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(Archived) Design Engineer

Last Updated: 14/9/22

Job Description

Titleist, golf’s symbol of excellence, is the game's leading performance equipment brand, having earned the overwhelming trust of tour professionals, club professionals, competitive amateurs, and dedicated golfers worldwide. The Titleist golf ball embodies superior performance, innovative design and technology, precision manufacturing and unmatched quality. Titleist is the unequivocal #1 ball in golf and has been for over 70 years—and still counting. Titleist also has an unwavering commitment to design and develops the best- performing clubs in the game to support a leading club fitting and trial platform to maximize dedicated golfers’ performance experience. Titleist golf gear, comprised of golf bags, headwear, travel gear, accessories, and golf glove, also delivers the performance and quality excellence promised in every product that bears the Titleist script.

Job Title: Design Engineer II / Product Designer II

Location: Carlsbad, CA

Salary Range: $81,000 - $101,000 annually, plus bonus eligibility

Position Summary:

In a position of immediately supervised design and research, knows fundamental concepts of golf club design and computer-based modeling tools to complete projects for the Titleist golf club franchise. Uses established procedures to conduct design programs to discover and validate specific product opportunities necessitating the origination and application of new and unique approaches. Works with management to evaluate specific project opportunities in an organized manner to align with critical path schedule requirements. Works with latitude for un-reviewed actions or decisions.

Qualifications/Required Experience:

  • B. S. in an Engineering or related field is required. (An incumbent whose degree is not Engineering is assigned the Product Designer title).
  • More than 5 years increasingly responsible professional experience is required. Fundamental knowledge of computer aided drafting software (Unigraphics) packages.
  • Working knowledge of office computer software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Lotus Notes, etc.).
  • Should know and apply a fundamental knowledge in the field of Golf Club design.

Key Responsibilities:

Applies design platform specifications defined by management and senior engineering staff and develops 3-D CAD models with an emphasis on creating technologies and projects necessitating the origination and application of new and unique approaches for Titleist golf clubs. Pursues comprehensive patents in project associated areas by submitting invention records and actively supporting intellectual property efforts. Maintains fundamental knowledge of state-of-the-art golf club design methods, manufacturing methods, USGA golf club product specification regulations, competitive specifications, patents and trends.

Generates engineering and technical documentation to facilitate communication and support to Design, Product Development Engineering, Research, Testing, Suppliers, Manufacturing, Sales, and Marketing. Possesses and applies fundamental knowledge of computer-based programs to enable communication.

Conducts CAD model qualification with vendors through prototyping and pre-production runs. Works closely with Key Asian Supply chain and US suppliers for the design of new products, processes, and technologies.

Possesses and applies fundamental knowledge of computer-based analysis techniques, reverse engineering and digital sculpting tools and to verify design performance and critical variables as well as expedite research and development.

Works with management to evaluate specific project opportunities in an organized manner to align with critical path schedule requirements.

Key Relationships: Director, Wedge Development

How To Apply:

Candidates meeting the qualifications listed above are invited to submit their resume along with salary requirements via the apply button for this job at: and must submit a resume in "MS Word Form ONLY" in order to be considered.


Company Details

Fairhaven, Massachusetts, United States
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