FPC of Troy Jobs in Michigan
Our highly respected client desires an experienced Director ofQuality (with metal stamping experience) for their Troy, MI area location. This is a full time position that offers a competitive salary, performance bonus, 401k match, tuition reimbursement and other outstanding benefits. *Local candidates preferred, unfortunately no relocation assistance is available at this time* Main Responsibilitie...
Our client desires an experienced Program Manager (with fuel system product experience) for their Troy / Rochester Hills, MI area location. For the motivated person, this position is an excellent opportunity for career development and possible future advancement at a corporate level. This is a full time position that offers a competitive salary, performance bonus and many other outstanding benefit...
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