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The Supply Chain Engineer is responsible for analysis and utilization of continuous improvement tools to design Supply Chain Solutions in current and future operations. Requirements Bachelors degree required in Engineering/Business/Supply Chain or a minimum of 8 years of relevant work experience. Minimum of five years of related experience is required. Additional Requirements MBA and/or Industrial...
Stable Manufacturing Company is in search of a Project Engineer. The responsibilities of the Project Engineer are as follows: Consult with customers on product design and layout Coordinate all aspects of the project to insure deadlines are met Review request for quotation to assure system will work as quoted Work with customers to meet their needs, ship dates and budget requirements Define project...
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