Markent Personnel Jobs in Fort Atkinson
2 Markent Personnel jobs in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin found on Monster.Jobs 1 to 2 of 2
Our client promoted one of its engineers so it needs to another Product Development Engineer for its flexible packaging plant. You will report to the Technical Director. Primary responsibility is the development of new products and the resolution of customer issues (end use, quality, performance) while ensuring they can be successfully manufactured. Additional responsibilities are to provide profe...
Our client needs to replace their Technical Manager who recently retired. This person is responsible for performing and supporting the daily product development activities at their flexible package plant near Madison. Product development responsibilities include: development of new specifications, material qualification, customer complaint root-cause analysis, process improvements, as well as inno...
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