Mechanical Engineer

Miamisburg, OH, United States
3 months ago
Full time role


Here’s the problem. Most of the homes in which we live, and the buildings in which we work, have air ...

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Job Description

Aeroseal Needs an Experienced  Mechanical Engineer (5+ Years of Experience)!

Aeroseal requires all employees to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, unless protected by medical or religious exemption.
This position is on-site in Miamisburg, Ohio.

Who are we? A fast-growing company with award-winning technology that has created new products that are disrupting the HVAC industry and helping to slow the global climate crisis.

Yes, we have fun company amenities and company happy hours. Our team members play as hard as they work. But it takes more than amenities to be a great place to work.

How is Aeroseal different?

We are:

  • Restless with curiosity and always asking if there's a better way
  • Passionate about serving our dealers and customers
  • Constantly learning, because we understand we must try new approaches to get new and better outcomes.

There is more to our culture of innovation. But we also have a sense of urgency, so we won’t list them all here.

What’s the rush? Well, our company has an ambitious mission.

Aeroseal wants to make a lasting impact on people and the world around us, improving people’s lives and making the world a better place in which to live. And we need your help to make it happen.

What You'll Do

This role will work both independently and as part of the Innovation/R&D Team to design, develop and release to production new and innovative design solutions and products for our construction industry customers to deliver disruptive technology solutions for the construction and home improvement industry.

Some Specific Tasks

  1. Work within a defined Product Development Process to:
    1. Create Product/System Requirements Documents to:
    2. Create designs which meet those requirements, with a keen eye to best design practices the support concepts of: Robust Design, Design for Manufacturability/Serviceability, Continuous improvement
    3. Develop DFMEA and DVP documents for the designs
    4. Assist Manufacturing and Quality Engineering as they develop Process, Process FMEA, Production test tools, Control Plans, Quality plan and metrics
    5. Test as per the design DVP and document results with clear, concise reports.
  2. Review vendor component technical data sheets, source components (both off-shelf and custom designs).
  3. Create new technical drawings and specifications, defining critical performance characteristics.
  4. Conduct and support field trials of the developed products.
  5. Build, load, and release Bill of Material structures in conjunction with the manufacturing process.
  6. Other duties, as assigned.

Experience You'll Need:

  1. BSME or equivalent
  2. 5+ years relevant, demonstrable experience in a design/release role.
  3. CAD/CAE Proficiency
  4. Ability to work both within a team setting as well as individually.
  5. Great communication skills. Ability to provide direction to technical staff in clear, concise manner, as well as provide program updates to management/team-mates.
  6. Fully fluent/functional with MS Office tools suite
  7. Ability to internalize project requirements and deadlines, holding a keen sense of delivery to corporate, team and individual objectives.
  8. A hands-on approach to design of experiment, and executing tests.

About Aeroseal

The business was established to promote Aeroseal Duct Sealing and develop a network of providers to offer the service to residential and commercial customers. Aeroseal Duct Sealing is a patented breakthrough technology for the HVAC market that tackles ductwork leaks from the inside out. The Aeroseal process puts escaping air under pressure and causes polymer particles to stick first to the edges of a leak, then to each other until the leak is closed.

The Aeroseal process won the "Best of What's New" award from Popular Science magazine, and the "Energy 100" award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The DOE also rated the Aeroseal duct sealing process as one of the 23 most beneficial technologies available to American consumers that has come out since the agency was created.

Here’s the problem. Most of the homes in which we live, and the buildings in which we work, have air ...

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