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Senior Mechanical Engineer - Eden Prairie, MN

Senior Mechanical Engineer-R&D Our customer is a leader in medical device innovation and provides both diagnostic and interventional capital equipment to the medical device industry. This is a medium sized, growing company with an innovative company culture; they promote from within and grow employees offering multiple potential career paths. In this position, you would be focused on developing their next generation equipment and accessories. This is a great opportunity for a self-starter who enjoys mentoring and coaching others. Direct Hire position in the SW Twin Cities. Responsibilities: Designs, develops, prototypes, and tests cost-effective mechanical hardware as part of electromechanical equipment development Utilizes knowledge of materials and manufacturing processes to understand the interdependencies/design constraints resulting in reliable designs Design For: Quality, Reliability, Serviceability, Manufacturability, Test and Product Cost while meeting the needs of the customer. Develop tests for design verification and validation for electromechanical products. Perform design verification activities. Diagnose the causes of system failures and specify solutions. Rigorous documentation for all phases of product development, including design specifications, verification test plans, CAD models, drawings, and change orders associated with medical devices and accessories. Create & maintain project plans, coordinates project activities, set/adhere to milestones, manage concurrent projects Perform work in adherence to the Quality Management System (QMS), including development and maintenance of documentation Ensures product meets requirements regulated by FDA, UL, IEC, CE and other governing bodies Requirements: BS Mechanical / Manufacturing Engineering 5+ years experience as a design engineer developing electromechanical equipment in a regulated industry Working knowledge of finite element analysis, tolerance analysis, and geometric tolerances Experience with design of injection molded, sheet metal and machined components Proficient in Solid Works, including drawing creation Working knowledge of statistics Preferred: Experience in a regulated medical device industry Familiar with actuators and/or pump design including screw drives, peri pumps, and motor controls/sizing, various valve types (check, pinch, piston, shear, etc.) Knowledge of QSR, ISO/EN and Quality System Standards Familiar with use of 3D printing and design For immediate consideration apply online or email brad.coleman@nerinc.com

Senior Electrical Engineer - Eden Prairie, MN

Sr. Electrical Engineer-R&D Our customer is a leader in medical device innovation and provides both diagnostic and interventional capital equipment to the medical device industry. This is a medium sized, growing company with an innovative company culture. In this role, you will be responsible for the design and test of electrical circuits, motor control devices, sensors, switches and other electrical equipment components for next generation products. Direct Hire position in the SW Twin Cities. Responsibilities: Designs, develops, prototypes, measures, modifies and tests cost-effective electrical systems as part of electromechanical equipment development. Specification and qualification of new electrical designs. Designs, models, implements, and tests electrical circuits for DC brushless motor control. Utilizes knowledge of electronics to understand the interdependencies/design constraints resulting in reliable designs. Design For: Quality, Reliability, Serviceability, Manufacturability, Test and Product Cost while meeting the needs of the customer. Develop tests for design verification and validation for electromechanical products. Perform design verification activities. Design, build, verify and document manufacturing test fixtures. Simulation of circuits and systems as appropriate to assure product performance. Rigorous documentation, including design specifications, verification test plans, project schedules and change orders associated with medical devices. Create & maintain project plans, coordinates project activities, set/adhere to milestones, manage concurrent projects. Perform work in adherence to the Quality Management System (QMS), including development and maintenance of documentation. Ensures product meets requirements regulated by FDA, UL, IEC, CE and other governing bodies. Requirements: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 5+ years of electrical engineering experience Experience with hardware development through full product lifecycle Experience with DC brushless motor control design Experienced in schematic capture and printed circuit board layout using Altium Designer, PADS or equivalent Familiarity with development and debug tools. Demonstrated ability to use a multi-meter, oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, and logic analyzer Preferred: 3+ years medical device industry experience Familiarity with embedded systems, microprocessors, and communication protocols Understanding of EMI and UL requirements. Experienced in the design of experiments, data analysis, statistical methods and presentation of results. For immediate consideration apply online or email lisa.lindemann@nerinc.com

CWI Inspector - Southwest, IN

NER is looking for a CWI Inspector with boiler experience for a 8 week assignment at a power plant in southwest Indiana. Project to start 3-15, working 60 hours per week. This is a second shift position. Call Mike at 763-561-1061 for details. Email resume to materials@nerinc.com Edit your external description here.

