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Mechanical Engineer - Steering Axles & Wheel End
Greensboro, United States
Product Engineering

Job Description

The position will report to the Group Manager that is responsible for Steering, Wheel-Ends (Brakes, Hubs, Wheels, Tires), and Front Axle Assemblies (Beams, Knuckles, King Pins). This Vehicle Engineering Group is responsible for new product development, product modifications, and current product maintenance. The position will be heavily focused on providing DESIGNER type support to the Group.


  • packaging work.
  • hydraulic piping.
  • component design and solid modeling.
  • generating and releasing design documentation (CAD Modules, drawings, Engineering Change Notices, etc.)


  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical (or Mechatronics) Engineering, or equivalent.
  • Prefer a candidate with engineering experience at Volvo (someone with knowledge of the Volvo systems/ processes).
  • Prefer 4 years of relevant work experience.
  • CAD: Must be a very strong PTC Creo user.
A career as fulfilling as it's inspiring
Exciting training to never stop learning
A community that listens to your ideas
The respect of your work/life balance

Company Description

MUST be authorized to work in the United States for any employer.

MUST be available to start working within 3 weeks of offer acceptance date.

SEGULA TECHNOLOGIES is hiring a Mechanical Engineer - Steering Axles & Wheel End to join our growing team in Greensboro, NC.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits plan, and great opportunities for career growth!

With a global presence in 28 countries with 140 offices worldwide, SEGULA GROUP fosters a close relationship with its customers thanks to the expertise of its 11,000 employees.

SEGULA TECHNOLOGIES is an Engineering and Design Services company with a proven ability to boost innovation and competitiveness within the major industrial sectors, including Automotive, Aerospace & Defense, Energy, Rail, Naval, Pharmaceutical, and Oil and Gas.

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