Job Title

Mechanical Designer – Autodesk Inventor

Ref: DT228
  • CAD Software:
      • AutoCAD 2D
      • Inventor
  • Position:
  • Experience:
    • Previous experience with civil and mechanical engineering drawings
  • Salary: Salary: Dependant on Experience
  • Location:
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Job Description

Our client is a well established brand in the worldwide market for handrail products,competing fiercely across the globe with its combination of high quality and outstanding value-for-money.  They have a distribution centre in Australia as well as design and manufacturing facilities in the UK.

Their versatile range of galvanised malleable iron slip-on pipe and tube fittings allow fast construction of varied structures made possible by means of a simple hexagon key.

Typical applications include hand railing, safety guardrails, fencing, playground equipment, shop fitting, milking parlours, racking, sports practice nets, greenhouses, exhibition stands, roof top fall prevention, pedestrian barriers and wheelchair access ramps.

You will be joining an existing small design team and regularly interact with designers, engineers and product specialist.

You will be producing bespoke drawings of handrail structures which both meet the needs of our customers and conform with relevant national or international standards.  The company uses AutoCAD and AutoDesk Inventor and you will be regularly using Inventor to create technical cut off drawing and component breakdowns.

The role will also involve liaising with clients, processing their enquiries and orders, plus the normal other duties associated with a busy sales office.

You must be experienced in using CAD and Inventor on a regular and recent basis.  Experience with  understanding and design being Civil and Mechanical drawings would be extremely advantageous.

You must be flexible, trustworthy and reliable as well as self-motivated, able to work under pressure when required and able to work with minimal supervision, whilst following existing systems and procedures.

The working hour are 8:30pm to 5:30pm, five days per week.