The Technical Designer 2 is located within our Design Engineering organization, and will require working closely with engineers, proposal managers, project managers, project engineers, and shop personnel. The scope of work includes utility boiler products as well as related auxiliary equipment such as flues and ducts, piping, fans, tanks, steel, etc.
Utilize the latest 2D and 3D CAD technology (such as AutoCAD, SolidWorks and/or SmartPlant) to prepare basic arrangement drawings, 3D models and basic assembly/details drawings/models for basic component parts.
Interface with other engineering disciplines to acquire data for projects.
Calculate expansion movements, clearances for equipment, heating surfaces, secondary supports, stiffeners, pressure part calculations (PVD Program), etc.
Work from information at proposal stage, early contract, or final design stages.
Perform in one or more of the following areas with direction from a Senior Technical Designer or Supervisor: creation of proposals, creation of arrangement model/drawings, creation of models and detail/assembly drawings for both non-pressure part and Pressure part components.
Translate/apply design requirements from CAD data base, contract information sheets, customer specifications, proposal drawings, P&ID's, flow diagrams and other data into actual product design or details.
Determine appropriate views, sections and orientation on drawings to be made for the purpose of showing necessary information in the most effective manner.
Assure that drawings prepared comply with proposal requests or contract specifications and all applicable company and industry standards.
Develop arrangements involving multiple in-house engineering disciplines which are used to direct downstream detail activities of other engineering groups and/or the Customers A/E (Architect/Engineer).
Verify drawing accuracy concerning such items as dimensions, fits, and tolerances.
Review and comment on vendor equipment drawings per contract requirements.
Involved in part time checking of arrangements and/or assembly/detail drawings as required.
The Babcock & Wilcox Company