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Mechanical Design Engineer

  • Ei Electronics
  • Clare

To apply for this job email your details to liz.frawley@eielectronics.ie


Ei Electronics is a successful multinational Irish company with a leadership position globally in the design and manufacture of Fire and Carbon Monoxide detection products for the residential sector.


Ei at a glance


Employing over 1000 people, the company is headquartered in Shannon, Ireland, occupying a 23,000 m” campus where all key manufacturing, R&D and commercial functions are located. Overseas sales and marketing subsidiaries are located in the UK, Germany, France, Poland and the USA.

The Company’s success is based on a culture of Quality, Service and Product Innovation over 30 years. R&D is the lifeblood of Ei Electronics, with sensor technologies at the core of our product advancement. As a global leader in the industry, Ei Electronics is now at the forefront of emerging Cloud-based “Connected Home” and IOT developments.

Working with one of Irelands leading indigenous electronics companies, provides a wide array of opportunities and possibilities to grow.


Life at Ei


·         Work in dynamic and innovative business environment with unique cross functional involvement

·         Exceptional learning and development opportunities through our Apprenticeship, Graduate and Engineering Leadership Programmes

·         Excellent career advancement opportunities

·         Prime Midwest location offering unrivalled work-life balance

·         Inclusive Benefits package

Due to its continued success, the Company now has the following exciting career opportunity:

Mechanical Design Engineer

Working within the Manufacturing Engineering group, the Mechanical Design Engineer will assist the equipment development team in delivering innovative equipment solutions.



The Job:


·         Design and development of Jigs and Fixtures to suir the manufacturing processes

·         Provide detailed working drawings so that equipment can be fabricated in-house or through use of external vendors as appropriate.

Works closely with machine builders during the build phase to ensure all drawings are accurate and up to date.
Assist in creating a detailed equipment documentation package.
Responsible for ensuring that design project timelines and targets are achieved
Contribute to the continual improvement of our production process through creative design solutions

The Person:


Experienced in the use of both 2D Autocad & 3D CAD modelling (Solidworks preferred)
Ability to generate detailed engineering drawings in a timely manner
Good problem solving skills and ability to demonstrate these through previous creative design solutions
Strong attention to detail and working to high level of accuracy
Ability to prioritise tasks and manage time effectively
Excellent communication skills

Key requirements:


Engineering Qualification to level 7 or 8, or with equivalent experience.
Must be competent in use of Autocad & 3D design packages (Solidwork preferably)
Have 1-2 years mechanical drawing/design experience.

To apply for this job email your details to liz.frawley@eielectronics.ie