Mechanical Design Engineer

Ref No. CLGS5343
Location Phoenix, Arizona
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (Temp to Hire)
Job Status Closed
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A manufacturing leader operating in 10+ countries is looking for an experienced Mechanical Design Engineer for their Phoenix facility. This is a full-time, contract-to-hire position offering benefits that begin early during the contract period.


Mechanical Engineer degree AND 8+ years of semiconductor related experience

The Job


  • Develop, design, manufacture, and test products related to semiconductor reliability testing
  • Determine requirements by meeting directly with clients, the sales team, and other engineers
  • Heavy use of SolidWorks CAD software
  • Improve upon existing designs
  • Develop test plans to support lab team
  • Determine materials needed for production
  • Produce product specifications and drawings
  • Implement processes for both new and existing products
  • Serve as process engineer as needed
  • For new products, conduct all needed research to develop effective designs
  • Find solutions that improve production quality, cost, and performance
  • Travel as needed to client facilities


  • Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering
  • 8+ years of manufacuring experience related to semiconductor industry
  • Prior expeirence with mechanical designs for injection modling, additive manufacturing, and CNC machining
  • Experienced with semiconductor packaging types, back-end semiconductor reliability testing process, and test sockets
  • Must be proficient with SolidWorks 2017 or more recent version

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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