John Deere Tool Designer I in Garza Garcia, Mexico
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Title: Tool Designer I
Primary Location: Mexico (MX) - Nuevo León IJD Monterrey
Function: Manufacturing Engineering
John Deere is a foremost leader in the ag equipment business, and we continue to put a solid stamp on other industries. For over 150 years, the company’s portfolio of groundbreaking products has grown to include industries related to and outside of agriculture, including Turf, Construction and Forestry and Wind Technologies. The image of John Deere is no longer that of a signature green tractor meandering across a field; it’s been replaced with an image of acceleration, swift progress, and innovative leaping toward the company’s 200th year. The product line alone serves as proof with advances in machine performance, equipment automation, fleet management, and John Deere’s ongoing investment in emerging markets.
Plans, coordinates, develops and procures new concepts and designs for tooling to facilitate the implementation of new and revised products into the core manufacturing processes. Applies necessary Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing and uses technical judgment and past experience to evaluate various designs while maintaining and supporting current operations. The work typically involves less-complex fixtures, gauges, and tooling, including mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic engineering. This role participates in design reviews and modifies design based on feedback, supports and coordinates with the craftsmen building the tools and gauges, and maintains the tooling database library. Receives input from senior designers or engineers.
What skills you need
Provides consultation and recommendations to less experienced designers and engineers.
Works with cross functional teams to design new tooling.
Participates in multifunctional design review to understand the product design intention and manufacturing processes.
Participates in tooling construction problem solving efforts.
Designs and creates 3 Dimensional (3D) models of tooling components and assemblies with the direction of the manufacturing engineer and tooling design supervisor.
What makes you stand out
Background in Engineering (mechanical, electrical, hydraulics, power systems, etc.).
Skill in using computer aided design and/or engineering tools.
Knowledge of industry standards relating to engineering, manufacturing and/or quality.
Knowledge of drawing and schematic interpretation, product models, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
Knowledge of materials engineering and engineering mechanics.
Engineering knowledge of materials properties.
At John Deere, you are empowered to create a career that will take you to where you want to go. Here, you'll enjoy the freedom to explore new projects, the support to think outside the box and the advanced tools and technology that foster innovation and achievement.
John Deere--a proven business leader-- watch your potential grow.
This position will be posted for a minimum of 7 business days and unposted when a qualified pool of candidates is achieved.
Candidates must have the necessary work permits to work in the country.