Richmond, British Columbia
Mechanical Product Designer
Title: Mechanical Engineer II (13906409)
Location: 13091 Vanier Pl, Richmond, BC, V6V 2J1
Come join our team and help us build a portfolio of residential energy products including solar inverters, batteries, EV chargers, smart electrical panels, connected outlets and smart lighting solutions! Let’s create an eco-system together that makes our homes fully electric, way more intelligent, gives users greater control of their energy usage, and instead of contributing to climate change – helps fix it!
We are hiring a Mechanical Product Designer with a strong background in Electro-Mechanical Product Design to join the Schneider Electric Prosumer NAM Hub Team in our Richmond, BC, Canada office.
What will you do?
• Support design throughout the engineering process from initial concept to final production release
• Create and improve mechanical designs and drawings in PTC Creo Parametric/PDM within a collaborative R&D team
• Conceptualize product innovations to satisfy market requirements
• Validate mechanical components, analyze data, and write test reports
• Estimate personal timelines to support effective project scheduling
• Apply engineering principles for structural integrity, thermal performance, material performance, and manufacturability
What qualifications will make you successful?
• Undergraduate degree in Mechanical or Electro-Mechanical Engineering and 8+ years of experience in product design
• Demonstrated expertise in developing detailed designs through CAD models and drawings of both electrical enclosures and hardware
• Experience in designing with sheet metal, injection-molded plastic, die-casts, busbars, and harnessing for prototype and high-volume production
• Sound engineering design methodologies: minimum constraint design, tolerance stack-up analysis, and GD&T coupled with a design for excellence (DFX) mentality
• Familiar with designing for compliance with regulatory standards (UL/IEC/NEC) most notably outdoor environmental protection
• Knowledge of BOM, DFMEA, FTA, and DVT processes is preferred