Bausch Health

  • Technician V, AutoCAD

    Job Location US-MO-St Louis
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    Full Time
  • Overview

    Support Manufacturing, Engineering, and Production to create, change, update drawings, technical specification sheets, update labeling, and create models for prototype/production designs and manufacturing fixturing and aids.


    Create CAD models of components, assemblies, and create drawings using CAD design program (Solid Works), and component specification sheets. Process engineering developmental releases and production drawing releases. ERPLx BOM and item master updates.



    The CAD Designer/Drafter will participate in projects as a direct contributor in support of the mechanical design of cataract and vitreoretinal ophthalmic surgical equipment and disposable products.  Primary activities will include creating CAD models of components, assemblies, and drawings in Solid Works, creating component specification sheets, processing engineering drawing releases and production drawing releases, utilizing  Solid Works Enterprise Product Data Management (EPDM), and maintenance of engineering bill of materials (BOM) in ERPLx.




    Required Education:


    Two year technical degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology or Industrial Technology or equivalent experience. 


    Required Experience:


    Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T), Documentum, SolidWorks, and Labeling systems.


    Preferred Experience:


    5 years minimum using Solid Works  and EPDM in a product design and drafting capacity, medical device products.


    Required Skills/Qualifications:


    SolidWorks Proficiency.

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