• Design Engineer

    Job Locations US-IL-Elk Grove Village
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2 weeks ago)
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
    Division
    Signage
  • Overview

    Top Reasons to Work at Icon: 

     

    + Growth opportunities (promotions, Tuition Assistance program)

    + Competitive Pay & Benefits

    + 401(K)

    + Friendly Culture

    + Work with Global Fortune 500 Organizations

     

    Icon is one of the nation’s largest brand implementation companies. We are made up of 400+ employees nationwide who roll up their sleeves, dive into the details and bring our clients’ brands to life!

    Responsibilities

    Design Engineers at Icon are creative and constantly researching new and evolving technologies to make their products even better. Design Engineers work to design, engineer, and develop signage and component products to our customer's image requirements. 

     

    Daily Responsibilities:

    • Perform structural analysis on steel and aluminum frames
    • Translate Engineering concepts into finished sign designs to meet customer specifications
    • Create and maintain Bill of Materials
    • Standardize components for ease of manufacturing and cost control
    • Assure compliance with approved methods and quality standards
    • Design product to maximize material yield and improve productivity
    • Develop and revise engineering standard
    • Provide technical support for sign site surveys and field installation problems 

     

    Qualifications

    Requirements:

    • Working knowledge of manufacturing processes related to metal, plastic, vinyl, electrical lighting and construction principles related to sign installation
    • Minimum of 2 years using AutoCAD system
    • Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word
    • Experience in Engineering and/or Metal Fabrication

    Education:

    • Bachelors degree in related field is preferred

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