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CNC Swiss Machinist - 1st shift - Minneapolis, MN

Our customer is a world class precision quality machining shop and supports total manufacturing needs. They have been manufacturing CNC Swiss precision screw machine products for a wide variety of industries, including dental, medical, aerospace, commercial, telecom, automotive and defense since the early 1970’s. Currently, due to expanding business, they are looking for a CNC Swiss Turning Machinist working on their second shift. Overtime is available. Position is located in Fridley. Contract - to - Hire position Monday - Thursday 7:00am – 5:30pm Description: We are looking for a talented Manual Machinist who is able to operate manual mills, lathes, etc. Responsibilities: operate manual mills, lathes Produce high-quality parts Work with quality department to insure parts meet quality standards Requirements: Must be able to able to operate, manual mills, lathes etc. Knowledge of typical inspection equipment Technical Degree in Machining or equivalent work experience 2+ years of experience in Manual machining Willing to look at recent Tech school graduates Demonstrated strong work ethic and the personality to get along with others on the production team For more information or for consideration, please apply online or email resume to brad.coleman@nerinc.com

CNC Swiss Machinist - 2nd shift - Minneapolis, MN

Our customer is a world class precision quality machining shop and supports total manufacturing needs. They have been manufacturing CNC Swiss precision screw machine products for a wide variety of industries, including dental, medical, aerospace, commercial, telecom, automotive and defense since the early 1970’s. Currently, due to expanding business, they are looking for a CNC Swiss Turning Machinist working on their second shift. Overtime is available. Position is located in Fridley 2nd shift: Monday - Thursday 5:15pm - 3:30am 15% shift Differential Description: We are looking for a talented Swiss Machinist who is able to operate, troubleshoot and set-up Responsibilities: Set-up, troubleshoot, maintain, and operate CNC machining centers for full cycle part production Produce high-quality parts Work with quality department to insure parts meet quality standards Requirements: Must be able to able to operate, troubleshoot and set-up CNC Swiss Turning machines Knowledge of typical inspection equipment Technical Degree in Machining or equivalent work experience 2+ years of experience in CNC machining Experience on Citizen “M” Series a plus Demonstrated strong work ethic and the personality to get along with others on the production team For more information or for consideration, please apply online or email resume to brad.coleman@nerinc.com

Machinist - ESCOMATIC Swiss Screw Machines (CAM Swiss) - 1st and 2nd shift positions - Minneapolis, MN

Machinist - ESCOMATIC Swiss Screw Machines (CAM Swiss) Our customer is a world class precision quality machining shop and supports total manufacturing needs. They have been manufacturing CNC Swiss precision screw machine products for a wide variety of industries, including dental, medical, aerospace, commercial, telecom, automotive and defense since the early 1970’s. Currently, due to expanding business, they are looking for a CNC Swiss Turning Machinist working on their second shift. Overtime is available. Position is located in Fridley. First and Second shift positions available. 15% shift differential for 2nd shift. 1st shift: Monday - Thursday 7:00am – 5:30pm 2nd shift: Monday - Thursday 5:15pm - 3:30am Description: We are looking for a talented machinist with experience on ESCOMATIC Swiss Screw Machines (CAM Swiss) who is able to operate, troubleshoot, set-up and perform light maintenance Responsibilities: Operate, troubleshoot, set-up and perform light maintenance on ESCOMATIC Swiss Screw Machines Produce high-quality parts Work with quality department to insure parts meet quality standards Requirements: Experience on ESCOMATIC Swiss Screw Machines (CAM Swiss) Able to operate, troubleshoot, set-up and perform light maintenance Knowledge of typical inspection equipment Technical Degree in Machining or equivalent work experience 2+ years of experience on Swiss Screw Machines (CAM Swiss) Demonstrated strong work ethic and the personality to get along with others on the production team For more information or for consideration, please apply online or email resume to brad.coleman@nerinc.com

