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Mechanical Engineer

Apollo Video Technology is a leading manufacturer of video surveillance and fleet management solutions for public transit, rail, school transportation, law enforcement, military, commercial transportation, fire and EMS applications. We are continuing to build our Hardware Engineering team by adding a Mechanical Engineer.


The Mechanical Engineer will coordinate design, development and release to production mechanical and electromechanical products and systems.  The ME is responsible for hardware products and accessories.  This role supports a broad range of activities including:  product documentation, test and troubleshooting, design and development and release to production.  Responsible for providing guidance to other mechanical engineering team members. Establish PDM within the organization.  Additionally, they will support quality assurance testing.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  

  • Design, develop and test components
  • Participate in system architecture design, requirements capture and risk analysis
  • Apply engineering methodologies and best practices
  • Lead and participate in design reviews
  • Satisfy customer requirements suitable for production
  • Supports design integration across disciplines to ensure consistency
  • Product integration
  • Contribute to the successful capture of competitive requirements
  • Ability to estimate effort required for task completion

Required Experience

  • Experience with SolidWorks
  • Experience with 3D printing
  • Knowledge of injection molding
  • Sheet metal design and fabrication
  • CNC machine parts design
  • Strong design and troubleshooting experience
  • Proven history of product development and delivery to market
  • Product integration
  • Interfacing with Electrical Design
  • 5+ years experience Mechanical Engineering
  • Knowledge of design issues
  • Designing to requirements
  • Demonstrated ability to architect and capture of competitive requirements
  • Ability to establish strong, collaborative working relationships  
  • Support sustaining activity
  • Release drawings
  • Source components
  • Build prototypes
  • Support transfer to manufacturing
  • Release drawings
  • Create Board outlines


To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess and demonstrate the following characteristics.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. 

  • Proactive self-starter
  • Strong decision-making
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Comfortable in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong customer focus
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Time management acumen across many priorities
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to operate independently to drive design decisions
  • Ability to establish strong, collaborative working relationships  


  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Mechanical Engineering 
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