Design Engineer - LWL Hydraulics Team

Position Type: Contract - W-2 Job Duration: 2+ years

The world's largest manufacturer of heavy construction and earthmoving equipment seeks an experienced Design Engineer with strong Pro-E skills for an opening in Aurora, IL.

=B7 As a member of the Large Wheel Loader Hydraulics Team, the primary responsibility will be the use of Pro Piping/Fluid Lines to route & design hydraulic tubes and hoses on all systems (implement, steering, brakes, fan drive, etc) AND design associated component installation hardware such as manifolds and brackets. =B7 A secondary responsibility is hydraulic system analysis and ensuring that current assembly and field problems are resolved. =B7 Individual must be self-starter with high initiative. =B7 Travel: Very infrequent - possibly a day trip to Peoria on occasion.

Requirements: =B7 BS Mechanical or Agricultural Engineering =B7 2+ years Pro-e design experience =B7 Hydraulic systems experience, demonstrating the ability to recognize and analyze system interactions. =B7 Detailing and space engineering experience =B7 Demonstrated people skills, the ability to lead and work in a team environment, and good communication skills are required

Desired: =B7 Previous Pro Piping/Fluid Lines experience is a major bonus =B7 Knowledge of CDIM and HVC desktop applications is beneficial.

Please feel welcome to contact me directly to discuss your interest and background, and feel confident that when you leave a message, I'll return your call ASAP. At Zempleo, that's just how we do it.

Jody Kirchgessner Recruiter

Zempleo, Inc. in partnership with Volt Services Group

401 SW Water Street, Suite 203. Peoria IL 61602

Email: Telephone: (309) 495-2091 Fax: (309) 676-7928

Positions include a competitive benefits program. Candidates to whom positions are offered will be required to pass pre-employment drug screening and background investigation.

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