Senior Manufacturing Engineer

Company Name:
Randstad Engineering
A very stable tier 1 automotive supplier in the Montgomery/Birmingham area is looking for a Manufacturing Engineer due to the growth of the company. They are looking for someone that can help lead projects, lead teams, and help implement lean initiatives. This position is looking to be filled ASAP!
Responsibilities for the Senior Manufacturing Engineer
Improves manufacturing efficiency by analyzing and planning work flow, space requirements, and equipment layout
Evaluates manufacturing processes by designing and conducting research programs; applying knowledge of product design, fabrication, assembly, tooling, and materials.
Contribute as a team to help develop lean and continuous improvement initiatives throughout the facility
Requirements for the Senior Manufacturing Engineer
BS in Engineering or a related field
Automotive background highly preferred
Knowledge of production machinery and processes, strong mechanical and metallurgy aptitudes
Excellent leadership skills and participating in cross-functional teams
401K, health, vision, dental, etc. Profit sharing 5%-9%
Related Words: continuous improvement, six sigma, black belt, green belt
Company Description:
Randstad is a $22.5 billion global provider of HR services and the second largest staffing organization in the world. From temporary staffing to permanent placement to in-house, professionals, search & selection, and HR Solutions, Randstad holds top positions around the world and has approximately 31,100 corporate employees working from its nearly 4,700 branches and in-house locations in 40 countries.

We are a company built on a deep network of expertise that crosses industries and geographies. We recognize that talent comes in different forms, that every business has its unique challenges and opportunities. And our recruiting experts are skilled at marrying talent and business--identifying the ideal professionals for an organization's culture and its teams, its needs and its goals.

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