Vessel Designer

1 week ago(1/12/2018 12:26 PM)
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Vessel Designers work under the direction of the Design Team Leader and also utilize independent judgment to perform the day-to-day project duties of designing, developing and releasing deliverables (Including detail & assembly drawings and related bills-of material) used in the fabrication of equipment for pilot and commercial scale biopharmaceutical manufacturing (Primarily pressure vessel assemblies for fluid & gas handling and motorized agitation systems).  Primary responsibility involves generating design plans utilizing Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD software.  This position requires a high level of attention to detail along with the ability to develop a strong understanding of the ASME BPE Bioprocessing Equipment design standards.


Required Qualifications

  • Associates Degree in Computer Aided Design and Drafting or equivalent.
  • Knowledge of 3D Parametric CAD; Experience with Autodesk Inventor preferred.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications; including Word and Excel.
  • Detail oriented with a solid understanding of drafting standards, design fundamentals, and related fabrication processes.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Good organizational skills with the ability to multi-task.
  • Must work well both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
  • Limited travel will be required (not expected to exceed 10%). International travel possible.

Preferred Experience

  • Minimum five years of pressure vessels and design experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to carry a project from conception to production.
  • Prior experience using Autodesk Inventor Routed Systems; pressure vessel design.
  • Prior experience using Autodesk AutoCAD 2D/3D.
  • Experience with ERP software for item and bill-of-material creation; Syteline preferred.
  • Experience with ASME BPE Bioprocessing Equipment standards.


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