Mechanical Engineer l

409 - Hardware Engineering Duluth, Georgia


The Mechanical Engineer I will be responsible for working within detailed-design and sustaining areas of product development and working within a nimble, roadmap-driven, and concurrent development environment. The Mechanical Engineer I will support the conception, development, and detailed design and engineering of hardware products.

The duties of this role include, but are not limited to the following:

• Design gaming cabinet components, sub-assemblies and other related mechanical packages, supports, functional devices, and development kits
• Design mechanical elements and physical models of electronic board assemblies and wiring harnesses
• Ability to complete tolerance analysis of multiple part assembly
• Work closely with Industrial Designers to generate feasible mechanical concepts supporting functional requirements and overall product concepts
• Work closely with Electrical Engineers for electronic board sizing, component selection and placement, and wire harness routing
• Work closely with document technicians for authoring of instructions, specifications and renderings
• Work closely with Operations department for component sourcing, supplier qualifications, and manufacturing and assembly instructions and support
• Work closely with gaming OEM component suppliers for releases of new peripherals
• Work closely with Customer Support for mechanical field issues
• Model and verify fit, form and function of OEM components
• Develop digital models of OEM mechanical and electrical components
• Interpret and attest to existing and legacy product designs
• Team player able to work across functional teams

Education/Requirements
• BS Mechanical Engineering with 0 to 3 years engineering experience
• Experience using MCAD software, SolidWorks preferred
• Strong understanding of mechanical engineering principles, materials (plastics, metals) and fasteners, mechanical part fabrication and bonding processes and rapid prototyping
• Working knowledge of standard mechanical workshop tools
Education

Skills/Knowledge
• Experience with gaming or other consumer or public-use human-interface products a plus
• Experience with nationally-recognized safety lab submissions (UL,ETL,CE) a plus
• Ability to manage multiple projects and tasks
• Ability to work with deadlines and in a fast paced environment

Computer/Technical Skills
• Strong Microsoft office skills
• Must be able to clearly document and communicate results utilizing strong written and verbal skills
• Excellent spoken and written communication as well as receptive listening skills, with ability to present complex ideas in a clear, concise fashion to technical and non-technical audiences


AGS is a full-service designer and manufacturer of gaming products for the casino floor. The Company’s roots are in the Class II, Native American market, and it has recently expanded its product lines to include top performing slot games for the Class III commercial marketplace, as well as live felt table games and mobile gaming.

The recent acquisition of Cadillac Jack®, entry into the table games market, and addition of a mobile gaming segment with the acquisition of RocketPlay, denote a dramatic expansion of AGS products. Increased slot titles and jurisdictional licenses have made AGS the second largest supplier of Class II games in the world, and its presence in Class III casinos continues to keep the pace. The diverse line of table products can help casino operators find exactly what they need for any part of the pit, and most are available to play for fun online. Last, but not least, the company aims to capture a whole new audience by offering its content through mobile gaming.

Here at AGS, we realize that a huge part of our success is attributed to the hard work and dedication of our people. We strongly believe that embracing change, empowering our employees, and building a positive team environment are of paramount importance in achieving even more success with limitless potential.