Mechanical Drafter

Oil & Gas
Nashville, Tennessee
Job ID:
Apurba Saikia

Do you want to work for one of the largest oil & gas companies? They are currently looking for a Mechanical Drafter to support their facility in Nashville, Tennessee. If you’re interested and qualified, we urge you to apply!

Mechanical Drafter

Duration: 9 Month Contract (possible extension)

Location: Nashville, Tennessee


Job Description:

  • Drafter is responsible for providing mechanical or electromechanical designs for new or existing products within a business segment.
  • Designers make required calculations to establish acceptable standards of performance, material/component selection, and type of construction.
  • May follow up construction and testing of prototypes, assisting with analyzing results and corrective redesign as required.
  • Designers are expected to provide design solutions that meet standards for reliability, performance, cost, serviceability, and program delivery targets.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Produce drawings, layouts, and/or diagrams from sketches, existing drawings, electronic images, design concepts and/or verbal instructions
  • Use computer assisted design/drafting equipment and software to develop designs
  • Verify that all drawings convey accurate information – Ensure all necessary documentation is complete such as engineering prints, bills of materials, and related product specifications to allow successful transfer to manufacturing
  • Perform schematic capture duties such as maintenance of parts libraries and updating schematics or drawings in an organized and timely manner

Criteria & Qualifications:

  • Associate’s degree in Electronics or a technical degree from a recognized CAD training facility
  • Demonstrated ability to design conceptual models by using computer assisted design/drafting equipment and software, as well as being able to perform design analysis
  • Ability to receive and transmit drawings electronically – Demonstrated computer skill in both Microsoft Office and with Computer Assisted Design software and equipment
  • Minimum one year of experience developing project plans and estimates and working with engineering teams
  • Show initiative to contribute in design review meetings
  • Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills for presenting, discussing, and documenting technical information
  • 7-10 years of relevant experience



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