Gurnee, IL 60031, United States
RealWheels, North America's largest fabricator and of wheel simulators, covers and accessories. We are currently seeking a mechanical designer for our plant located in Gurnee, IL.
• To design and document mechanical components, products, or systems of varying levels of complexity to support engineering functions.
• Develop, and take ownership of, robust mechanical designs of wheel products, accessories and apparatus components including, but not limited to, wheel simulators, grills and grill systems, and related products.
• Utilize SolidWorks software to accurately capture 3D and 2D documentation, as well as built in analysis tools to validate designs.
• Produce creative component designs using established manufacturing processes such as cutting, stamping, machining, spinning bending, and welding; closely interact with suppliers as needed.
• Use appropriate methods to generate prototypes of designs (internal manufacturing resources, SLA, 3D printing, etc.).
• Seek guidance and input from engineers and staff when needed, to complete assignments.
• Working in a cross-functional project team, participate in the product development design review process for new designs
• Support ongoing production support via the engineering change process, as needed
• Transition projects from R & D to Manufacturing.
• Manufacturing Support.
• Two year Design Degree from qualified institution, highly preferred, or equivalent.
• Experience with 3D solid modeling SolidWorks CAD software is required.
• Experience in stainless steel products is highly desired.
• Must be able to work effectively in a collaborative and cross functional team environment
• Strong communication skills are required; may need to interface with associates as needed.
• Keeping R & D structured notes.
• Can be full time or Part Time initially, 15 to 20 hours per week minimum, with the ability to work around your schedule, leading to full time.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
York, PA 17402, United States
Morehouse Instrument Company is seeking an innovative and motivated Mechanical Engineer to work as a member of the company's Research and Development team. This team focuses on developing state of the art systems in areas of force and torque measurement for various industries. The Mechanical Engineer will be working with the R&D and Production teams on developing new products, and customization of existing product as well as providing support for other departments of the company. Morehouse has been a reputable name in force measurement industry since 1925, and is located in York, PA. The company has pioneered in development of several force measurement related products, and includes one the best force and torque calibration laboratories in the world. Working at Morehouse offers a potential for growth and employee benefits such as paid vacation, bonuses, insurance, and 401K retirement plan matching.
Lead research and development projects with the goal of producing new products in a timely manner. Completing the product development process at all stages from an initial idea to a final product in the market.
Optimize R&D efforts to achieve the goals with minimized financial and human resources and the shortest possible amount of time.
Research and study of existing equipment in the market and using published articles to learn about the existing products in the market with the purpose of expediting and improving R&D efforts.
Actively seek and implement feedback from resources within and outside of the company to improve product design, production flow, marketing efforts, and sales.
Learn the details about force/torque calibration procedures, and measurement instruments as the company's business core.
Work with the rest of the R&D and production teams to prepare products for production and optimize production flow.
Work with marketing and sales on product support, customized designs, product manuals, product specifications sheets, pricing on special projects, new design possibilities, changes in current designs, etc.
Support Morehouse calibration laboratories to make fixtures, adapters, and design changes in a timely manner.
Improve and simplify engineering processes of design, documentation, work flow, and decision making to help company lower recurring costs and provide a better service to the customers.
The individual is required to have Bachelors or Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering or a related field. Additionally, proficiency with CAD and finite element analysis is needed. Experience in production and familiarity with industrial machining would be advantageous.
Porterville, CA , United States
Foster Farms has been a family-owned and operated company for four generations. Since our founding days back in 1939, we have always been committed to providing consumers with the highest-quality, best-tasting poultry products available. The hope is that our commitment to excellence, honesty, quality, service, and our people will shine through in everything we do.
We are always looking for talented individuals to join the Foster Farms team. We offer the experience of a large organization, but operate like a family business. More than half of our job openings are filled by internal promotion, and we encourage employees to gain a variety of experiences across different functional groups.
Manage maintenance department effectively, consistently attain department goals / standards for cost, productivity, quality and safety.
Manage capital program effectively, consistently complete assigned projects within budget and scope.