CNC Swiss Machinist - 1st shift - Minneapolis, MN

Our customer is a world class precision quality machining shop and supports total manufacturing needs. They have been manufacturing CNC Swiss precision screw machine products for a wide variety of industries, including dental, medical, aerospace, commercial, telecom, automotive and defense since the early 1970’s. Currently, due to expanding business, they are looking for a CNC Swiss Turning Machinist working on their second shift. Overtime is available. Position is located in Fridley Monday - Thursday 7:00am – 5:30pm Description: We are looking for a talented Swiss Machinist who is able to operate, troubleshoot, set-up and program Responsibilities: Set-up, program, troubleshoot, maintain, and operate CNC machining centers for full cycle part production Produce high-quality parts Work with quality department to insure parts meet quality standards Requirements: Must be able to able to operate, troubleshoot, set-up and program CNC Swiss Turning machines Knowledge of typical inspection equipment Technical Degree in Machining or equivalent work experience 2+ years of experience in CNC machining Experience on Citizen “M” Series a plus Demonstrated strong work ethic and the personality to get along with others on the production team For more information or for consideration, please apply online or email resume to brad.coleman@nerinc.com

Project Manager - Automation Systems - Atlanta, GA

Do you enjoy managing large capital projects involving Automation Solutions and being the “go to person”? If so, consider being part of this leading company serving the Industrial Automation Market. A full time Project Manager position is available based in Georgia. In this role, you will manage several large and complex projects simultaneously. The projects will involve Automation Systems containing the latest technology available to the Industry and range in sizes up to $2MM. Responsibilities: Primary responsibility is to ensure the delivery of the projects executed by the Team meets or exceeds customer and company’s project requirements. Serve as the focal point ensuring customer satisfaction Manage multiple large, complex or strategic projects simultaneously. Monitor, analyze and report on Project KPI’s Anticipate project risks and develop and implement risk management plans to minimize the impact on the project. Manage project resources, financials and quality KPI’s Create an environment to motivate and engage the project team Assist direct reports in personal and career development. Assist sales and engineering leadership in developing and executing project specific strategies to grow revenue and profitability across targeted industries. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from an accredited college or university Process and Automation knowledge Industry experience – Pulp and Paper, Chemicals or Life Sciences. 10+ years’ experience managing industrial automation projects Strong communication, interpersonal, team building and organization skills Able to relate well to others, including team members, peers, senior leaders and customers. Ability to travel as needed dependent on customer and project assignments. Adaptable, resilient, ability to adjust quickly, maintains effectiveness throughout periods of change and demonstrates tolerance for ambiguity and able to lead the Team through change. For consideration, please email your resume to controlsgroup@nerinc.com or fax to 763.561.7675

Sr. Buyer - Verona, VA

Buyer III Our customer is a leader in technologically advanced HVAC equipment, Energy Management, and service support. In this role you will be responsible for purchasing and distributing materials, equipment and supplies to satisfy inventory requirements while meeting costing, quality and on-time delivery objectives and measures. You will also provide training and technical assistance to others in Buyer I/II roles. This is a direct hire position in Staunton, VA. Responsibilities Ensures that company standard procedures are followed in connection with purchases of material and services. Analyzes market conditions and trends; explores sources of supply; processes requests for all products and commodities. Prepares and issues purchase orders and requisitions Secures price advantages of quantity buying Composes and edits bid quotations; analyzes bids received Prepares and monitors contracts Outlining performance standards, tolerances, warranties and maintenance requirements within the Purchasing Department Follows up and maintains current and accurate database information, vendor lead times, open purchases, commitments and shortages. Updates and maintains inventory maintenance within the software system. Maintains data, prepares reports and analyzes information using available software in decision-making. Studies products usage; determines vendor from whom purchases will be made; places orders; negotiates and renews contracts; investigates complaints and secures adjustments. Resolves vendor quality issues and tracks and documents results and vendor performance. Initiates quality programs that benefit vendor relationships while improving the quality for customer. Provides technical support and conducts training for staff. Mentors and provides guidance to Buyers I and II. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree (Administrative, Business, Liberal Arts or Social Sciences) 5 – 7+ years of applicable experience in a purchasing / buyer capacity Experience in inventory maintenance Knowledge of Inventory software, database software, Microsoft word processing software and Excel spreadsheet software as well as Outlook and Internet skills. For immediate consideration, apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Production Clerk III - Verona, VA