Electrical Automation Designer - Schaumburg, IL

A contract opportunity is available for an Electrical Automation Designer based outside the Chicago land Area. Start is ASAP through the end of April 2018. Scope of work involves assisting Engineering and Sales in the development of process controls solutions. Automation Systems design includes power distribution, equipment specification, instrumentation and control panel design. Contractor would provide electrical design and documentation for system power, communication network, I/O systems and loop sheets. Successful contractor must have prior AutoCad Electrical working experience involving Automation Process Control Systems (DCS or PLC). For consideration, please submit your resume to controlsgroup@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675

Assembler - Brooklyn Park, MN

Assembler I – Contract to Hire Our client is a rapidly growing leader in packaging and printing solutions and seeking an Assembler to work on a new product line. This is a contract to hire position in Brooklyn Park, MN. SUMMARY Assembles fabricated parts at floor stations. Tests and calibrates parts and mechanisms to meet tolerances and product specifications. Uses hand tools and power tools to assemble units according to product specifications. Identifies units that fail tests or tolerance levels and repairs as necessary. Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent. May be required to complete an apprenticeship and/or formal training in area of specialty. May require 0-5 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Has knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Works under immediate supervision. Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Assemble mechanical and electrical devices including but not limited to printers, printheads and subassemblies. Read and interpret process documentation, drawings, prints, diagrams, and/or schematics. Pull parts from inventory to assemble device. Complete paperwork such as work orders, forms and checklists associated with assembly of device. Basic testing, troubleshooting and inspection of assembled products for defects. Document and update assembly processes as necessary. Add assembled parts back into inventory Package assembled parts for shipment. Computer Systems: Download programs into new equipment, serialize equipment and perform required tests. Look up drawings to aid in assembly. Enter data to create labels and maintain production records. Use the business software system to perform routine transactions such as: receive and allocate jobs, kit and complete work orders, check stock levels and BOM contents, etc. Miscellaneous: Maintain inventory accuracy. Participate in cycle counting program. Notify Supervisor of count discrepancies and shortages. Train other co-workers as needed. Work Safely. Maintain a safe, clean and organized work area. Minimum Requirements: High school diploma or G.E.D. Minimum of 1-5 years previous experience. Ability to understand and interpret drawings. Excellent hand to eye coordination. Basic knowledge of hand and power tool usage. Good written and verbal communication skills Ability to work independently following general procedures. Ability to handle multiple tasks. Ability to operate general office equipment such as telephone, copier, fax, computer, etc. WORKING CONDITIONS: Use of skills requiring motor coordination with finger dexterity (e.g. keyboarding, machine operation, etc.) during most of a normal workday. Required to exert physical effort in handling objects more than 30 pounds. for immediate consideration apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Software Tester - Minneapolis, MN

Software Tester Our client is a leader in 2D and 3D sensing solutions for a wide range of challenging industrial applications. We are looking for a software tester to join their engineering team. This is a direct hire position located just west of downtown Minneapolis. This individual would be working on a wide variety of product performance and software test projects for pick and place, sensor and CMM products. Responsibilities: Testing the measurement performance and functionality of the sensor products Testing new features and functionality of supporting inspection software. Requirements: An undergraduate degree in a technology related field A good understanding of the software development process Enthusiasm for testing and the ability to identify techniques to streamline testing Ability to work as part of a scrum team as well as being self-motivated and self-directed Eagerness to learn about new technologies and tools Nice to have skills: Experience with software development using C++ and/or C# An understanding of basic statistics, and linear regression Experience with statistics tools such as Minitab, Matlab and Excel Experience with Design of Experiments Experience with regression testing Experience with automated testing tools A background in mathematics and/or engineering For immediate consideration apply online or email lisa.lindemann@nerinc.com

