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As a Mechanical Engineer you will be responsible for mechanical design of communication electronics products and test fixtures, from conceptual design and analysis through transition to production, for defense and commercial applications. You will also create solid models of equipment, analyze hardware as required to meet customer environment, and assist with product testing. You will be working on ground and mobile antenna mechanical development.
Bachelor of Science or higher in Mechanical Engineering and/or a related field
Experience with standard industry 3D CAD software
Basic knowledge of industry standard drafting practices
Proficiency with Matlab, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
US Citizenship required
Up to 10% travel
Geometric Design & Tolerancing (GD&T) Knowledge
Familiarity with SolidWorks CAD software
Working knowledge of metal fabrication processes, especially machining, casting, welding, and sheet forming processes