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Engineering Assistant - Eden Prairie, MN

Engineering Assistant Our customer is a worldwide leader in advanced power supply products for a wide variety of industries. We are currently looking for an Engineering Assistant to join their team assist engineering throughout projects and creating and updating Engineering documentation. In this role, you’ll work in a team setting with other engineers and support technicians in both the office environment. This is a work hard, play hard environment with almost no turn-over; people come to this company, enjoy the work and the team and stay! This is a direct hire position available because the company is growing and will continue to offer growth opportunities down the road. If you are looking for a new opportunity, consider applying today! Responsibilities Provides administrative, data reporting/analysis and project support to engineers and/or to the Engineering groups. Independently initiates, develops and writes moderately complex reports and presentations. Maintains databases for tracking project cost, engineering change notices/orders or other documentation, components, etc. Collects, consolidates, and summarizes data from a variety of sources and produces a variety of moderately complex reports, slides, charts, timelines, flow charts, spreadsheets and presentations involving judgment and analysis. Analysis involves identifying, investigating and resolving discrepancies. Makes diversified decisions and solves problems using established standard operating procedures. Identifies areas for improvement and recognizes, initiates and implements simple improvements on a regular basis. Management or other department members may provide limited direction. Requirements Requires intermediate computer skills; knowledge and application of multiple software packages to include word processing, spreadsheet, graphics/charts, presentation (Persuasion, PowerPoint, etc.), database and/or mainframe. Associates degree and 2+ years related experience supporting engineering team, or combination of work and experience. For immediate consideration apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Machine Operator I - Rogers, MN

Machine Operator I Our client is a growing provider of packaging solutions and services and seeking an entry level machine operator to set up and operate equipment to produce orders within specification. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Works under immediate supervision. Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. This is a contract to hire position locate in Rogers, MN. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform quality checks and examine product for defects to ensure customer satisfaction. Unload and load materials by hand; handle material up to 50 pounds. General housekeeping of work area during shift Many aspects of the work are repetitive and physically demanding Some overtime may be mandatory Must wear PPE and adhere to all safety rules Must be able to work in a fast paced environment Prior industry experience preferred but not required, training is provided Maintain inventory accuracy. Participate in cycle counting program. Notify Supervisor of count discrepancies and shortages. QUALIFICATIONS: Proven experience as a Machine Operator (Will train the right person) Basic math and measuring skills Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing (English literacy) Prior experience working in a fast paced manufacturing environment is a plus Must be flexible Must be able to tolerate seasonally hot and cold working environment Fork lift experience a plus High school diploma or G.E.D. Minimum of 0-5 years previous experience For immediate consideration, apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Machine Operator II - Rogers, MN

Machine Operator II Our client is a growing provider of packaging solutions and services and is looking for an experienced machine operator to set up and operate equipment to produce orders within specification. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Works under general supervision; typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Contract to hire position in Rogers, MN. RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform quality checks and examine product for defects to ensure customer satisfaction. Unload and load materials by hand; handle material up to 50 pounds. Many aspects of the work are repetitive and physically demanding Some overtime may be mandatory Must wear PPE and adhere to all safety rules Must be able to work in a fast paced environment Maintain inventory accuracy. Participate in cycle counting program. Notify Supervisor of count discrepancies and shortages. QUALIFICATIONS: Proven experience as a Machine Operator Experience running a punch press and brake Basic math and measuring skills Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing (English literacy) Prior experience working in a fast paced manufacturing environment is a plus Must be able to tolerate seasonally hot and cold working environment Fork lift experience a plus High school diploma or G.E.D. Minimum of 1-5 years previous experience; prior industry experience preferred but not required, training is provided For immediate consideration apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Test Engineer, Sr - Staunton, VA