Mechanical Engineer - Plymouth, MN

Development Engineer Our client is a leader in technology advanced commercial HVAC products. They offer a challenging work environment and opportunity to work for the leader in the HVAC equipment industry. You will contribute to design, development and product performance evaluation, work on new product development and support existing products in a platform and system level capacity through Development engineering. In this role you will work on centrifugal compressor design. We are looking for a candidate knowledgeable in compressor, gears, bearings and mechanical design. Position in a multi-function group where the main focus will be centrifugal compressor component mechanical design with high involvement in all aspects of electrical components used in compressor. Furthermore, this position will require exposure to multiple disciplines and work in all aspects of product development from start to finish. This is a direct hire position in Western Minneapolis area. This position is available due to company growth and expansion. This is a great opportunity with a leader in the HVAC product development space. Responsibilities Centrifugal compressor design including mechanical and electrical components including material selection, gear design, bearing design, rotor dynamic analysis of both single and multi-stage compressors. Stress, vibration, modal and fatigue analysis of designed components. Detailed involvement in all steps in the product development process. Develops parts qualification process/procedure and makes decisions pass/fail from developed criteria. In depth involvement in all aspects of the test phase to validate design. Provides detailed analysis based on the mathematical, finite element analysis and experimental data. Writes detailed test plans, guide, supervise, instruct and support both lab technicians and junior engineers on all compressor testing activities. Provides documentation, for all projects and tasks throughout the development process. Guides and directs designers to create prototype and production drawings. As required, be able to review, modify, and sign off on engineering and production drawings. Teaches and mentors junior engineers the aspects of centrifugal compressor design, development, analysis and testing Procures materials needed to construct prototypes and supervises the design engineering of new models. Plans and develops test programs for prototypes using Design of Experiments as needed for complex problems with many variables. Analyzes test data and reports to determine if designs meet functional, performance, and safety specifications. Requirements: Bachelor's degree (Technical, Scientific, Engineering). 5-10+ years of related experience (Higher level degree can be substituted for years of experience). Ability to design centrifugal compressor rotating and stationary parts without the guidance or support. Requires in-depth knowledge of turbomachinery, specifically compressors (ideally centrifugal), both mechanical and electrical. Expertise in thermodynamics. Fundamental understanding of mechanical engineering principles with focus on stress analysis, mechanics of materials, vibration, fatigue, and failure modes. Extensive knowledge of compressor component design such as gears, bearings, rotating equipment, motors, casting and machining parts. Ideally this knowledge includes centrifugal compressors. Experience in product testing and data acquisition, with emphasis on compressor performance validation. Experience in design and manufacturing of mechanical and electrical components if high performance compressors Background in electrical motors nice to have. For immediate consideration apply online or email shannon.becker@nerinc.com

Sr. Electrical Engineer - Minnetonka, MN

Senior Electrical Engineer Our client specializes in power conversion technology and power supplies for custom customer applications in computer, networking and storage industry. This is a new division of a world-class parent company with solid financial backing. The candidate in this role will create industry leading development processes and procedures to ensure that products are robust, reliable, meet safety requirements, meet cost targets, and on-time. Each employee must be a true team player in assisting others. Senior Engineers will not only be leaders, but mentors, establishing a culture of success and trust with our customers and the team. Direct Hire position in S/SW Minneapolis Suburb Responsibilities Lead engineer responsible for program success. Mentor/Assign tasks to Engineers on the team Assist in CAD layout to properly influence layout techniques to minimize loop lengths, EMI and interference issues. Test and troubleshoot problems and identify solutions. Ensure program progress, customer expectations, schedule, cost targets, etc. are being met. Communicate with team Program Manager to make sure scheduling and needs shall be achieved Prepare design review documentation for peers Develop relationships with customer engineers to achieve project and long term success. Requirements BSEE or equivalent 5-7+ years of Power Supply design experience. Experience with Analog and Digital Circuit design Understanding of EMI filtering Knowledge of power circuits and power electronics Experienced with Microprocessor based systems Must be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship either now or in the future. For immediate consideration apply online or email brad.coleman@nerinc.com

Electrical Engineer - Minnetonka, MN

Electrical Engineer Our client specializes in power conversion technology and power supplies for custom customer applications in computer, networking and storage industry. This is a new division of a world-class parent company with solid financial backing. The candidate in this role will create industry leading development processes and procedures to ensure that products are robust, reliable, meet safety requirements, meet cost targets, and on-time. Each employee must be a true team player in assisting others. Direct Hire position in S/SW Minneapolis Suburb Responsibilities Develop a comprehensive test plans for product development and test projects Test and troubleshoot problems, propose solutions related to power supply development Work with electrical, firmware and mechanical engineering team to develop custom power supplies Participate in design reviews Develop world class relationships with customer engineers as you develop custom products Requirements BSEE or equivalent 2-5+ years of related experience Ability to test multiple aspects of a power supply, develop automated test reports. Understanding of Analog and Digital Circuit design Understanding of EMI filtering Knowledge of power circuits and power electronics Experienced with Microprocessor based systems Must be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship either now or in the future. For immediate consideration apply online or email brad.coleman@nerinc.com

