Mechanical Designer



  • Possess a comprehensive knowledge of theories and principals used in mould design, build and machining processes, injection moulding process, RIM moulding process, various specialized moulding or forming processes, mould cooling theory and hydraulic principals
  • Support, adhere to and provide accurate feedback weekly to the Design Timeline regarding job progress relative to established milestones. Document the reasons why milestones are missed and look for process improvement opportunities
  • Work closely with estimating and program managers to assist in the development of new tooling and engineering change quotes
  • Complete accurate feasibility studies for medium to large size injection tooling
  • Prepare, schedule and conduct organized efficient design review meetings highlighting issues and options to ensure efficient flow if information
  • Support the standardized design and outputs to Production
  • Ensure the stock-list procedures are completed to eliminate duplicate orders or unnecessary inventory
  • Ensure the Job Books are up-to-date and actuate containing all job related information and customer Specifications and that company standards are followed in all areas of the design
  • Support and participate in the timely completion of the Job Planning Worksheet for Production, Open Issues Tracking Form for Program Management, and the Design Checklist


  • Post-Secondary diploma/certificate in Tooling or Mechanical Engineering
  • 3 – 5 years experience in mould design, build and machining processes and injection moulding processes
  • Must have excellent communications skills


Please submit your resume, 2 references, wage expectations and your interview availability to Chris Halliwell at [email protected]