Production Clerk III Our customer is a leader in technologically advanced HVAC equipment, Energy Management, and service support. In this role you will provide clerical support at the plant facility which may include receptionist responsibility, capturing customer complaints, data entry, problem solving and inventory accuracy, cycle counting, compilation of shop paperwork, and other clerical duties. This is a direct hire position in Staunton, VA. Responsibilities Process customer orders, purchase orders, invoices, receiving documents, production paperwork Answer phone calls – direct callers as needed, greet visitors. Record customer complaints, assist in tracking responsiveness, update visitor board. Enters or retrieves data from established computer files. Cross references data to assure accuracy and completeness. Maintains files of documents used and prepared. Compile production paperwork for distribution to the production floor. Cycle counting and reconciling reports. Performs a variety of routine clerical duties as necessary. Requirements: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); Three to five years related experience supporting production or manufacturing operations in a clerical support capacity Computer skills: Word Processing software Spreadsheet software Inventory software Internet software Order processing systems Manufacturing software For immediate consideration, apply online or email resume to Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Production Planner Scheduler - Verona, VA

Production Planner Scheduler III Our customer is a leader in technologically advanced HVAC equipment, Energy Management, and service support. In this role you will plans and prepare production schedules considering requirements of the customer and capabilities and resources of the manufacturing system by performing planning, scheduling and workflow related duties. This is a direct hire position in Staunton, VA. Responsibilities Develops and maintains master schedule to establish sequence and lead time of assigned operations to meet shipping dates according to customer orders. Plans and schedules workflow for manufacturing operations according to previously established manufacturing sequences and lead times. Collaborates with Production management to plan sequence of fabrication, assembly, and other manufacturing operations. Develop forecasts, estimates and schedules and confers with management regarding schedules of goods in process and needs for future orders. Analyzes inventory reports, surplus stock lists, production specifications, and plant capacity data and confers with production management and purchasing to initiate corrective measures to restore satisfactory inventory balance. Anticipates and expedites operations that delay schedules and alters schedules to meet unforeseen conditions. Prepares inventory and production reports. Maintains records of in-house and on-order material. Prepares materials and supplies purchase orders, analyzes quotes and expedites deliveries and shipments. Obtains materials from suppliers at the lowest cost consistent with quality standards, reliability of source, and considering the urgency of needs for the materials. Processes change orders, notifies vendors of material and quantity requirement revisions, contacts vendors regarding rate adjustments and to resolve materials issues. Requirements: Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related field preferred. 3-5+ years related experience in a production planning capacity Understanding of production operations and ability to plan sequence of fabrication, assembly, and other manufacturing operations. Knowledge of Word Processing software; Spreadsheet software; Inventory software and Order processing systems. Oracle experience preferred. For immediate consideration, apply online or email resume to Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Manufacturing Engineer II - Floor Support - Verona, VA

