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Posted: Sunday, February 4, 2018 1:36 PM

Job Description
One of the worlds leading heavy:truck manufacturers is looking for an electrical engineer to join their team
RESPONSIBILITIES:
:Design and develop vehicle 3D wire harnesses, clipping and brackets to mount components and systems using Siemens NX CAD..
:Coordinate and execute the packaging development and documentation for all Mechatronics owned electrical /electronic devices and their mounting systems.
:Create and maintain detailed part and assembly drawings.
:Assist with selection of proper materials, tolerances, finishes, fasteners and production methods.
:Analyze and provide creative, technically sound solutions to problems encountered in validation and production.
:Apply Client and industry drafting and design standards, including GD and T.
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
:Mechanical or Electrical Engineering degree or related engineering degree preferred but not required.
:Siemens NX CAD experience required
:Create 3D wire harnesses, clipping and brackets to mount electrical components.
:Previous electrical and electronics packaging experience preferred.
:A general knowledge of automotive systems preferred.
:Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as personal computer office automation skills are required. Company Description
For the past 20 years, OLSA Resources has been a renowned supplier of top talent to Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States.
OLSA Resources is recognized as one of the top 50 Woman:Owned Businesses, and has received the Best of Portland Engineering Award.
Please bookmark our webpage to refer to during your career search as we are adding new opportunities daily: olsaresources/

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• Location: Portland

• Post ID: 26527437 portland
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