Mechanical Design Engineer Jigs and Fixtures

Mechanical Design Engineer (Jigs and Fixtures)

£32,000 - £37,000 + Overtime (OTE 40k+) + Training + Development + 33 Days Holiday + Pension

Coleshill, West Midlands

Are you a mechanical design engineer from a manufacturing background looking to work for an expanding company offering industry specific training and personal development?

On offer is a varied role where you will also have the opportunity to increase your earnings through overtime.

This company designs and manufactures specialist products for blue chip companies within the automotive and aerospace industries. You will be working within a skilled design team where you will design jigs and fixtures for machining and assembly tooling using Solidworks/Catia.

This is a great opportunity to work for an established company in a role offering training and overtime.

This role would suit a mechanical design engineer who ideally has experience within the automotive/aerospace industry.


* Mechanical design of jigs and fixtures for the automotive & aerospace industry
* 3D CAD design using Solidworks/Catia
* Industry specific training and overtime available


* Mechanical Design Engineer
* Automotive/aerospace/manufacturing background
* Ideally have jigs & fixtures design experience

Mechanical Design Engineer, 3D, CAD, 3D CAD, Solidworks, autocad, catia, design, manufacturing, machining, automotive, aviation, jig, fixture, test rig, steel, aluminium, Coleshill, Birmingham, West Midlands

Please apply online or call Kieran Williams at Rise Technical for more information.

Required skills

  • CAD
  • Solidworks
  • 3D
  • 3D CAD
  • design
  • automotive
  • West Midlands
  • steel
  • aviation
  • autocad
  • manufacturing
  • aluminium
  • catia
  • Birmingham
  • machining
  • Mechanical Design Engineer
  • Coleshill
  • jig
  • fixture
  • test rig

Reference: 34635827

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