OCEM Airfield Technology, leader in the design and production of lighting systems and airport telecontrol, is looking for a Mechanical Designer who will manage the following activities:
- Design the mechanical components of airport equipment
- Make drawings and models of optical components based on the specifications provided by the optical designers
- Code and draft bills of materials and assembly cycles/instructions
- Prepare testing specifications, technical manuals and technical-commercial documentation
- Prepare product specifications
- Perform tests for internal project validation
- Manage the certification activities in full (schedule management, contact with certification bodies, test planning, carrying out tests together with internal staff and employees of external laboratories), including the management of related documentation, test results and the resolution of any non-compliance
- Carry out technical support activities for sales and the technical application office
- Carry out technical production support for product problems
- Manage the instrumentation of the mechanical laboratory
- Degree in mechanical engineering
- Excellent knowledge of the English language
- Experience in mechanical design
- Experience is appreciated in the field of waterproofing mechanical components (such as IP67/IP68 systems) and in testing and certification activities
- Knowledge of mechanical design software (Autodesk, AutoCAD, Inventor) and FEM simulations (Ansys Workbench)
- Can prioritize and manage time-sensitive tasks
- Ability to work in a team, proactive attitude
- Strong propensity for change and continuous improvement
- Ability to work in international environments strongly oriented toward achieving results
- Desire to grow and learn
OCEM Airfield Technology, based in Bologna, Italy, is a global leader in airfield ground lighting
and control and monitoring systems worldwide.
Founded in 1943; later acquired Buini e Grandi (est. 1921).
AGL solutions and systems supplied to more than 1,150 airports on six continents.
More than 235 airfield control and monitoring systems installed worldwide.