Mechanical Engineer IV - Structural
Heatcraft/WWR - Columbus, GA

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Job Description:
Innovate your career.
Heatcraft Refrigeration Products, a division of Lennox
International, Inc., is the long-standing leader in the
world of commercial refrigeration, providing
climate-control solutions to customers in more than 70
countries. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities
in the cities of Stone Mountain, Columbus and Tifton,
Georgia, produce evaporators, condensers, merchandise
display cases and other top-quality refrigeration
products for our six market-leading brands: Bohn,
Larkin, Climate Control, Chandler, Kysor/Warren and
Interlink.
Heatcraft has long been known for combining innovative
technologies with precision engineering to design
refrigeration systems capable of meeting the demands of
the most rigorous operating environments. And it isn't
just our products that are innovative, it's actually the
way we develop them. We use a team approach for every
project, working in collaboration with our customers to
create smarter, more useful products that fit their real
world needs. In fact, because our primary goal is
finding perfect solutions for every customer, a large
percentage of Heatcraft products are custom-built.
When you choose Heatcraft/Lennox International products,
you know you're getting the best.
That is why when you work at Heatcraft/Lennox
International, you know you are among the best.
As a leading innovator of heating, cooling,
refrigeration, air-quality and related services, we are
committed to helping our people innovate our products
and their careers.
Join over 12,000 employees worldwide who continue to
build our heritage of integrity and innovation.

Job Requirements:
Mechanical Engineer – Structural Analysis This critical
and key position shall be responsible for structural
analysis and mechanical design activities within the
Display case engineering team. These engineering shall
span new product development, value engineering and
design corrective action. The ideal candidate shall have
an extensive background in using skills in structural
analysis, mechanical design and manufacturing processes
to create robust , cost effective and easily
manufacturable components/systems where structural
strength, shock and vibration are the basis of design.
The candidate shall also lead efforts to leverage
internal and external competencies in structural
analysis including finite element analysis, modal
analysis and flow induced vibration.
Education, Skills and experience
„h
„h At least 7 years of experience in using structural
analysis and mechanical design to develop components or
systems where mechanical strength is the primary basis
of design. Understanding of fabrication processes
including rolling, forming, drawing, drilling, milling
and molding is required. Knowledge of composite design
and manufacturing is a plus
„h Demonstrated proficiency in the use of solid modeling
tools such as ProE or equivalent
„h Demonstrated proficiency in the use of finite element
analysis software such as ANSYS or equivalent
„h Six Sigma training is a plus
„h Experience in leveraging external organizations for
structural analysis is a plus
Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Engineering
Mechanics with an emphasis on structural analysis

Job Description:

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