CAD Designer 15-0050

Company Name:
Cummins Bridgeway, LLC
Support product development efforts with overall responsibilities for safety, productivity, quality, team development and other product development activities. Identify and lead continuous improvement in the areas of safety, quality and efficiency.
Support the development of diesel and natural gas power units by providing design services for new product and new applications.
Provide design support from initial concept to final release of new product.
Support project timelines to assure that projects are completed as scheduled.
Utilize and develop engineering standards and procedures to maintain consistent performance and on-time delivery of projects.
Create and maintain complex CAD models.
Participate in the product release process.
Utilize Creo 2 software as a design tool to develop new Cummins Power Products models, with 3D CAD for the product models and 2D CAD for the part production models.
Aide in upkeep of Windchill data management system.
2D print checking
Ensure that all components meet or exceed Cummins application guidelines.
Maintain a high level of accountability for quality and quantity of work performed.
Work well in a team based environment.
Other duties as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Bachelor degree desired, or as an alternate, Associates degree plus related design expertise.
Expertise in Creo 2 design software and design systems.
History of solid design innovation performance.
High mechanical aptitude and ability to apply sound design principles. Electrical background a plus.
Knowledge and work experience with gas and/or diesel engines.
Skills and Abilities:
Expertise in system integration.
Superior interpersonal skills.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Proficient in AutoCAD, Creo 2, and Windchill.
GD&T standards
Proficient in windows based Microsoft Office programs.
Knowledge of practical applications of engineering science and technology.

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