- Mechanical engineering
- ASME codes & standards
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Disability insurance
- 401(k) 5% Match
- 401(k) matching
We need a passionate mechanical design engineer who enjoys solving electro-mechanical challenges.
We’ll supply the challenging work, smart customers, and dynamic, motivated team for you to work with.
LMS is a growing company with a big mission: to deliver best-in-industry fuel measurement & management solutions for aerospace and defense applications. We design, develop, certify, and manufacture electro-mechanical systems and components, each to meet technical requirements unique to the aircraft.
We are agile. We are responsive. The structure and rigor of aerospace is in everything we do.
Our Vermont location is close to Burlington and Lake Champlain, with easy access to nearby ski areas, hiking trails, bike paths, river and lake kayaking and other outdoor activities. We are just a 30-minute drive from Burlington International Airport.
You will be responsible for the design, development, testing and validation of high-reliability electro-mechanical subassemblies, assemblies and systems and test equipment. The position requires the ability to follow a rigorous development process from initial concept to product delivery.
Some projects require analysis of complex customer technical requirements to determine a design approach, characteristics and details.
R&D projects begin with a problem statement, and the development of a technical approach and requirements, followed by the design and development process. You will adapt and improve existing designs and technologies, but also at times develop new products.
You must be proficient in SolidWorks or equivalent CAD software, and experienced in the creation of complete design packages, including drawings and models of components and assemblies, parts list drawings, BOMs, etc. Should be trained in ASME GD&T Standard Y14.5 or equivalent. Should be familiar with MIL-STD 810 and DO-160 environmental design and test standards.
In addition to design tasks, you will also prepare various plans, analyses and reports, including qualification test plans, procedures and reports, FMEA, FEA, etc. You will contribute to and participate in technical design reviews (PDR, CDR, TRR, etc).
Your ability to work well within a project team is essential - collaborating, innovating and problem-solving internally with electrical and software engineers as well as with customers.
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, and minimum 3 years of work experience. Aerospace industry experience preferred. Must be a US person.
NOW IN OUR 9TH YEAR AS A BEST PLACE TO WORK IN VERMONT
Besides a great team to work with, LMS offers Cigna OpenAccessPlus health insurance with HRA, life, accident, AD&D, STD, LTD, dental and vision insurance. generous PTO (including year-end paid shut-down), alternate work schedule, flex time, remote and hybrid-remote options - plus vacation stipend, tuition reimbursement, wellness stipend, 401K with max 5% LMS contribution.
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