Manufacturing Engineer II – Direct Hire, VA Our customer is a leader in technologically advanced HVAC equipment, Energy Management, and service support. They are growing and seeking a Manufacturing Engineer to evaluate, develop and improve manufacturing processes to support plant management with their production facilities and equipment issues. This is a direct hire position in Staunton, VA. Responsibilities: Provides manufacturing engineering expertise and working collaboratively on manufacturing processes. Participates in continuous improvement/cost down events Support Manufacturing floor activities, troubleshoot manufacturing issues and keep manufacturing line productive including CNC programming Utilizes work measurement tools to analyze work samples to develop standards for labor utilization. Estimates production times, staffing requirements, and related costs to provide information for management decisions. Analyzes operational data such as work force utilization, facility layout, and workflow to design layout of equipment and workspace following lean manufacturing principles for maximum effectiveness of workers and equipment. Ensures manufacturing systems are operational and functioning effectively. Recommends methods for improving worker effectiveness, safety, and quality; and reducing costs, including recommendations regarding restructuring job duties, reorganizing work flow consistent with demand flow technology, relocating work stations and equipment, and purchase of equipment. Collaborates with the management team to develop Operational Method Sheets, training checklists, and training matrixes. Collaborates with the Safety Manager to identify and implement safe procedures and enhance ergonomics in the manufacturing process. Assists in design for manufacturability for new product development through participation on cross functional product design teams. Establishes production process procedures and measurement parameters for new products and processes. Provides marketing and engineering with cost of new, redesigned, and current products. Specifies design of equipment/tools to assist in new and existing production processes, and obtain quotes/bids for construction of equipment to submit with recommendations. Evaluates capital equipment investment options and prepares recommendations regarding purchases 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 and improving manufacturing processes including cellular manufacturing and Demand Flow Technology Sheet metal fabrication and assembly experience desired CNC programming skills highly desirable. For immediate consideration, apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Mechanical Designer / Drafter - St Paul, MN

Mechanical Designer Drafter Our client, in a northern St. Paul, MN suburb, provides custom designed specialty machines for a variety of industries including manufacturing, refrigeration, heating and cooling among others. This is an immediate opportunity for a designer/drafter who has strong SolidWorks experience. Ideal candidate works well independently and has the ability to draft and detail large hydraulic products from initial concept with minimal direction. Contract to hire or Direct hire position. Immediate start available. RESPONSIBILITIES: Create and update multi-view detail drawings from sketches, layouts, marked up drawings, and written instructions using SolidWorks software Prepare detailed drawings including all necessary information regarding materials, processes, dimensions and tolerances for engineering and manufacturing purposes Create parts lists, material cut lists and BOMs for purchasing and manufacturing Provide technical assistance to manufacturing during construction Maintain project files and documentation REQUIREMENTS: Associate’s degree in Mechanical Drafting Engineering Technology or equivalent from two-year college or technical school At least three years’ experience using SolidWorks Competent in 3D part and 3D assembly design in SolidWorks Advanced mechanical drafting skills Working knowledge of the principles of Statics and Dynamics and the use of mathematical skills to calculate deflections Working knowledge of hydraulics and pneumatics and the ability to properly size all machine components including: cylinders, clamps, motors, fasteners, actuators, regulators, flow controls, valves, fittings, etc. For Immediate consideration apply online or email Brad.Coleman@nerinc.com

Mechanical Engineer / Designer - St Paul, MN

Mechanical Designer / Engineer Our client, in a northern St. Paul, MN suburb, provides custom designed specialty machines for a variety of industries including manufacturing, refrigeration, heating and cooling among others. This is an immediate opportunity for a Mechanical Design Engneer who has strong SolidWorks experience. Ideal candidate works well independently and has the ability to design custom hydraulic products from initial concept with minimal direction. Contract to hire or Direct hire position. Immediate start available. RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop proposals, scopes of work, scope changes, correspondence, estimates, material lists, design concepts, design and detail drawings and other project documentation per customer and corporate guidelines Establish functional requirements and performance targets for mechanical systems/subsystems & components Prepare detailed drawings for fabrication and assembly of equipment and detailed bill of materials Provide technical assistance to manufacturing during construction Maintain budget and schedule Work with assembly and electrical controls designer to ensure all mechanical and electrical setups, alignments, and programs are completed properly and meet customer requirements Maintain project files and documentation Apply knowledge of common fabrication and machining methods to reduce the manufacturing costs and create the most efficient design possible. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or Tech degree in related field At least 10 years of design engineering experience Strong working knowledge of SolidWorks, 2D and 3D Advanced mechanical drafting skills Working knowledge of the principles of Statics and Dynamics and the use of mathematical skills to calculate deflections Working knowledge of hydraulics and pneumatics and the ability to properly size all machine components including: cylinders, clamps, motors, fasteners, actuators, regulators, flow controls, valves, fittings, etc. Working knowledge of machining practices including tolerances, surface finishes, materials, and ASTM Standards Fundamental machine design for safety and ergonomics, including CE requirements knowledge A well-developed mechanical aptitude and understanding of motions and spatial relationships Project estimating Proven skills in Windows and Microsoft Office Travel nationally and internationally 0% - 15% of the time For immediate consideration apply online or email Brad.Coleman@nerinc.com