Test Engineer, Sr Our client is an industry leader in technology advanced commercial HVAC products. They offer a challenging work environment and opportunity to lead the HVAC equipment industry. You will contribute to overall product success through leading developments in testing, measurement methods, test process development and deployment to support new product development and existing products. This is a direct hire position, full benefits and relocation available. Responsibilities: Provide technical coaching and mentorship to all members of the global testing team Lead specific testing and measurement methods, test process development and deployment Provide primary technical knowledge in one or more of the following disciplines: accelerated testing of mechanical and electrical systems and machines sound and vibration testing metrology characterization of cleaning performance reliability growth methods regulatory and compliance testing statistical methods measurement systems analysis design of experiments software and embedded systems testing Design and execute complex testing programs to quantify the performance and reliability Provide technical oversight as required to general testing activities to ensure the highest level of quality and integrity of result. Provide training to the testing team Author, Review and approve internal testing standards. Identify new testing methodologies and recommend incorporation into existing methods and procedures. Evaluate and recommend test equipment and facilities for major capital improvements. Manage and maintain test schedules. Requirements Bachelor's of Science in Engineering; MS is strongly desired. Minimum of 5-6 years of experience in a test engineering role LabView programming experience, certification a plus Proficient in the specification and setup of complex, automated test setups. Able to identify new testing methodologies and recommend incorporation into existing processes. Accelerated testing of mechanical and electrical systems and machines Regulatory and compliance testing Knowledgeable and proficient in statistical methods related to test and product development disciplines. Experienced in Design of experiments Demonstrated success in mentoring technical colleagues. Ability to interpret and create technical standards. For immediate consideration apply online or email lisa.lindemann@nerinc.com

Mechanical Engineer - Plymouth, MN

Development Engineer Our client is a leader in technology advanced commercial HVAC products. They offer a challenging work environment and opportunity to work for the leader in the HVAC equipment industry. You will contribute to design, development and product performance evaluation, work on new product development and support existing products in a platform and system level capacity through Development engineering. In this role you will work on centrifugal compressor design. We are looking for a candidate knowledgeable in compressor, gears, bearings and mechanical design. Position in a multi-function group where the main focus will be centrifugal compressor component mechanical design with high involvement in all aspects of electrical components used in compressor. Furthermore, this position will require exposure to multiple disciplines and work in all aspects of product development from start to finish. This is a direct hire position in Western Minneapolis area. This position is available due to company growth and expansion. This is a great opportunity with a leader in the HVAC product development space. Responsibilities Centrifugal compressor design including mechanical and electrical components including material selection, gear design, bearing design, rotor dynamic analysis of both single and multi-stage compressors. Stress, vibration, modal and fatigue analysis of designed components. Detailed involvement in all steps in the product development process. Develops parts qualification process/procedure and makes decisions pass/fail from developed criteria. In depth involvement in all aspects of the test phase to validate design. Provides detailed analysis based on the mathematical, finite element analysis and experimental data. Writes detailed test plans, guide, supervise, instruct and support both lab technicians and junior engineers on all compressor testing activities. Provides documentation, for all projects and tasks throughout the development process. Guides and directs designers to create prototype and production drawings. As required, be able to review, modify, and sign off on engineering and production drawings. Teaches and mentors junior engineers the aspects of centrifugal compressor design, development, analysis and testing Procures materials needed to construct prototypes and supervises the design engineering of new models. Plans and develops test programs for prototypes using Design of Experiments as needed for complex problems with many variables. Analyzes test data and reports to determine if designs meet functional, performance, and safety specifications. Requirements: Bachelor's degree (Technical, Scientific, Engineering). 5-10+ years of related experience (Higher level degree can be substituted for years of experience). Ability to design centrifugal compressor rotating and stationary parts without the guidance or support. Requires in-depth knowledge of turbomachinery, specifically compressors (ideally centrifugal), both mechanical and electrical. Expertise in thermodynamics. Fundamental understanding of mechanical engineering principles with focus on stress analysis, mechanics of materials, vibration, fatigue, and failure modes. Extensive knowledge of compressor component design such as gears, bearings, rotating equipment, motors, casting and machining parts. Ideally this knowledge includes centrifugal compressors. Experience in product testing and data acquisition, with emphasis on compressor performance validation. Experience in design and manufacturing of mechanical and electrical components if high performance compressors Background in electrical motors nice to have. For immediate consideration apply online or email shannon.becker@nerinc.com

