Engineering Designer

Create commercial and military drawings with a focus on completeness, accuracy, and adherence to contract requirements and company accepted procedures. Candidate will have experience creating and revising electrical schematic drawings. Experience creating and revising mechanical manufacturing and assembly drawings. Candidate will also work with engineers, designers, and drafters to ensure contract and procedural compliance.

Basic Qualifications
Experience creating electrical schematic and mechanical drawings. Familiar with ASME Y14.100, Y14.5-1994, and IEEE specifications. Familiar with industry accepted engineering and drawing procedures and processes. Ability to work across multiple projects and lines of business. Technical writing experience.

Desired skills
Experience with CREO Schematic or similar drawing tool. Experience with Mentor Graphics Design Capture/Expedition PC layout. Experience with CREO/ProEngineer or similar modeling tools.

As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin's vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers' toughest challenges. Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories.

Join us at Lockheed Martin, where we're engineering a better tomorrow.

Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

Job Location(s): Archbald Pennsylvania

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