UTSW / CWI Inspector - Wausau, WI

Immediate need for a UT Shear wave tech with CWI certification for a structural Steel project at a fab shop in Wisconsin. . Must be able to UT Inspect full pen structural welds. Also must have a current CWI. Project will be working 60 hours per week, duration is 1+ months. Call Mike for details at 763-561-1061. Email resume to materials@nerinc.com

CWI Inspector - Dayton, OH

NER is looking for a CWI Inspector with boiler experience for a 9 week assignment at a power plant in southwest Ohio. Project to start 3-10, working 60 hours per week. This is a day shift position. Call Mike at 763-561-1061 for details. Email resume to materials@nerinc.com

Sr. Engineering Tech - Pittsfield, MA

Sr. Engineering Tech Our client is leading provider of cutting-edge technology that supports some of our nation’s core defense/intelligence services and systems. We have an immediate opening for a Senior Advanced Engineering Technician. This position provides an opportunity to further advance high-stakes national security missions. In this position the Sr. Engineering Technician performs functions associated with all manufacturing operations, including working with engineers in developing process procedures, assembly instructions, process set-up, preventive maintenance and/or calibration tasks, as well as determining rework processes and quality testing or inspection related to the production of parts, components, subassembly's, and final assemblies. Uses sophisticated programs/software to author and issue work plans and/or collect and evaluate operating data to conduct on-line adjustments to products, instruments or equipment. Determines and develops methods and procedures to execute control or modify the manufacturing process. This is a 6+ month contract position with likelihood to extend to other projects. Responsibilities Performs a variety of operations to assemble precision electromechanical products Performs tasks such as drilling, reaming, burnishing, and tapping; uses precision measuring instruments to ensure conformance to specified tolerances; disassembles precision assemblies and corrects malfunctions Performs a variety of equipment/process operations (electrical, testing, manufacturing, etc) Works from schematics diagrams, written and verbal descriptions, layouts or defined plans to perform build, test, and troubleshooting functions Measures work piece with instruments such as electronic gauges and optical light, compares work piece dimensions with specifications to ascertain amount of stock to be removed and evaluates types of compounds, diamonds, and laps or material needed to achieve required specifications and set-up requirements Prepares and conditions surface of lap to achieve proper geometric form and tolerance per print and/or sketch requirements Applies compound to work piece and rubs lap across work piece with rotary or reciprocating motion, feeling friction and applying required pressure based on previous experience to attain specified tolerances Perform complex measurements to verify conformance to specifications Verifies, conformance of work to process requirements Manually handles parts where care is required to prevent surface defects such as nicks and scratches Design and draw sketches for tooling and laps to complete task required Promote continuous product improvement by conceptualizing and implementing new procedures, processes or fixtures Ability to work under a scope for long periods of time at 40x magnification Requirements Associate's degree in related discipline or equivalent is required plus a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience. Ability to read blueprints, sketches and drawings This position requires manual dexterity, good eyesight, as well as a great deal of concentration and patience Working knowledge of the theory, design characteristics, operation, and function of accelerometers and gyroscopes Experience working in an ISO/clean room/instrument or medical device manufacturing environment. Having a background in watchmaking considered a strong asset Previous experience in miniature precision devices is desirable Due to the nature of work performed within our facilities, U.S. citizenship is required. For immediate consideration, apply online or email Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Sr. Logistics Analyst - Minneapolis, MN

