Mechanical Design Engineer

Posted date:  Jul 20, 2022
Location: 

Beijing, Beijing, China

About this opportunity

We are now looking for a Mechanical Structure Designer for our Radio R&D team and looking forward to you joining!

What you will do

  • Design mechanical structure of Radio Base Stations (RBS), including enclosure and internal structure/interconnection.
  • Calculate, simulate and test to verify the mechanical design, including strength analysis, tolerance chain analysis, verification etc.
  • Design for RBS operation in harsh environment.
  • Make 3D models and 2D drawings for manufacturing.
  • Provide technical specifications for outsourcing parts.
  • Analyze and solve product problems for products in field.
  • Cooperate with PCB design to create electronic Computer Assistant Design (eCAD) files.
  • Cooperate with the R&D Center sourcing staff dealing with external vendors in technical aspect.
  • Cooperate with Ericsson factories and vendors globally to design for mass production.
  • Cooperate with the global Ericsson R&D designers for innovative mechanical design.

You will bring

  • Bachelor degree or above in Mechanical Engineering, Material Engineering or equivalent.
  • Excellent theoretical knowledge of mechanical design, including calculation and simulation skills.
  • Excellent skill to use CAD tools, such as Pro/Engineer and PDMlink.
  • Good knowledge of material technology & manufacturing process.
  • Fluent oral & written English skills.
  • Proactive, taking accountability & result-oriented.
  • Curious & logic mind, good at analysis.
  • Good communication & team work skills.
  • Research experience related to mechanical design. (Preferred)
  • Good knowledge in the Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) area. (Preferred)
  • Basic knowledge of Telecom Industry standards and Wireless Communication system. (Preferred)

Why join Ericsson?

At Ericsson, you´ll have an outstanding opportunity. The chance to use your skills and imagination to push the boundaries of what´s possible. To build never seen before solutions to some of the world’s toughest problems. You´ll be challenged, but you won’t be alone. You´ll be joining a team of diverse innovators, all driven to go beyond the status quo to craft what comes next.

What happens once you apply?

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Encouraging a diverse and inclusive organization is core to our values at Ericsson, that's why we nurture it in everything we do. We truly believe that by collaborating with people with different experiences we drive innovation, which is essential for our future growth. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply and realize their full potential as part of our Ericsson team.

Ericsson is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, learn more.

Primary country: China (CN)   

Req ID: 679565

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Our Culture

Welcome to an inclusive, global company where your opportunity to make an impact is endless. Share your most innovative ideas, bring your unique perspective and bring your unique perspective in a speak up environment. With us, you will no longer be dreaming of what the future holds – you will be redefining it at a company where you’re empowered to lead and perform at your very best.

Learning and Development

Being a part of our team means having the flexibility to take your career in many different directions, but it also means leveraging the supportive structure of a big organization, with clear personal and professional development opportunities. 

Benefits and Rewards

We believe that great accomplishments deserve great benefits and transparent rewards. We strive to offer competitive, unbiased, and fair rewards for all our people. We empower you to manage your own time and promote flexible working opportunities, along with family-friendly policies.

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