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Job Description
Mechanical Designer
San Diego, California
Compensation: $35/hr.- $45/hr.

3 to 6-month Contract Onsite
Company Overview:
A leading San Diego, CA-based firm specializes in the production of air pollution control systems
for capturing particulate and gaseous emissions through advanced wet scrubbing technology. These
systems cater to a broad spectrum of sectors including chemical, industrial, metallurgical,
medical, and pathological waste treatment. Key system componentssuch as condensers, absorbers,
quenchers, venturi scrubbers, and wet electrostatic precipitatorsare also offered for varied
applications. All systems are innovatively designed in-house and brought to life by our trusted
supplier network.

Position Summary:
The Mechanical Designer role is a dynamic and integral part of the engineering team. You will be
collaborating closely with the Project Manager and the Project Engineer to generate sophisticated
3D models and technical drawings. This is a temporary position, expected to last between 3 to 6
months, offering a valuable opportunity to contribute to groundbreaking projects in environmental

Responsible for 3D and technical drawing generation including:
Mechanical design, routing, and new part creation
Updating models and drawings based on customer and vendor feedback
Documentation and manuals

Required Qualifications:
AA in drafting or B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
Proficiency with SolidWorks and AutoCAD
1 to 5 years of relevant experience

Special Skills:
Experience with piping systems, including valves, instruments, and pumps
Experience with structural steel
Experience with pressure vessel design

Supplementary Company & Position Info: (From the Recruiter)
Team Headcount:
Centrally located in Point Loma and fostering a flexible, small team environment that provides a very clear path for growth and development. That's actually one thing I like most about this team; their senior leadership does a very good job of preventing folks from becoming stagnant in their positions/careers. As a result, they have very low turnover, and very seldom do I have to backfill a position here.

Thoughts on the duration of this position: Current labor market conditions often dictate that
companies hold onto talented employees after investing months to get them ramped up and up to speed
with the framework of their department. Many small to mid-sized firms have realized how costly and inefficient it is to let go of a contract employee who has met or exceeded expectations and did quality work for the duration of the assignment only to use a staffing firm to backfill the position months later. If you go out there and showcase that you can consistently and reliably produce quality design work, this client has a track record of holding onto contract designers and engineers for longer than the initial contract period or hiring contractors directly.