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Seeking a Manufacturing Engineer Manager AAMEM2

Company Name:
RCI Recruitment Solutions
Seeking a Manufacturing Engineer
manager
AAMEM2
Our Client Company is a privately owned and independent organization engaged in a broad range of development, engineering, manufacturing and assembly activities. They are currently seeking a Manufacturing Engineer Manager in Stillwater,
oklahoma
. The salary is $80K- $95K with a relocation package.
The Manufacturing Engineer Manager drives the companys processes and methodology necessary to achieve optimal customer response, while respecting the bottom line and honoring environmental legislation. The individual in this role is essentially responsible for Manufacturing Engineering and Project Management activities that support the introduction of new products and processes while optimizing existing processes as related to the Production and Quality departments.
Requirements:
A Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related technical field (preferably, Materials
Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering); an advanced degree is a plus.
10 years of experience in manufacturing engineering that includes supervisory responsibilities,
preferably within the aerospace environment.
Outstanding knowledge of specifications and requirements for aerospace applications.
Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing and problem-solving techniques.
Strong communication skills, with an emphasis on effective writing abilities in the English language.
Excellent project management skills, analytical prowess and a detail orientation.
Competitive salary and a generous
employee
benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, paid holidays and time off, etc.
Must be a US citizen or Green Card holder.
Interested and Qualified, or do you know someone who might be?
To apply, please click on the following link and email your updated resume in Word format, highlighting the necessary requirements and indicating
position
of interest to -- with AAMEM2 and
job
description in the subject line.

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