Applications Engineering “All-Star”-Engineered-To-Order Machinery (61034)

Albert Einstein said, “In the middle of difficulty, lies opportunity. Don’t wait for opportunity. Create it.”

Like you, we are all in the middle of great difficulty due to the disruptions created by the coronavirus. Yet, I have not put things on hold while waiting for the economy to turn around. I have been working to create opportunity for my clients and our “All-Star” engineering candidates once things rebound. That means I have been talking to more clients about interim staffing solutions which target the specific skill set needed to be ready for the time business bounces back.

On the “All-Star” engineering candidate level, I used the disruption to speak to more talented engineering professionals about career interests and moves that they are ready to make when opportunity presents itself. One engineering “All-Star” I’ve spoken to recently has progressive applications and design engineering experience within the engineered-to-order machinery industry. He’s been promoted twice in the last 3 years and is now the Manager of an applications engineering team with a national manufacturer.

He’s from Chicago, as is his spouse, and is now searching for that next opportunity to get back to the area to settle down and to be near family and friends.

Do you have 10 minutes to discuss how this¬†engineering “All-Star”¬†could help create opportunities for your organization as things get back to a more normal setting? Please give me a call at 312.226.4916 or email to discuss in more detail.

Applications Engineer & Manager (61034)-Engineered to Order Machinery
-4 years of application engineering experience for engineered to order machinery with an emphasis on electrical and hydraulic systems design
-Experience managing multi-disciplinary teams of mechanical, electrical and drafting professionals
-Restructured applications department to reduce project lead times while integrating ongoing cost reduction initiatives into day to day schedule
-Launched a pilot project to 3D scan purchased components to improve the accuracy of drawings and models used to manufacturing and assembly teams
-Created visual work orders using Solidworks drawings used by the production team to reduce manufacturing assembly time by 10%
-Familiar with Solidworks and AutoCAD for electrical and hydraulic system design
-Bachelor of Science, Engineering, Penn State University
-Honorably Discharged United States Marine Corps, Captain

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