I’m with a manufacturing company, Brooks Automation, up in Petaluma CA (North Bay). We are currently looking for someone who has general experience in Pro/E for a contract or internship position. I was wondering if there might be any recent DeAnza graduates, or anyone you would recommend we speak to. I’ve attached a general job description for your reference, and would be happy to post it on DeAnza’s career site if that would make sense. We’d like to get someone on board as quickly as possible. Thank you in advance for your assistance. Paige Wray HR Business Partner Brooks Automation, Inc. 3800 Lakeville Highway Petaluma CA 94954 (707) 769-7002 www.brooks.com Pro/E Mechanical Engineer If you are an experienced mechanical engineer with strong Pro/E experience, then we want to talk to you. You will be responsible for the design, development, modification, and evaluation of mechanical systems and equipment. You will conduct feasibility studies, test new and modified designs, and will be involved in all phases of development from initial concept to manufacturing. Responsibilities may include directing support personnel in the preparation and testing of a product or process design change. Requires mechanical engineering experience in a manufacturing environment, including recent hands on experience with Pro Engineer. Other responsibilities include: · Developing tooling and fixtures for production assemblies · Supporting updates of existing drawings and BOMs per submitted redlines · Releasing new design changes to the production floor and training operators · For all new designs and design updates, incorporating design for manufacture optimization, material cost reduction, while maintaining component and system level certifications · Ability to design electro-mechanical assemblies a huge plus. Includes PLC driven systems with control valves, timers, relays, etc. Brooks Automation, Polycold Division is located in Petaluma, CA. Our products feature patented cryogenic refrigeration technology to provide the highest quality closed-loop cool solutions available in the market today. These state-of-the-art systems are used in applications spanning a broad range of markets—from semiconductors, consumer electronics and solar panels, through detector cooling for aerospace, telescopic and laboratory requirements as well as decorative and ophthalmic coatings.
March 28, 2012
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