Embedded Software Engineer - Bloomington, MN

Embedded Software Engineer - Contractor Our client is a Defense Contractor seeking an Embedded Software Engineering Expertise on their team to develop ruggedized computers for operation in harsh military environments. In this role you will be responsible for low level driver development, Linux kernel development and implementing software in C/C++ Contract position. 6+ months duration Responsibilities: Support lab integration, checkout and board bring-up Work with BSP and BIOS level code Documentation of custom BIOS development Low level driver development Linux kernel development Implement software in C/C++ Assist with design activities and documentation Investigate and solve problem reports Requirements: BSCS or Similar BIOS and Board Support Package (BSP) development / integration experience Embedded Real Time Linux operating system knowledge Significant experience with C/C++ Low level Driver and Kernel development experience in a Linux environment 5-15 years of related experience Preferred Skills: D0178B Experience with commercial RTOS systems (Wind River or Green Hills) Experience with avionics interfaces (Fiber Channel, MIL-STD-1553, IEEE 1394) Network (socket) and network protocol programming Due to the nature of work performed within our facilities, U.S. citizenship is required. For immediate consideration apply online or email resume to brad.coleman@nerinc.com

Maintenance Mechanic - Minneapolis, MN

Maintenance Mechanic We are currently looking for a Maintenance Mechanic (1st Shift) for our client in NE Minneapolis. The Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for repairing and maintaining machinery and mechanical equipment, such as engines, motors, pneumatic tools, conveyors systems, and hydraulic systems or tools. This is a temp to hire situation. For more information apply or call our offices at 763-561-7610 Responsibilities Install, repair, rebuild, and maintain machinery and mechanical equipment used in production and related services. Diagnose machine malfunctions and operating difficulties. Rebuild machines and overhaul troublesome components and attachments to involve dismantling, inspection, machining, or replacement of purchased parts. Inspects used parts to determine changes in dimensional requirements, using rules, calipers, micrometers, and other measuring instruments. Adjusts functional parts of devices and control instruments. Fabricates repair parts by using machine shop instrumentation and equipment. Ensures operation of machinery and mechanical equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements on production machines; following diagrams, sketches, operations manuals, manufacturer’s instructions, and engineering specifications. Provides maintenance information by answering questions and requests. May repair electrical equipment. Required High School Diploma or equivalent GED 3 years of related experience in an industrial environment Good communication and problem-solving skills Must be comfortable working on a variety of machines Knowledge in hydraulics and general maintenance Electrical Certificate (Preferred) Machinist background (Preferred) Shift: 1st (6:00 AM – 3:30 PM Monday - Friday) Location: NE, Minneapolis For immediate consideration apply online or email resume to brad.coleman@nerinc.co

Lead MES Engineer - Philadelphia, PA

Do you enjoy designing and working with MES Systems and taking the Lead on project execution? Do you enjoy implementing new technology as it becomes available? If so, then consider this full time opportunity for a Lead MES Engineer based in the Philadelphia, PA area. As the technical lead and individual contributor, you will contribute to software architecture design, development of software applications and integration into enterprise systems in the Biotech/Pharmaceutical and FDA Regulated Industries, as well as others. Responsibilities: Define functional requirements through client interviews, documentation analysis and Work Flow Process Mapping Architect and lead the implementation of MES and System Integration Projects. Define MES solution architectures and develops DDS Contribute and at times lead implementation of MES solutions Responsible for technical deliverables during the entire lifecycle of MES Projects Proactively engage customers in the process of defining the technical approach for MES solutions and be a liaison between the internal project team/management and customer teams/management. Provide project execution leadership and mentor fellow project members Stay current with technological advances Assist existing customers in problem resolution and help define future sales opportunities. Understand the project scope and financials, and participate in the framing and quoting of projects to ensure successful execution System startups at customers’ plants Qualifications: Bachelors of Science Degree – Engineering or Computer Science Minimum 10 years automation experience, 5 years’ experience with MES Systems - designing and executing MES systems. Experience with one or more of the following systems a plus – Werum, Syncade, Invensys, POMSnet, Camstar, Elan designing or implementing MES applications. Experience working within a regulated industry - F&B, Pharma or similar Strong communications skills with all levels of the organization (internal/external) Programming experience in software development – experience with .NET technologies preferred. Strong exposure to MES technologies, including automated data collection, historian applications (OSI PI a plus), visualization, quality and efficiency in manufacturing, SCADA, automated decision control, workflow, database applications, scheduling and interface to ERP Systems. Ability to travel for routine, short-duration (1 – 2 weeks) project meetings, training and other business events. Ability to travel for temporary assignments (domestic and international) away from home office (e.g. customer project sites). Typical assignments range from 2 – 6 months at a time. (In some cases, periodic return trips home are available during travel assignments) Interested candidates not living in the Philadelphia area and not desiring to relocate, may also be possibly considered depending upon their location and experience. For consideration, please submit your resume in Word format to controls@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675. Only candidates based and legally authorized to work in the United States will be given consideration. Candidates requiring sponsorship are not eligible for consideration.

