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Equipment Design Engineer
Location: County Galway, Ireland
Permanent: €40-60k per annum, Contract: €Negotiable (6 months)
Are you an equipment design engineer with a significant background in machinery design who is interested in joining an automation systems integration engineering company at their facility in County Galway?
As an equipment design engineer, you will be responsible for:
1) Design and detailing of machine parts and assemblies in 3D
2) Specifying, Sourcing and selection of machine components
3) Creation and maintenance of design documentation such as BOM/installation/assembly documents.
4) Concept development for client projects.
5) Work cross-functionally with manufacturing, controls & automation teams to develop complex solutions.
1) Demonstrable background in machinery design or equipment design within an automation environment.
2) Specific design skills of complex machinery assemblies.
3) Ideally qualified to degree level in an engineering discipline.
4) 3D CAD design, preferably in SolidWorks - other packages will be considered too.
Both permanent and contractor solutions are being considered for this opportunity so if the spec fits you then please get in contact now to secure an interview.
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