Disney EchoEar Grand Mouseter
Joined: May 2003
||Posted: July 23, 2006, 6:00 am
I found this on the disney job site, It tells you what type of degree you will need to be a rollercosters designer. Again good luck in figureing out what you want to do.
Provide technically sound amusement ride and show machinery design and commissioning on a timely basis, and meet with customer to conceive and implement customer driven solutions, develop scope, budget, and schedule, and make technical presentations. Design and detail components and assemblies and make supporting analyses, do detailing and sketching, work with other disciplines to build and test, install and commission machinery. Make decisions that affect safety, reliability, performance, analyze life cycle costs, and be able to consider reliability in decision process.
Senior Machine Design Engineer
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: (These are the minimum qualifications you need to be considered for the job.)
* Proven BS degree in mechanical engineering from a Florida Department of Professional Registration recognized school.
I'm guessing they want a Fl school because there may be an added year to the program,but thre is no telling why and it may be that just for that job they want a Fl. school.
It's been a long time getting from here to there. It's been a long time, but my time is finally near.