R&D Technician - Brooklyn Park, MN

R&D Technician Our client specializes in design, development, manufacturing, and assembly of complex medical devices. We are looking for an R&D Technician who has previous operator/assembler experience and who is very familiar with reinforced catheters. This technician will provide technical support for R&D, product development, process development, and transfer to manufacturing. We are looking for someone with specific understanding of the following processes related to reinforced catheters: braiding, Coiling, Stretching PTFE liners, Reflow process parameter development and Cutting braid back. Position is located in Brooklyn Park, MN. Responsibilities: Work closely with R&D team to design and develop innovative Medical Devices Develop and refine work instructions Train and support operators on new manufacturing projects Drive timelines and assist in product manufacturing when necessary Gather inspection data on new products to refine customer specs Work with project team to build quality product and deliver on time Requirements: Knowledge of both braided shaft and balloon catheter design and manufacturing Ability to read and understand product specifications and manufacturing work instructions Understanding of the following processes related to reinforced catheters: braiding, Coiling, Stretching PTFE liners, Reflow process parameter development and Cutting braid back For immediate consideration, apply online or email Brad.Coleman@nerinc.com

QA/QC Inspector - Pocatello, ID

Immediate need for a QA/QC Inspector to perform 3rd party (source) inspections at our customer’s supplier in Pocatello, Idaho. Duration is 3 days working 10 hours each day. Duties and responsibilities; Perform final inspection, and document review. Document review will consist of weld maps, WPQ’s, PQR’s, WPS’s, MTR’s, NDT, and as built drawings to ensure the equipment is built to meet the Drawings and specifications. Also witness a pressure test. Inspection will be Wednesday, December 27th to Friday December 29th. Call Mike for more details at 763-561-1061, email resume to materials@nerinc.com

MES Process Engineer - Philadelphia, PA

Process Automation and Engineering Company has a full time opportunity available for a MES Process Engineer based in the Philadelphia area. In this role, you will be working with some of our top automation engineers to develop, design, implement and test MES Solutions to customers. You must possess strong working experience in a plant environment as a user of MES Systems. This experience will help you work with our Engineering Team to maximize the value of MES Solutions to end users and during the front end of defining customer requirements. Responsibilities: Work with customers to develop functional requirements for MES solutions Develop detailed designs, implement and test MES solutions that meet customer requirements Develop engineering documentation Work effectively with project teams, client organizations and sales Quickly learn new skills and technologies Startup of Systems at customers’ plants Develop strong customer relationships Qualifications: Bachelor in Science Degree – Chemistry or Biology with a minimum of 3 years’ process operations experience in a highly automated pharmaceutical, biotech or similar regulated manufacturing facility. Direct manufacturing or manufacturing support experience in regulated Life Sciences industry in an automated environment. Demonstrated experience of engineering principles related to typical pharmaceutical processing and support equipment Strong communications skills – both oral and written at all levels of the organization Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment Ability to travel for routine, short-duration (1 – 2 weeks) projects, training and other business events. Ability to travel for temporary assignments (domestic and international) away from home office (e.g. customer project sites). Typical assignments range from 2 – 6 months at a time. (In some cases, periodic return trips home are available during travel assignments) Experience in at least one computer language and MES Solutions. For consideration, please submit your resume to controls@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675. Only candidates legally authorized to work in the United States will be considered. This is not a position for which sponsorship will be provided.

