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Project Engineer

The Harvest Consulting Group, Inc.
Mebane, North Carolina, 27302, United States
90000 to 105000
November 17, 2016

Our client, an established, reputable company is looking for Project Engineers to join their team in Burlington, NC as a full-time employee. As a Project Engineer, you will spend about half of your time with CNC Programming, and should be comfortable working on a factory shop floor. Our client offers a competitive compensation package, including great benefits and growth potential!

Key Responsibilities:

* Manage and contribute to projects through complete life cycle including: Concept, Design, Development, and Implementation.

* Achieve project milestone timing and objectives for Safety, Quality, Cost, and Delivery.

* Research, Develop, and Implement new processes and technologies, as required by product design and business objectives.

* Analyze, Test, and Execute countermeasures by utilizing problem solving methodologies.

* Proven ability to achieve project objectives leading cross-functional teams.

* Understand and Practice Lean Manufacturing concepts in the business and manufacturing environments.

* Communicate clearly, effectively, and efficiently at all levels inside and outside the organization.

* Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering or related field.

* 5-7 years of experience in a high volume Tier 1 / Tier 2 Automotive Manufacturing environment, with demonstrated proficiency in: CNC Programming, Process, Tool, and Gage Design and Implementation.

* Computer skills with Microsoft Office products and AutoCad.

* Ability to travel as needed for various capital projects, regional benchmarking, etc. (less than 10%).

* Flexibility to be accessible after hours and/or weekends depending on production activities.

* Ability to work with a very diverse group of staff, including other engineers, operations leaders, etc.

* Experience in Automation Design for Material Handling and Gaging, Machine Tool Selection, and Creo 3D modeling is highly preferred.