The Mechanical Engineer will provide engineering support within Calspan's Automotive Test Operations Group. A customer centric, close knit, hardworking, accountable and responsible team who leverage their strong technical aptitude and experience to provide world-class automotive crash test services.
At Calspan, we promote an environment that empowers employees and encourages innovation. Our management team enables a strong sense of teamwork with each endeavor, where successes are shared and lessons learned. The company's talent brand, "Be Calspan", incorporates our company values to be Inclusive, Accountable and Innovative and our commitment to drive every individual to - Be Developed, Be Balanced, Be Connected, Be Community and Be Recognized. Our culture promotes a positive atmosphere and competitive can-do method of action. There is a pride and a sense of ownership en-grained in each of our employees with every task set before them.
Description for Mechanical Engineer:
Create two-dimensional and three-dimensional concept layouts of unique, one-off test fixtures and hardware
Support analysis of feasibility, design, operation and performance of mechanical equipment systems.
Support the development of new applications and test procedures.
Support the development of technical documentation including engineering plans, requirements definition, test procedures, installation design plans and related technical reports. Maintain engineering drawings
Provide guidance to technicians in fabrication, installation and operations of mechanical and related equipment and systems.
Preferred Education / Experience for Mechanical Engineer:
Preferred Knowledge / Ability for Mechanical Engineer:
Strong analytical skills in the area of machine design and stress analysis
Proficient with CAD software; Autodesk Inventor or equivalent
Perform basic design, layout, test and evaluation of mechanical and electromechanical systems and components
Read and interpret engineering plans and specifications
Define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions
Interpret a variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and manage abstract and concrete variables