Open Positions:  Mechanical Engineer

at Unbounded Labs - Tampa Florida Headquarters

We are looking for a Mechanical Engineer who can deliver detailed analytical concepts and then back up those concepts with written justification. The right candidate for this position will be able to bring a project from the conceptual stage through to completion, taking into account budgeting and operational considerations.

You will work closely with other members of our engineering team to develop concepts, solid models, and detailed and accurate drawings for our clients.


  • Use Solidworks, CREO, and Inventor to develop 3D models and 2D drawings
  • Develop new products, tooling, equipment, and automation using surface modeling, 3D modeling, FEA, and CFD tools
  • Prepare technical specifications
  • Work with customers to define new product requirements
  • Manage several different projects in a fast-paced environment
  • Ensure accuracy and compliance of organizational standards by checking drawings and models of other designers and engineers
  • Participate in meetings and work closely with customers and in-house departments to ensure the quality of drafting of new or redesigned products
  • Create prototypes of new and redesigned products


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering required (Master’s preferred)
  • Candidate should have at least 3 – 5 years of professional experience in a mechanical design engineering role
  • Must have experience designing mechanical systems using 3D CAD software
  • Should have experience applying common manufacturing and machining processes where it applies to design (including mills, lathes, manual and CNC)

Preferred Skills and Experience:

  • Strong expertise in design for manufacturability and design for assembly, including experience taking products from development design to high-volume production
  • Experience with Solidworks, Inventor, Creo, and other 3D modeling systems
  • Experience with simulation tools such as FEA and CFD
  • Experience with manufacturing process development, facility and line layouts, process failure mode effects analysis, and error proofing