Process & Design Engineering “All-Star” Candidates #60779 & #62027

“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”  Confucius

Engineers don’t necessarily fall but are always trying to identify solutions to challenging or complex problems.  They sometimes “fall” but engineering “All-Stars” always end up rising by finding solutions to those problems.

This week, I am highlighting two engineering “All-Stars” that have been able to rise throughout their careers by coming up with solutions to process engineering and mechanical engineering problems.  Our process engineering “All-Star” has a diverse background and experience in process improvement and tooling design within metals fabrication.  Not only has he risen by making ongoing process improvements, he’s been able to improve tooling and fixturing in his plant.

The second is a design engineering “All-Star” who has a broad background from designing components and assemblies for automated machinery to designing complicated tooling used in steel manufacturing.  He’s had to rise by learning new skills in each assignment he takes on.

Could your team benefit from new engineering “All-Star” talent that could help your organization rise by finding greater engineering glory?  These engineering “All-Stars” are based in Chicagoland and are now exploring new engineering opportunities where they can find new glory by rising to the engineering task.

Please call 312.226.4916 or email to schedule a time to discuss how these engineering “All-Stars” could make an impact on your engineering team or if you have any other staffing needs we can be of help with.

Best Regards,

Cliff

Process Improvement Engineer, Metal Fabrication & Assembly, #62027
-More than 10 years process engineering and tooling design experience
-Experienced designing, developing, fabricating and testing tooling used in metal stamping, punching, forming and fabricating applications
-Reduced set-up times from 60 to 15 minutes by modifying tooling
-Decreased machine run times through CAM programming and improved training
-Trained as a Six Sigma Green Belt
-Proficient using Solidworks for CAD modeling and drawing
-Bachelor of Science, Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Mechanical Design Engineer, Metal Components and Machinery, #60779
-More than 10 years mechanical design and tooling design experience in contract and direct hire roles
-Designed complicated and complex tooling used in steel processing
-Designed custom machinery components and assemblies
-Trained as a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
-Proficient using Solidworks for CAD modeling and drawing, familiar with Unigraphics
-Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago

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