Sr. Logistics Analyst Our client is a leader in consumer product design, manufacture and distribution. In this capacity, you will performs analytical work within logistics, transportation, and related supply chains. Analysis may support developing alternative logistics plans, assist negotiating contracts, and coordinating operations. Work will be downtown Minneapolis in a newly renovated headquarters offering extremely modern and comfortable working space with onsite cafeteria. This is a 6 month contract position with opportunity to extend. Responsibilities Prepares, analyzes, and compiles complex freight payments and related reporting; reviews for efficiency and cost savings and makes appropriate recommendations. Collaborate with end users to interpret data results and analyze potential impact to the business. Assist with the implementation and configuration of TMS (Transportation Management System). Review current reporting processes to determine where automation improvements will drive efficiency. Create an improved data and reporting strategy by identifying project stakeholder goals, recognize data/system strengths and weaknesses, and prioritizing user needs. Conduct ad-hoc analysis requests and develop, improve and implement various forecasts, KPIs/Metrics and reports within Supply Chain. Create and maintain a process that ensures the accuracy of master data that drives all departmental reporting. Establish standards and processes for continuous improvement in the accuracy of master data. Perform root-cause analysis for data issues, freight payment inaccuracies, internal cost allocation structures, etc. Provide analytical support to transportation bid events including creating multi-scenario bid result reporting Create and maintain a process to compile contracted rates for contracting and ad hoc reporting of contract rate compliance. Develop understanding and capability within the organization for process improvement and streamlined work processes through effective communication, training and coaching Examines invoices and shipping documents to ensure compliance with applicable regulations and contracts. Coordinates activities with other internal and external departments to monitor transactions and corresponding expenses and ensure the efficient flow of operations. Highlights discrepancies, reviews contracts and specifications, and attempts to solve problems. Requirements Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance, or equivalent education and experience. PC skills; Microsoft Office applications (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook), Expert-level skills with MS Excel and Access Six + years of related experience Domestic and international transportation and Applicable laws, rules, and regulations Logistics principles and practices, Developing and analyzing logistics reports, Performing trends and operational analyses Operating within an ERP & TMS (Enterprise Resource Planning) environment – Oracle Previous experience with process improvement projects Excellent analytical skills, including the ability to interpret and apply data from a variety of sources Experience implementing, managing and supporting a transportation management system For immediate consideration, apply online or email Brad.Coleman@nerinc.com

Mechanical Designer - Verona, VA

Mechanical Designer Our client is a 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 new product design and development using SolidWorks to design parts and assemblies, create production drawings, and manage parts list. This position is available due to company growth and expansion. This is a great opportunity with a leader in the HVAC product development space. Direct hire position in Verona, VA. Responsibilities · Originate, develop or modify product designs from conception to finished manufacturing documentation assuring quality, manufacturability, functionality, serviceability, and cost has been considered. · Creates engineering documentation including SolidWorks modeling, fabrication and purchase drawings · Using some latitude of independent judgment and product knowledge translates engineering/marketing intent into easily understood manufacturing documentation. · Develop original designs or adaptations of current products, requiring some HVAC industry specialized design drafting and experience. · Work with Marketing/Sales to provide documentation for custom modifications of current products to meet weekly production schedules. Requirements: · Two Year Vocational/Technical Certificate or A.A.S. degree in design/drafting · Show proficiency in working with SolidWorks or equivalent CAD systems. · Three years of related design experience · Experience in sheet metal design and/or HVAC products is desired. · Demonstrate a good understanding of legacy bill of material systems and product structuring logic. · Have a good understanding of manufacturing practices and processes and product configurations, including basic logic for product or design selection. Relocation is available for well qualified candidates. For immediate consideration apply online or email resume to Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Production Operator, 2nd shift - Bloomington, MN

