Thinking through making, it’s what we do. We’re looking for people who care about the details, understand that design matters and love figuring things out using CAD, shop tools and ingenuity. The Technical Designer is part of a highly collaborative cross-functional mockup and prototype development team that facilitates the implementation of industrial and mechanical design concepts. The Technical Designer must have basic aircraft knowledge and be familiar with all areas of mockup scoping, planning and leadership. A primary focus of the role is to develop design for build strategies on projects ranging from design development to engineering validation work. In this position you’ll work alongside some of the best and brightest talent at TEAGUE, able to execute on any design challenge, from large-scale conceptual environments and brand experiences to the small intricate details of interaction design. You’ll be working on projects defining the human experience for the next generation of products in commercial air and space travel, autonomous vehicles, and all sorts of mobility.
Why We Need This Position
TEAGUE’s approach to design is ‘thinking through making’; Technical designers at TEAGUE are the ones who carry the work from design concept to mockup reality, giving colleagues and clients a chance to observe and test their theoretical ideas in the real world.
Who We’re Looking For
You are creative, technically savvy, highly disciplined and flexible. You also happen to love aircraft. If that’s the case, this might just be your dream job. As the Technical Designer, you get to put your creative talents to work communicating mockup design ideas and concepts through sketches, graphic presentation software and 3D CAD. You also get to generate mockup documentation package, detailed part drawings, and assembly drawings. You work closely with Industrial Design, Mechanical Design and Technical Build staff, you’re happy to coordinate and support the fabrication of mockup components either in house or through vendors. You also know your way around a shop environment and can jump in to help with fabrication, assembly and installation activities. You have the technical knowledge and discipline to work effectively with TEAGUE’s data management system and adhere to budgetary, timing and scope constraints. In addition, you have a solid grasp of manufacturing processes and are capable of identifying and selecting the best raw materials for a given project. If you like to wear many hats—facilitator, communicator, designer, builder—we want to hear from you.
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Competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package offered including 4 weeks paid time off and up to 10 paid holidays throughout the fiscal year.
At TEAGUE, we value diversity, equity, and inclusion. We search the globe to find and attract top talent from diverse backgrounds and value unique perspectives and experiences.
TEAGUE is an EEO/AA employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.