Field Service Technician - Brooklyn Park, MN

Field Service Technician Our client is a growing provider of packaging and labeling solutions and services and is looking for an experienced Field Service Technician supporting a new product in the Ink Jet Printing area. In this role, you’ll provide support to customers through technical phone support, field service, equipment installs, and bench repairs on industrial inkjet printers and lasers. You’ll work hands on with equipment as well as create service related procedures, train customers and distributors, provide, technical phone support, offer field service and equipment installations for continuous Ink Jet Printers. Direct hire position. Base in Minneapolis area servicing customers in the US. RESPONSIBILITIES: Conduct field service and installation work. Provide technical phone support to customers including extended hours of support. Perform in-house repair of industrial continuous ink jet printing equipment. Provide professional customer service. Access bills of material and drawings to support repair efforts. Document work performed, time and parts used. Advise supervisor or other departments of unusual damage or failures that may have been caused by design, assembly or shipping. Recommend changes to design, assembly or packaging procedures to improve product serviceability, performance or durability. Requirements: Associates preferred, High school diploma or equivalent minimum 5+ years of related experience. Previous experience servicing CIJ printers highly desired Intermediate understanding of electronics and PC networking. Strong electro-mechanical aptitude Solid trouble-shooting skills. Ability to provide professional customer service. Good knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Must have a valid driver’s license. Ability to travel 50-60% of the time. For immediate consideration apply online or email lisa.lindemann@nerinc.com

Firmware Engineer - Minnetonka, MN

Firmware Engineer Our client specializes in power conversion technology and power supplies for custom customer applications in computer, networking and storage industry. This is a new division of a world-class parent company with solid financial backing. The candidate in this role will create industry leading development processes and procedures to ensure that products are robust, reliable, meet safety requirements, meet cost targets, and on-time. Each employee must be a true team player in assisting others. Direct Hire position in S/SW Minneapolis Suburb Responsibilities Implement communication code for selected circuits, both internal and external to the power supply using I2C, RS422 and other protocols. Thorough testing and regression testing of each firmware revision is required to debug all aspects of the code and its integration with hardware. Assist in developing tools to aid in tuning loops, setting limits, and defining protection circuit needs for use by all team members. Implement and tune Input/output power monitoring digital circuitry to meet customer specifications. Assist Hardware engineers in debugging issues which may be related to firmware. Design Reviews – Attend firmware design reviews with team. Requirements BSEE or equivalent 2-5+ years with direct analog/firmware code design experience. Knowledge of Assembly, C+ and C++ coding Control Loop Theory knowledge of power supply digital controllers a plus. Must be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship either now or in the future. For immediate consideration apply online or email brad.coleman@nerinc.com

Electrical Engineer - Minnetonka, MN

Electrical Engineer Our client specializes in power conversion technology and power supplies for custom customer applications in computer, networking and storage industry. This is a new division of a world-class parent company with solid financial backing. The candidate in this role will create industry leading development processes and procedures to ensure that products are robust, reliable, meet safety requirements, meet cost targets, and on-time. Each employee must be a true team player in assisting others. Direct Hire position in S/SW Minneapolis Suburb Responsibilities Develop a comprehensive test plans for product development and test projects Test and troubleshoot problems, propose solutions related to power supply development Work with electrical, firmware and mechanical engineering team to develop custom power supplies Participate in design reviews Develop world class relationships with customer engineers as you develop custom products Requirements BSEE or equivalent 2-5+ years of related experience Ability to test multiple aspects of a power supply, develop automated test reports. Understanding of Analog and Digital Circuit design Understanding of EMI filtering Knowledge of power circuits and power electronics Experienced with Microprocessor based systems Must be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship either now or in the future. For immediate consideration apply online or email brad.coleman@nerinc.com

