Who we are
Fikst, a ReBuild Manufacturing company is a growing product design and engineering consulting firm located in Woburn, MA , We work with leading-edge clients to develop their technology, design their products, and bring those products to production. Fikst's areas of expertise include biomedical instruments and consumables, microfluidics, specialty plastic design, optics, industrial automation, and design for manufacturing. We have extensive in-house rapid prototyping capability including CNCs, 3D printers and laser cutters, all of which helps facilitate our ability to prototype and innovate fast.
Who is Re:Build Manufacturing?
At Re:Build Manufacturing we're rebuilding America's manufacturing base and creating meaningful, sustainable jobs in areas that have been deindustrialized over the past 20-30 years. Our strategy is to employ technology, systems, deep financial resources, and best management practices to compete and win as manufacturers in the global market. We are NOT private equity. We do not buy companies with the intention of selling them. Over the next decades, we want to make a difference in the US Manufacturing economy and the communities in which we operate. We believe in the power of people and the long-term competitive advantage that can be derived from helping our employees achieve their fullest potential.
We are looking for a dynamic mechanical engineer to join our experienced team focused on supporting a world-class industrial automation client. The project work is diverse, but focuses on mechanical design, human-machine interfaces, and deploying large complex systems at scale. Candidates should be excellent technical problem solvers who are able to communicate their ideas in a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities include hands-on prototyping, brainstorming, 3D modeling, technical drawings, tolerances analysis, design-for-manufacturing, and much more. Experience with sheet metal, machined parts, and a broad understanding of high volume manufacturing processes is a plus. Candidates must be excited by challenges and driven to learn about and develop new technologies.
What you bring to the team
3-8 years design experience.
Broad technical background and the desire to learn more.
Industrial automation experience.
3D CAD experience (Solidworks preferred).
Experience with a wide range of manufacturing processes (e.g. injection molding, machining, sheet metal, casting, etc.).
Eligible to work in the U.S.
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