CAD Design Engineer - Catia V5

Job type:
on-site
Start:
24/04/2017
Duration:
6 months+
From:
Modis
Place:
Oxfordshire
Date:
03/30/2017
Country:
flag_no United Kingdom
project ID:
1316105

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Modis are currently recruiting for a CAD Design Engineer for an Automotive Tier 1 supplier based in Oxford. Working on a number of projects with OEMs, you will be an important part of the Automotive team designing for manufacture display screens.

As the team is halfway into the project, this role is likely to be extended a number of times.

Having worked with this company over the last few years, Modis are well placed to guide you through the process and support you should the application prove successful.

The client is looking for a degree educated professional who has worked in either the Automotive or Consumer Electronics industries and comfortable with transferring their skill set and experiences to aid the project team. As well as this, the successful candidate must be comfortable liaising with customers and suppliers.

Key Skills/experiences required:
*3 years+ experience development of Catia v5 3D model according to customer requirement
*3 years+ experience preparation of 2D drawings according to customer and supplier requirements specified GD&T approach.
*Development of Catia v5 (or similar CAD package) CAD data to automotive standards which involves complex geometric class A plastic surfaces
*Design is for high volume, high quality mass production automotive products, which includes injection moulded plastics and stamped metal parts.
*Occasional Customer support for conference calls to explain the design (3D model or 2D drawings)

If this is a position that could be of interest and you have the required skills and experiences, please get in contact by calling the Modis Bristol office, or clicking on the Apply button below.

We can provide all information over the phone and send through full job specifications once discussed initially.