Sr. Electrical Engineer - Minnetonka, MN

Senior Electrical Engineer Our client specializes in power conversion technology and power supplies for custom customer applications in computer, networking and storage industry. This is a new division of a world-class parent company with solid financial backing. The candidate in this role will create industry leading development processes and procedures to ensure that products are robust, reliable, meet safety requirements, meet cost targets, and on-time. Each employee must be a true team player in assisting others. Senior Engineers will not only be leaders, but mentors, establishing a culture of success and trust with our customers and the team. Direct Hire position in S/SW Minneapolis Suburb Responsibilities Lead engineer responsible for program success. Mentor/Assign tasks to Engineers on the team Assist in CAD layout to properly influence layout techniques to minimize loop lengths, EMI and interference issues. Test and troubleshoot problems and identify solutions. Ensure program progress, customer expectations, schedule, cost targets, etc. are being met. Communicate with team Program Manager to make sure scheduling and needs shall be achieved Prepare design review documentation for peers Develop relationships with customer engineers to achieve project and long term success. Requirements BSEE or equivalent 5-7+ years of Power Supply design experience. Experience with Analog and Digital Circuit design Understanding of EMI filtering Knowledge of power circuits and power electronics Experienced with Microprocessor based systems Must be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship either now or in the future. For immediate consideration apply online or email brad.coleman@nerinc.com

Analyzer Technician - Corpus Christi, TX

If you're seeking long term Instrument Tech work then consider this opportunity based in Corpus Christi with a solid company. It's a 2-6 month contract opportunity with the potential to transition to full time employment for the right candidate. Responsibilities involve providing day-to-day support of Combustion Analyzer at a Chemical Plant. Analyzers include CEMS, Gas Chromatographs, Oxygen, Carbon Monoxide, Methane, etc. Schedule will be working 4X10 hour week. For consideration, please submit your resume to automation@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675

Instrument Technician - Corpus Christi, TX

If you're seeking a long term Instrument Tech opportunity then consider this contract to direct position based in Corpus Christi, TX with a solid company. It's a 2-6 month contract opportunity with the potential to transition to full time employment for the right person. Instrument Tech will be working on-site at a Chemical Plant providing day-to-day maintenance support of various instruments - pressure, temp, flow and level. Daily work will involve calibration, troubleshooting and maintenance work. Work schedule is 4 X 10 hour week. For consideration, please submit your resume to controls@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675

Control Systems Engineer - Houston, TX

An 8 week contract opportunity is available for a Control Systems Engineer with DeltaV Batch experience. Scope of work involves Configuration and Testing work and is based in the Houston area. Start is ASAP running through Mid August. For consideration, please submit your resume to controls@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675

Systems Integration Engineer - Philadelphia, PA

A 6 month contract opportunity is available for a Systems Integration Engineer. Start is ASAP and work is based in the Philadelphia area. Other geographical locations may be considered for the right candidate. In this role, the Engineer will be responsible for building interfaces to various systems. Some of these include MES, DCS, Lab Information Systems and SAP. Strong programming and testing experience is required (C#, .NET, SQL, VB). Experience working with MES Systems is a firm requirements. For consideration, please submit your resume to controls@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675

Supplier Quality Engineer - Hickory, NC

Our client has an immediate need for a Supplier Quality Engineer for a 4-6 month contract assignment at our client’s supplier’s location in the Ontario, CA. area. This is an immediate need, working 40 hours per week. Position Purpose This position acts as a key member in the execution of the company strategy in quality and sustaining engineering throughout all phases of the product lifecycle. Critical functions of this role are test development and improvement, diagnosis of commercial technologies and leading, cross-functional, warranty improvement teams through Lean Sigma activities. Primary Responsibilities • Manage new product development activities related to supplier requirements including but not limited to; New Supplier Evaluations, FMEA and Control Plan development, Production Part Approval. • Execute ongoing supplier audits and continuous improvement/Six Sigma programs to yield desired results. • Provide effective team leadership and project management for quality investigations and improvements (CAPA). • Participate in Design Reviews with Product Development • Execute monthly monitoring of supplier performance and inform Strategic Sourcing team. • Provide timely updates to cross-functional teams and senior level management. • Work with Engineering, Operations and Manufacturing on drawings, BOM, change notices, continuous improvement activities and product testing. • Other duties as assigned Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) • Cost savings, reduction and avoidance • Compliance to performance and regulatory expectations • Warranty and yield improvements • Design for Excellence participation • Overall Equipment Effectiveness for manufacturing sites • Successful new product introductions Education Requirements • Minimum of 4+ years in a supplier quality role, preferably in a lean manufacturing environment • B.S. Engineering (preferred) • Lean Sigma certification a plus Knowledge, skills & abilities: • High aptitude for technical writing • Working knowledge of Enterprise Planning software • Ability to read technical drawings and specifications • Strong oral and written communication • MS Project, Visio and standard Office applications • Design of Experiments (JMP, MiniTab or similar) • Change Control management • Critical Path thinking For immediate consideration call Mike at 763-561-1061, email resume to materials@nerinc.com

