We offer a competitive wage, flexible schedule and paid holidays. This is an in person position. Please send your cover letter and resume to Thomas Kearney at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 402 660 828
Make a difference in the industry you love….
Move into the CAD Designer Position you have always wanted TODAY!
LEMD is a vintage custom car and truck, prototype and low run, design and manufacturing business. Through the use of technology we are helping elevate the automotive aftermarket industry. Founded in 2020, LEMD is located in the Front Range of beautiful Northern Colorado. We are a fast growing company, manufacturing parts for many of the nations most sought after and prestigious awards, including the Ford Design Award, America’s Most Beautiful Roadster, The Riddler and More. Our focus is providing the customer with the best possible solution and parts to make their vision a reality.
In this position, you will be able to work on a multitude of varying projects for some of the best shops in the industry. You will be able to see the whole lifecycle of the project, from concept to completion. As LEMD grows, you will have the opportunity to quickly move into a leadership position and establish your presence in an industry you love.
The person we need will have a deep desire to move the company in the direction that is positive for all members of the team and the industry as a whole.
Other requirements will include:
Must have Fusion 360 knowledge
Must have 3D scan data knowledge
3D sculpting and complex modeling skills
Intermediate to advance knowledge of general automotive mechanics
Intermediate to advanced knowledge of advanced prototyping technology (CNC, 3D printers), highly desirable
Familiarity with the automotive aftermarket industry, highly desirable
Knowledge and experience working on cars/trucks- and enthusiast mindset preferred
Ability to measure existing parts to use in the design of new/modified products using standard measuring tools and computer aided tools
Work with designers to combine design and manufacturability