycle responsibility from concept, SOP and support to any open customer quality issues.
  • Be the first point of contact for specific, technical part related questions.
  • Detail mechanical design of the thermal system parts inside the system.
 

REQUIREMENTS:
  • Roughly 5+ years’ experience – but must have completed, at a senior level, at least 2 major electromechanical design and development projects from start to finish, ideally in large electromechanical products for batch and/or fully automated production.
  • Strong Mechanical Design experience in large electromechanical assemblies, ideally in automotive or aerospace.
  • Strong understanding of heat flows and cooling systems.
  • Excellent knowledge and understanding of materials, joining techniques and industrialization methods for mechanical systems.
  • Good understanding of electrical engineering requirements and its relationship with mechanical integration.
  • Skilled in GD&T and Tolerance analysis – simple stack and statistical.
  • Full appreciation of the development cycle – has understanding of approaches such as TQM, DFSS.
  • Team lead experience.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Quick and efficient issue management.
  • Strong personal responsibility.
  • Software: 5 years in CAD – SolidWorks or similar.
 
DESIRABLE:
  • HV Battery module design – detailed structural design.
  • DFSS green belt accreditation.
  • Software: FEA Ansys.
Sound interesting? Please contact Daniel Warby at Premier Engineering for further informaiton and apply!
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