Supplier Quality Engineer - Ontario, CA

Our client has an immediate need for a Supplier Quality Engineer for a 4-6 month contract assignment at our client’s supplier’s location in the Ontario, CA. area. This is an immediate need, working 40 hours per week. Position Purpose This position acts as a key member in the execution of the company strategy in quality and sustaining engineering throughout all phases of the product lifecycle. Critical functions of this role are test development and improvement, diagnosis of commercial technologies and leading, cross-functional, warranty improvement teams through Lean Sigma activities. Primary Responsibilities • Manage new product development activities related to supplier requirements including but not limited to; New Supplier Evaluations, FMEA and Control Plan development, Production Part Approval. • Execute ongoing supplier audits and continuous improvement/Six Sigma programs to yield desired results. • Provide effective team leadership and project management for quality investigations and improvements (CAPA). • Participate in Design Reviews with Product Development • Execute monthly monitoring of supplier performance and inform Strategic Sourcing team. • Provide timely updates to cross-functional teams and senior level management. • Work with Engineering, Operations and Manufacturing on drawings, BOM, change notices, continuous improvement activities and product testing. • Other duties as assigned Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) • Cost savings, reduction and avoidance • Compliance to performance and regulatory expectations • Warranty and yield improvements • Design for Excellence participation • Overall Equipment Effectiveness for manufacturing sites • Successful new product introductions Education Requirements • Minimum of 4+ years in a supplier quality role, preferably in a lean manufacturing environment • B.S. Engineering (preferred) • Lean Sigma certification a plus Knowledge, skills & abilities: • High aptitude for technical writing • Working knowledge of Enterprise Planning software • Ability to read technical drawings and specifications • Strong oral and written communication • MS Project, Visio and standard Office applications • Design of Experiments (JMP, MiniTab or similar) • Change Control management • Critical Path thinking For immediate consideration call Mike at 763-561-1061, email resume to materials@nerinc.com

Manufacturing Engineer - Staunton, VA

Manufacturing Engineer – Direct Hire, VA Our customer is a leader in technologically advanced HVAC equipment, Energy Management, and service support. The client is a Fortune 1000 company, they offer excellent compensation and benefits and relocation packages to out of the area candidates. They are growing and seeking a Manufacturing Engineer to support continuous improvement projects, lead Kaizen events & workshops and provide 8D instruction. This is a direct hire position in Staunton, VA. Responsibilities: Provides manufacturing engineering expertise and working collaboratively on manufacturing processes improvement. Participates in continuous improvement/cost down events Lead Kaizen Events and workshops Establishes corrective actions based on statistical analysis Focus on the origin of the problem by determining its root causes. Provide 8D instruction Utilizes work measurement tools to analyze work samples to develop standards Recommends methods for improving continuous improvement including worker effectiveness, safety, and quality, reducing costs and could including recommendations regarding restructuring job duties, reorganizing work flow consistent with demand flow technology, relocating work stations and equipment, and purchase of equipment. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Industrial technology or Industrial Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent Three+ years of experience as a manufacturing or industrial engineer working with continuous improvement efforts, improving manufacturing processes including cellular manufacturing and Demand Flow Technology Experienced with 8D problem solving approach, ideally in a cellular manufacturing environment Experienced leading Kaizen events / workshops Sheet metal fabrication and assembly experience desired For immediate consideration, apply online or email shannon.becker@nerinc.com

