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Design Engineer (Burley Design)

Posted by on August 10th, 2008 at 6:21 am

Job Title
Design Engineer

Burley Design

Job Description
Burley Design, the premiere US bicycle trailer, trailer cycle and commuter products design company, is looking for a Design Engineer join our team. Candidate must be a self-motivated team player who wants to add fun to their work life. Responsibilities include design, documentation, testing, and industrialization of new and refined bicycle trailer products. You’ll work closely with other members of this high performance team to ensure the product is designed and manufactured to achieve the high level of performance, safety, and quality that Burley is known for.

This position requires a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent, and a minimum of 2 years of product design experience using CAD software (SolidWorks or similar). Strong drafting skills required. A strong working knowledge of design for manufacturing processes including machining, injection molding, punch and press work, and assembly is desired. Prefer c andidates who have experience in and passion for the outdoor industry. Some travel required.

Burley Design is located in the beautiful, bike and family friendly city of Eugene, Oregon, which offers an exceptional opportunity to enjoy coastal, valley and mountain recreation all year long.

Don’t forget to check us out at www.burley.com.

How to Apply
Qualified candidates send resume and salary requirements to: shelly [at] burley [dot] com.

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