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Manufacturing Engineer / Project Manager

Description   BE the difference! Are you looking for a career opportunity to be the "expert advisor" in plant layout for a mid-size and growing manufacturing company? Do you enjoy analyzing CNC, robotics and Laser production processes and creating efficiencies with continuous improvement? If so, let's talk! You will have the unique opportunity to make a direct impact on our manufacturing facility. In this highly visible position that will quickly showcase your talent across the organization, you will be a part of a team of 15 and report to the Manager of Manufacturing. Good communication and project management skills are essential to providing you the tools necessary for you to operate in our fast-moving environment. This is an outstanding opportunity for the right individual that has a proven record of success in a manufacturing environment. WE HAVE:   Climate controlled facility Family oriented atmosphere A team of aces to work with No layoffs since inception of the company THIS JOB IS FOR YOU IF:   You enjoy solving problems. You love taking on difficult challenges and finding creative solutions. You don't get flustered easily. If you don't know the answer, you will dig until you find your solution. You communicate clearly. You write well. You can explain just about anything to anyone. You are motivated and driven. You're going to take ownership of the time you spend with us and truly make a difference. YOU HAVE:   BS in Engineering or equivalent experience An open mind for new ideas and methodologies Minimum of 7 years' experience in manufacturing engineering Demonstrated experience with plant layout and equipment justification Experience with Industrial Controls and automation Experience in the acquisition and installation of new equipment and processes YOU MIGHT ALSO HAVE:   Experience with stampings, coatings, heat treating Experience with programming robotics, PLC's and CNC's Green Belt Certified.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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