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Mechanical Designer/Engineer - Sheet Metal at Vertiv Corporation in Columbus, Ohio

Posted in Architecture 30+ days ago.

Type: Full-Time





Job Description:

Description

The Mechanical Designer/Engineer primarily works on Engineered-to-Order (ETO) design projects to meet customer requirements in a team environment. These designs will typically be large Power Distribution Cabinets and Power Switching Cabinets for use in data centers. Will be required to meet project goals such as schedule, manufacturability, and cost. This position will consist of creating designs, drawings, bills of material, and processing Engineering Change Orders.

 
Responsibilities:

  • Create 3D models using sheet metal and part modeling functionality in CAD

  • Create complex drawings and bills of material for sheet metal, bus bar, and assemblies.

  • Write, submit, release Engineering changes to new and released product documentation in CAD and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) database using our revision control system.

  • Work with cross functional groups with the same goals for the project.

  • Ability to interpret agency design standards (Such as UL) for our products.

  • Create order list for prototype units and ensure material is received with Project Managers.

  • Work with ETO Engineering Supervisor for task lists and priorities.

  • Interact with ETO team members to efficiently breakdown tasks, discuss design ideas, and work through issues.

  • Occasional contact with outside vendors and suppliers as needed.

  • General knowledge of single and three phase power.

  • Able to interpret schematics with electrical components such as fuses and circuit breakers.

Requirements


  • Bachelor?s Degree in Mechanical Engineering and 3-5 years of relevant experience OR Associates Degree in Mechanical Engineering and 5-7 years of relevant experience

  • 3D CAD experience is a must; prefer Solid Edge or Creo with sheet metal experience.

  • Agile PLM experience is a plus, but willing to train.

  • Simulation experience is a plus (ANSYS, thermal/airflow)

  • Must have good planning, organizing, documentation and communication skills. 

  • Must be team-oriented and able to work in a fast-paced work environment.