Electrical Engineer - Avionics Design - Bloomington, MN

Electrical Engineer – Avionics Design – Contract Our client is a Defense Contractor seeking Electrical Engineering Expertise on their team to research, design and develop information processing hardware to operate in a harsh military environment. Avionics hardware consists of various electrical system components mechanisms, materials, circuitry, equipment and processes. In this role you will be responsible for the design of circuit card assemblies based on the system hardware requirements, selecting electronic components, implementing the schematic design, directing the layout and routing of printed wiring boards, performing design analysis/simulation, and supporting system integration. Additional responsibilities include evaluating the system performance, implementing test plans and writing design documentation. Contract position. 6-12+ months duration Responsibilities: Design of circuit card assemblies based on the system hardware requirements Participating in the selection of electronic components Implementation of the schematic design Supporting the layout and routing of printed wiring boards Performing design analysis/simulation Supporting system integration. Evaluating system performance Implementing test plans Writing design documentation. Transforming customer objectives and system requirements into compliant designs Working with interdisciplinary teams consisting of mechanical, thermal, reliability, safety, manufacturing engineers and others to provide quality designs in compressed time-frames Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and 5+ years of experience OR MSEE Recent experience with current release Mentor Graphics DxDesigner schematic capture and printed wiring board design tools Complex multi-core microprocessor designs Desired Skills: Gigabit Ethernet Fibre Channel 1553 PCIe VME64 VITA 46 CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS: U.S. Government DOD security clearance is not required for this position. Due to the nature of work performed within our facilities, U.S. citizenship is required For immediate consideration apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Test Technician - Plymouth, MN

We are currently looking for a hardware test technician to perform test and evaluation of new products. The successful candidate will have a background in electronics or hardware and experience with general electronics testing. Training will be provided with respect to specialty hardware knowledge and the established test process. This is a 6-12 month contract position, and we are ready for the candidate to start right away. Please email Brad.Coleman@nerinc.com for more information. Responsibilities: Familiarizing themselves with the test plan Configuring the existing test equipment (oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, bit error rate testers, optical power meters) Performing the required hardware and RF tests Writing a test report Qualify Optical Device on custom systems Requirements: BSEE, BSEET and 3-5+ years experience or a test technician with 8-10+ years related experience Experienced / familiarity with testing Ethernet products desired Background in electronics or hardware design and/or test Experienced writing test report For immediate consideration, apply online or email Brad.Coleman@nerinc.com

Lead Process Control Engineer - Philadelphia, PA

Process Automation and Engineering Company has a full time opportunity available for a Lead Process Controls Engineer based in the Philadelphia area. In this role, you will be a lead contributor of an Engineering Team working together to develop solutions for client’s most complex automation challenges. You will lead the design, implementation, testing and startup of Process Control Systems in the Life Sciences Industry. Responsibilities: Participate in all phases of a project from defining project requirements to startup in the field. Provide System Architecture consulting for customers in the Life Sciences Industry apply S95 and S88 project concepts. Develop strong customer relations to influence long-term automation plans and strategies Lead project teams responsible for the design, configuration and testing of continuous and batch control strategies. Work with customer’s engineers to develop functional requirements. Work with Project Management to understand the project scope and financials; identify change orders and justify changes. Act as a liaison between the internal project team/management and the client. Mentor other members of the engineering team. Qualifications: BS in Engineering or Computer Science with minimum of 10 years overall process control engineering experience. Minimum 5 years batch process control experience on large capital projects involving implementation in a DCS or PLC along with MES in the Life Science Industry. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must have the demonstrated ability to work in a team environment as both a leader and an individual contributor. Ability to quickly establish good working relationships with others at all levels of the organization. Ability to travel for extended periods of time to project locations depending on project requirements (typically 6 to 8 weeks but can be several months.) Experience working on projects requiring FDA validation. For consideration, please submit your resume to controls@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675. Only candidates legally authorized to work in the United States will be considered. This is not a position for which sponsorship will be provided.