Production Operator Bloomington, MN Immediate opportunity for second shift Operator to join the Production Team! This positions provide an opportunity to build and advance cutting-edge technology that supports defense services. The selected candidate will work with collaborative teams to assemble and install system solutions that support defense customers. The Production Operator will enhance their skill set among a talented and technically accomplished group of colleagues. The employee will also enjoy a flexible work environment where contributions are recognized and rewarded. Length of assignment is approximately 6 months contract to hire - pay rate is $18.15 for 2nd shift Shift hours are 2:30 PM to 12:00 AM Mon-Thursday and 1:30-10:00 PM every other Friday. Training is provided from 7:00 AM- 4:30 PM during the first 2 week. Responsibilities: · production assembly operations on electronic and/or mechanical assemblies and subassemblies such as modules, boards, panels, drawers, frames, and cables · Follows methods, techniques, and sequence of operations in performing wiring, component installation, hand soldering, & cable harnessing on subassemblies and units · May be involved in packing tasks · May count and sort various product items, placing labels on packages, put manuals into binders, and form or break down boxes for the final product · May conduct manufacturing inspections on processing line in accordance to quality specifications · May disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble, and test experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions Requirements: · Ability to use hand/torque tools, soldering irons, other light industrial tools · General communication and interpersonal skills · Ability to set up basic equipment and process hardware compliantly to specifications · General knowledge of measuring equipment and math · General computer skills · Reading English is a must · High school diploma required with the ability to comprehend and understand complex written instruction. · Conformal coating position on second shift (1 opening) involves the masking of no coat areas on assemblies, potting of connectors, hand brush techniques using a microscope and black lighting as well as spray booth applications. There is some mild exposure to solvents and other chemicals that may irritate individuals that are sensitive to those types of chemicals. · Experience with working with the aid of a microscope is preferred. · IPC J-STD certification is preferred, but not required. · Solder experience on Printed Circuit Board assemblies is preferred. For immediate consideration apply online or email resume to shannon.becker@nerinc.com

Technical Support Engineer - Eden Prairie, MN

Technical Support Engineer Our customer is a leading provider of secure identity solutions and is well known for quality and innovative designs. They have an immediate opening for Technical Support Engineer on their team to dive into and troubleshoot clients’ hardware and software product issues to provide issue resolution. In this role you will work with a small, well-experienced team in a que environment communicating with clients to understanding and resolving their hardware and software issues. We are looking for a technical support engineer who has a passion for working with customers and keen ability to troubleshoot customers’ issues and replicate issues in a lab environment. This is a direct hire position located in the Southwestern Twin Cities, and we are interviewing immediately. Responsibilities: With minimal supervision, the Technical Support Engineer is responsible for assisting and supporting end-users with their software and hardware product related questions and technical support needs. Most support is provided via telephone and e-mail. Maintain current knowledge of all product offerings, functions and features and technical support procedures in order to provide accurate solutions to customers. Maintains accurate records of customer contact information, summary of contact and problem resolution utilizing Salesforce CRM. Instructs and trains partners/end users on use of products. Assist with creation and maintenance of technical support procedures. Work in lab to test product function, performance and operating characteristics to replicate customer issues Requirements: Associates degree in a technical subject minimum, Bachelors degree desired, related experience may trump degree requirement 2+ years of experience in technical service and technical support role and experienced with software or hardware based products Experience in the security industry, preferrably access control required Advanced understanding of database connectivity and functionality (i.e. Access, SQL, Oracle, ODBC, MS Active Directory/LDAP, etc.) OR Advanced understanding to troubleshoot hardware and electronics and work with related hand tools Advanced electronics background to troubleshoot hardware issues OR understanding Microsoft OS including client and server operating systems, such as Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, Server 2003, 2008, 2012, Linux, and Mac. Must have excellent troubleshooting skills and ability to work with customers to isolate issues Excellent telephone and interpersonal communication skills Must be proficient MS Office applications, such as Word, Excel, Visio and Power Point, etc. Basic knowledge of Windows and application logging Exposure to card personalization or card printing industry desired Basic understanding of virtualization and use of VM Ware (nice to have). Basic experience with operation and connectivity of networking devices (i.e. printers/hubs/routers/modems/switches) nice to have. Experience with Salesforce CRM a plus. Basic to advanced understanding of Spanish is a plus. For immediate consideration apply online or email resume to Lisa.Lindemann@nerinc.com

