Join the Winning Team at ATS Test Systems! Join an environment where a passion for innovation is combined with an uncompromised commitment to quality.
We attract some of the most talented and motivated individuals from a range of fields, with our competitive total rewards package, global offering and growth opportunities as we expand on a global scale.
Our Mechanical Design team at our Test Division located in Woodbridge, Ontario is looking for two Senior Mechanical Designers to join our team.
MAJOR DUTIES :
Investigate alternative design methods and improve existing methods based on direction from the Manager of Mechanical Design.
Mentor Intermediate and Junior Designers.
Prepare concepts and complete design packages.
Prepare and present internal and external design reviews.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES :
Assist in developing design and department standards.
Design and detail parts and assemblies related to Test Machines.
Assist implementing or achieving corporate and department objectives (i.e. new developments, policies, etc.).
Lead the mechanical design effort on various projects delegating tasks to other Mechanical Designers.
Manage documentation, including quotes, drawing registers, correspondence, requisitions, drawings, schedules, etc..
Responsible for communicating time estimates and resource requirements on design tasks to the Manager of Mechanical Design and project Managers.
Review electrical requirements with Electrical Designers.
Attend and present design reviews.
Provide assistance during the manufacture of parts, bench and floor assembly, debug and integration.
Perform engineering calculations with respect to strength of materials, speeds, horsepower, temperature, pressure, force, etc.
as related to machine and tool designs.
Analyzes engineering drawings, and specifications to determine shape, dimensions, hardness etc. in the development of equipment, processes and products.
Drafts working drawings, detail drawings and bills of materials for equipment, subassemblies or product, using AutoCad and Solid Works.
Determines tools, fixtures and equipment to be used in fabrication and assembly of components and complete assemblies.
Examines project instructions and drawings to determine test specifications, procedures, objectives, test equipment and problems involved in designing, changing or rearranging materials.
Formalizes and update drawing documentation.
Check drawings for accuracy, material selection, proper machining techniques, finishes, hardness, etc.
Liaison with customers and in-house technical and engineering staff.
Liaison with vendors for technical information and specifications.
Create drawings of existing tooling through the use of precision measuring devices such as verniers and micrometers.
Adhere to the ISO Operating Procedures for the Mechanical Design and Fabrication departments.
Ensures that all business activities are performed with the highest ethical standards and in compliance with the ATS code of business conduct.
Adhere to all health and safety rules and procedures.
Education : Post-secondary diploma or degree in mechanical design, mechanical engineering or equivalent.
Experience : Minimum of 10 years’ experience as a Mechanical Designer.
Why join ATS?
RSP with employer match
Comprehensive benefits (including health, dental, employee assistance program)
Special discount program on products and services including gym membership discount
Free gourmet beverages - coffee, tea, etc. We enjoy Treat Day often!
BBQs and other social events throughout the year
Work with other bright, talented people and discover opportunities for professional growth
Be a part of a global organization that is a leader in its industry
And much more!
ATS is in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA), 2005 and will, upon request, assist those who may require specific accommodations due to a personal disability.
We would ask that those who require assistance to notify our offices as soon as possible if accommodation is necessary.