Owner's Representative - Warwick, RI

A 6 - 12+ month contract opportunity is available for an Owner's Rep with Control Systems experience to work onsite representing this client. In this role, you will be operating at a Lead Level as the technical point of contact for other vendors and directly represent the customer during process decision making and Capital Project work involving control systems. Contractor Rep must have DeltaV Hardware and Software working experience since project work involves this system. Pharma experience is preferred with the physical layer and batch programming knowledge. Start is ASAP. For consideration, please submit your resume to controls@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675

Software Engineer - Minneapolis, MN

Software Engineer Our client develops globally competitive solutions for industrial applications including integrated circuits (ASICs), sensors, controllers, and wireless networking products. Their product line includes photoelectric, ultrasonic, radar, and vibration sensors used for process control, vehicle detection, and machine monitoring, as well as web services to facilitate realtime equipment monitoring and industrial Internet of Things (IoT) applications. We are looking for a talented Software Engineer to join our growing team. This is a direct hire position in Western Minneapolis suburb Responsibilities: Work in a collaborative R&D environment pushing the limits of technology and developing new products. We are looking for someone to work on full cycle product development interested in a wide variety of technologies within Software Development Work with experienced engineers to architect, implement, and document internal and customerfacing applications that support new and existing embedded systems. Potential design elements include graphical user interfaces, web interfaces, communication protocols, mobile applications (iOS, Android), database management, and digital signal processing. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science Proven ability to transform conceptual design specifications into functional, well architected, and visually appealing customerfacing applications Experience with complex data structures and algorithms Experience with deployment of software products Effective organizational and timemanagement skills with the ability to handle multiple projects and priorities Preferred Qualifications: Proficiency in C# and the .NET framework, including development and deployment of WPF applications nice to have Experience creating applications that interface with IoT /embedded products (USB, Serial, TCP/IP, BLE, WiFi, Modbus) nice to have Experience developing frontend web applications (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) nice to have Experience developing mobile applications (iOS, Android) nice to have For immediate consideration apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Senior Production Operator - SECOND SHIFT - Bloomington, MN

Senior Production Operator - SECOND SHIFT The Productions Operator will be responsible for operations of the SMT line which include EKRA Screen Printer, MyData Pick and Place Machines, MVP Automated Inspection Machine, and BTU Reflow Oven. The selected employee preforms setup and adjustments and ensures compliance with holding tolerances to blueprint specifications. Additionally, the Productions Operator will perform soldering electronic or electromechanical assembly tasks to support development of pre-production projects. Responsibilities: Production operations on electronic and/or mechanical assemblies and subassemblies Follows methods, techniques, and sequence of operations in performing component installation, hand soldering on subassemblies Performs basic electrical tests May count and sort various product items placing labels on packages Performs basic inspection per documentation Accurately completes process paperwork and entering data into the applicable work order management system Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent plus 2 years of relevant experience. Experience operating the MyData100 and MyData15 SMT pick and place machines Experience with EKRA screen printing Experience with AOI quality testing Experience with BTU convection oven reflow Experience soldering electronic or electromechanical assemblies Experience working under Microscopes Previous certification to J-STD-001E Knowledge of polarity and inspection criteria Knowledge of Bills of Material (BOM) Knowledge of applicable work order tracking Management systems Knowledge of measuring equipment and math Ability to use various computer software applications to analyze and manage data Ability to interpret basic documents, work instruction, and schematics Due to the nature of work performed within our facilities, U.S. citizenship is required. Length of assignment is approximate 6 months. Target labor rate is $19.00 per hour.

Control Systems Engineer - Portsmouth, NH

A 3-6 month contract opportunity is available for a Control Systems Engineer to support DeltaV Design Project work. Pharmaceutical or batch control experience is required. Job is based in NH with a start date ASAP. For consideration, please submit your resume in Word format to controls@nerinc.com at National Engineering Resources or fax to 763.561.7675

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