Lab Technician - Brooklyn Park, MN

Biological Lab Technician Our customer is a leader in electro-mechanical consumer products. They have an immediate need for an experienced Lab Technician who's primary focus will be on mycology testing. These products are consist of a wide variety of components and fabrics that are all treated with varying chemicals for softening, product life extension, and bacterial and fungal growth prevention etc. The work in this role is varied, and your responsibilities consist of working with over 30 active product lines, so each day on the job is different and the opportunity to learn and grow your abilities is significant. Most of the work will be in the Brooklyn Park location, but there will be some travel to a couple other local facilities. This is a contract - to - hire position. Responsibilities Design and construct test set-ups and fixturing for mycology testing Perform a wide variety of product testing including: small & full-scale, industry standard, thermal, and biological/fungal testing as requested by engineering staff and testing manager Operate electromechanical test equipment Analyze and document test results in organized and professional manner Interface with external testing agencies Maintain and repair test equipment Assist with building of prototypes and samples Maintain lab cleanliness and organization Ideal candidate is a recent chemistry or microbiology grad that is looking to focus on mycology. Adhere to ASTM G21 standards Requirements Ideal candidate is a recent chemistry or microbiology grad who is looking to focus on mycology. Hands on lab testing experience with fungi nice to have. Familiarity with ASTM testing methods Test lab experience a big plus Quality Assurance experience a plus Comfortable working around biological materials, allergens, fungal testing Experience and/or interest in pursuing a career in mycology For immediate consideration, apply online, or email resume to lisa.lindemann@nerinc.com

Technical Support Rep - Eden Prairie, MN

Our client is a market and technology leader in industrial, institutional, and commercial humidification systems. They have a company culture that emphasizes integrity, community, and growth. They offer competitive financial and benefits packages, and are committed to supporting employee health and wellness, as well as giving back to the community. In this role you will provide technical support and training to clients, sales representatives, and service contractors. You will also troubleshoot and resolve field issues to ensure customer satisfaction and identify product and process improvement opportunities and make recommendations to increase efficiency, quality, and/or performance of products. Responsibilities: Diagnose, record, and track incoming phone calls and emails Research source of issue and collaborate to identify solutions. Determine when a case requires escalation, and communicate to the Technical Services Manager in a timely manner. Perform engineering test requests to confirm field issues and/or troubleshoot solutions. Follow up with customers to verify resolution. Provide telephone and/or on-site consultation, technical start-up, operational instructions, troubleshooting, and product assistance to customers regarding equipment installation, operation, repair, and maintenance. Read and interpret blueprints, schematics, ladder diagrams, and control sequences, which may also involve various software languages and formats. Provide end users and representatives with the necessary information to order replacement parts quickly and accurately Participate in product development activities. Support compliance with ISO 9001 standards and procedures. Working Conditions: Significant amount of phone use (50%+). Significant engineering/lab/factory interface (25%). Some travel required (25%) Occasionally may be required to work in small and/or high places, climb ladders, and operate lift equipment. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds. Requirements: Two Year Associate degree in HVAC design or a related field, or equivalent experience Experience with BACnet®, LonTalk®, and/or Modbus® standard protocols for Building Automation Systems (BAS) network communication systems Strong customer relations skills required Creative problem solving skills required Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in written form, with a wide variety of company personnel and customers at all levels Working knowledge of Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and CRM (Customer Resource Management) software For immediate consideration apply online or email Brad.Colema@nerinc.com

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