Develop, maintain and continuously improve Preventative Maintenance (PM) system, optimizing cost of repairs and replacements. Reduce equipment downtime in order to meet production needs and adhere to downtime key performance indicators.
Monitor a $3.5 million Maintenance Parts Inventory and identify ways to improve inventory process to manage inventory and gain control of the maintenance parts weekly budget of $146k.
Optimize equipment operation time by utilizing employees to effectively carry out rapid equipment repairs and to effectively maintain equipment availability.
Analyze production downtime reports, determine opportunities, and initiate action plan to increase efficiencies.
Provide quick and timely feedback to plant manager on all exceptions in regards to downtime, quality yield, cost and safety and manage the correction of areas which are out of acceptable parameters.
Provide mechanical and technical support on all facility equipment and remain current with the latest emerging industry regulations and codes relative to mechanical and electrical system.
Monitor line operations and collaborate with management and the maintenance team to assure production needs and changes are being met.
Ensure compliance of routine operating inspections that are required for safety environmental (i.e. boilers, water heater emissions, waste management disposal, fryer exhaust opacity).
Responsible for professional development and training of department.
Provide a high level of personal commitment and focus to department safety.
Responsible for waste-water and for some environmental coordinator duties.
BS in Industrial Engineering or related engineering degree (equivalent work experience will be considered)..
Have a minimum of five years progressive experience in the food processing industry in the following areas: building maintenance, ammonia refrigeration and waste water treatment plant and managing and controlling hazardous materials at the plant level in the maintenance areas.
Strong mechanical background.
Experience in departmental administration, budget initiation, cost control and project management.
Strong interpersonal communication skills.
Ability to evaluate supervisors fairly and objectively and suggest areas for needed improvement in a positive manner.
Proficient use of PC including Excel, Work and Power Point.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Foster Farms is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities, Females, Veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Foster Farms participates in E-Verify during the hire process at all locations for all new employees.
You may apply for this job at https://www.smartrecruiters.com/FosterFarms/102316206
Perth, Western Australia, , Australia
GHD is an international professional services company servicing the global markets of Water, Transport, Energy & Resources, Property & Buildings and the Environment, from an integrated network of offices spanning 5 continents.
Perth, Western Australia has long been regarded as one of the world’s premier lifestyle capitals where you have access to a metropolitan lifestyle on the coast with sunshine for much of the year. A few hours drive outside of Perth are many getaway destinations to explore for sightseeing, physical activities or adventures and wine country. Perth is the most popular city in Australia for emigrates which make up 30% of Perth’s population.
Our Western Australian business continues to grow to meet the demands of our thriving economy and has an impressive Water client base spanning both government and private sectors across a wide range of projects in Western Australia and South East Asia. We are seeking to appoint a Manager to lead the continuing growth of our Tailings team. Our tailings / civil professionals provide comprehensive planning, feasibility, design and construction support services to a diverse range of clients.
As the Tailings Manager you will lead, develop and mentor a medium sized team of Engineers. The key responsibility of the role is ensuring that your team has the materials and resources available to them to deliver on time, on budget and safely. In addition, attaining financial targets for the group, sustainable growth of the group’s revenue, managing risk and ensuring technical accuracy together with your ability to maintain effective relationships with leaders across the business will see you succeed in this role. Your client relationship skills will be exceptional and allow you to secure work for GHD.
GHD offers global opportunities, competitive remuneration packaging, a work / life balance, visa sponsorship and relocation assistance as well as excellent technical and professional training through GHD’s Business School.
Your next career move starts here. Join a global network of 6000 people who collaborate seamlessly and share a passion for successful project delivery and exceptional results.
To apply, or for a confidential discussion, please contact Chanel Santineer – Recruitment Advisor on +618 6222 8789. For more information on GHD please visit our website www.ghd.com/australia . Job Requirements: Qualifications and Experience
You will be Degree qualified in Geotechnical or Civil Engineering with 10+ years experience in tailings or a closely related area and have experience building, managing and developing technical knowledge and capabilities across a team. It would be expected that you have a proven track record in business development with the ability to demonstrate innovation when approaching market opportunities. Experience coordinating and managing project teams for effective delivery and tender proposal experience is essential for this role.