Manufacturing Engineer I - Staunton, VA

Manufacturing Engineer – Direct Hire, VA Our customer is a leader in technologically advanced HVAC equipment, Energy Management, and service support. They are growing and seeking a Manufacturing Engineer to evaluate, develop and improve manufacturing processes to support plant management with their production facilities and equipment issues. This is a direct hire position in Staunton, VA. Relocation assistance is available for well qualified candidates. Responsibilities: Provides manufacturing engineering expertise and working collaboratively on manufacturing processes. Participates in continuous improvement/cost down events Support Manufacturing floor activities, troubleshoot manufacturing issues and keep manufacturing line productive including CNC programming Utilizes work measurement tools to analyze work samples to develop standards for labor utilization. Estimates production times, staffing requirements, and related costs to provide information for management decisions. Analyzes operational data such as work force utilization, facility layout, and workflow to design layout of equipment and workspace following lean manufacturing principles for maximum effectiveness of workers and equipment. Ensures manufacturing systems are operational and functioning effectively. Recommends methods for improving worker effectiveness, safety, and quality; and reducing costs, including recommendations regarding restructuring job duties, reorganizing work flow consistent with demand flow technology, relocating work stations and equipment, and purchase of equipment. Collaborates with the management team to develop Operational Method Sheets, training checklists, and training matrixes. Collaborates with the Safety Manager to identify and implement safe procedures and enhance ergonomics in the manufacturing process. Assists in design for manufacturability for new product development through participation on cross functional product design teams. Establishes production process procedures and measurement parameters for new products and processes. Provides marketing and engineering with cost of new, redesigned, and current products. Specifies design of equipment/tools to assist in new and existing production processes, and obtain quotes/bids for construction of equipment to submit with recommendations. Evaluates capital equipment investment options and prepares recommendations regarding purchases Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Industrial technology or Industrial Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent 1-5 years of experience as a manufacturing or industrial engineer working with and improving manufacturing processes including cellular manufacturing and Demand Flow Technology Sheet metal fabrication and assembly experience desired CNC programming skills highly desirable. For immediate consideration, apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Environmental Heath and Safety Manager - Owatonna, MN

Manager, Environmental, Health & Safety Our client is an industry leader and in this role you’ll manage environmental health and safety of a $200 million; 400+ person plant. This is a key role in a plant that works primarily with sheet metal and we’re seeking someone to focus on safety within the plant. Plans, guides, and implements organization safety program to ensure safe, healthy, and accident-free work environment by performing the following duties This is a direct hire position located in South/Central MN. Responsibilities: Assist site management with the development and monitoring of site specific written environmental, health and safety policies and/or practices to augment legal requirements and corporate policies and practices. Assists supervision in the coordination and performance of all incident investigations to insure prompt corrective action is taken to minimize company exposure to future incidents and provide a legal record when needed. Personally investigates all Daikin Level 4 and above incidents. Assist management in the development of an industrial hygiene program to monitor and control personal and general work area exposures at the site. Examples include; noise, heat stress, ergonomics, chemical exposure and radiation. Continually monitor, review and evaluate site’s exposure to risk of injury and loss. Inform and assist site management in taking action as necessary towards prevention and control. Assist requester in the review of new equipment and specification to determine if all safety and health hazards have been identified and proper precautions put in place prior to operation. This includes formal review following installation to ensure incorporation of any required additions. Assist Supervision in the evaluation of necessity and the appropriate selection of personal protective equipment and implement a proper training program for its use. Ensure the development of effective EH&S training Programs. Assist supervisors in the delivery of training to employees of all required environmental, health and safety programs. Assist in the setup and coordination of site safety committees and act as a reference for these committees. Qualify, select and manage outside EH&S consultants/ resources, according to a strict scope of work to perform work necessary to supplement internal resources. Develop and implement a program/system to track required metrics for reporting and monitor performance for continuous improvement. Work with corporate in the implementation and tracking of EHS items including corporate metrics, programs, policies, and procedures. Serves as the primary contact between local government agencies for EH&S concerns. This includes, but not limited to permitting, tracking, inspections, and reporting.. Address IDLH (immediate danger to life and health) by protecting employees by implementing immediate fixes including, but not limited to, removing equipment from service, stopping production and work stoppage. Requirements 4 Year Degree in Engineering, Environmental, Safety, or Industrial Hygiene discipline with a minimum of five years of related experience. (Applicable experience of 5 years of experience with an ASP or CSP may be used in lieu of educational requirements). Must demonstrate a working knowledge of Environmental Health and Safety regulations. Must have extensive knowledge of OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act), state OSHA, DOL (Department of Labor), DOH (Department of Health), EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and local regulations. Working knowledge, experience, and competence in managing and maintaining EHS Management Systems i.e. ISO14001, OHSAS 18001 and other third party certificates Knowledge of local, state and federal environmental, health and safety laws and regulations by attending seminars classes and training annually. For immediate consideration apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

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