Mechanical Project Engineer

Company Sizzle points:
A well-established company that has been in existence for over 90 years
The company is recognized as a world-wide leader for the industries that they work in.
Company was recognized by Engineering News Record for a project that was completed in Russia as a "Best Project or it's Exemplary Management"
Employ over 4000 employees worldwide
Global manufacturer
Features and benefits this company offers:
The company offers an incredible benefits package and picks up virtually all of your healthcare costs
Company paid dental/vision/STD/LTD and offers life insurance at 2 times your annual salary
Offers a 401K with a generous match
Offers a schedule where you are off every other Friday for the entire year
Information about the community:
Located in Northern Columbiana County, our client is approximately 30 minutes from the Boardman area and approximately 45 minutes from Canton/Akron area. Cleveland and Pittsburgh are both about a 90 minute drive.
The community has several parks that contain over three hundred acers for adult and youth sports, fishing, hiking, running, swimming and a concert venue.
Total population of about 12,500 people.
The school system has been ranked "excellent" by the State of Ohio
There is also a branch of Kent State University located close by.
The community also poses a large regional medical facility with state of the art equipment.
Background Profile:
Must possess a four year degree in Mechanical Engineering
Possess three plus years of experience in the design of furnaces
Required to be capable of sizing and selecting mechanical components
Proven experience in performing complete mechanical calculations
Capable of working independently - make technical decisions
Must have experience in developing budgets (Material and hours) for projects
Possess prior experience providing direction to designers on project work

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