CAD Designer


CAD Designer

Chanhassen, Minnesota, 55317
Pay Rate
$31.2 USD / hourly

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Job Description:


  • $31.20 per hour pay rate

  • Full Time

  • Contract - 6 months - 1 year

  • Schedule: M-F CST

  • Hybrid in Chanhassen, MN (3 days per week in office) after training

What's in it for you?

  • Health, Dental, Vision insurance offered

  • 401k options

  • Work with a great team!

Only considering candidates with the following:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (or Associate's Degree in Mechanical Engineering field + 5 years of relevant work experience)

  • Proficient in MS Office (Excel, Word).

  • Expert in the methods to read, edit and create P&ID's, schematics, and other product documentation.

  • Detailed knowledge of customer applications on relevant projects.

  • Expert in the areas of manufacturing and assembly as it pertains to assigned products and projects.

  • Expert in tools required for engineering and project execution including AutoCAD, Agile, SolidWorks and other engineering design systems. Knowledgeable of a broad range of tools that may be applicable to the discipline enabling decisions on implementation and improvement in existing systems.

  • Professional Solidworks certification level preferred.


  • Work with all disciplines on project teams to meet schedules and project deliverables. Includes participation in design and safety reviews, status updates and process documentation as needed.

  • Modify and create mechanical drawings from concepts and "red-lined" documents. Implement standard mechanical design and documentation.

  • Work in conjunction with the engineering team to ensure implementation of customer specifications.

  • Specify and source mechanical components for the equipment. Implement component selection standards.

  • Create / review mechanical Bills of Materials as required for accuracy and appropriate component selection.

  • Interface with production employees to assure high quality manufacturing and "Best Practices" in the assembly area.

  • Review and approve changes to the mechanical manufacturing processes and standards.

Full-time, Part-time


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