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Machine Design Engineer

Machine Design Engineer


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Are you a Machine Design Engineer ready for your next challenge? We're looking for an engineering heavy-hitter to join our Bedding Division in Carthage, MO.


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This isn't a role where you'll be making incremental improvements to existing products‚€”we need someone who can build creative solutions from the ground up. That means we're looking for a well-rounded engineer, as they are twisting a wrench on prototypes.


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You'll never be bored in this job; no two years will be the same as every problem we face requires unique solutions. If your portfolio displays expertise in electro-mechanical designs, we'd love to hear from you. A major component of this role will be the use of comprehensive design technologies, i.e. robotics, software, servo motion, pneumatics & electrical control, etc. ¬ 


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Requirements



  • Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering or related field required, advanced engineering degrees a plus

  • 3+ years of electro-mechanical machine design experience

  • Proficient in 3D modeling (SolidWorks experience a plus)

  • Demonstrated application of creative solutions

  • Experience working with robotics & automation preferred

  • A roll-up-your sleeves worth ethic


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We offer a comprehensive benefits package. While benefits may vary by location, we typically include:¬  medical, dental, vision, discount stock purchase plan, tuition reimbursement, employee discounts and more.


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Since 1883, Leggett & Platt (NYSE: LEG) has been creating a wide variety of innovative products that can be found in most homes, offices, and automobiles. Today our growing company consists of over 20,000 employee-partners in 130 manufacturing facilities throughout 20 countries. For more information, please visit¬ www.leggett.com¬ or¬ www.lifeatleggett.com.


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Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veteran/Disability Employer




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