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Electrical Engineer- Greater Stamford, CT

Rock solid stability, tight-knit small company atmosphere with the deep pockets of a $3B multinational corporation, outstanding benefits–this company has it all. 60+ year old smaller electronic product manufacturer seeks a Electrical Design Engineer with some project management experience. The Human Resources Manager described the atmosphere as “employee-focused”, and the Engineering Manager said the company […]

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Project Engineer- machine design- Greater New Haven, CT

If your background is large capital equipment design, the Engineering Manager is willing to groom you on the project management side. This is a small division of a privately-held global corporation, a leader in its line of capital equipment, with over 3000 employees. The atmosphere is quite casual and down-to-earth. Everybody pitches in when the […]

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Materials Manager- machining Greater Bridgeport, CT

Have some background in machining? You’ll handle a staff of 16, including Managers of Purchasing, Production Planning, and Shipping. This is one of the most profitable divisions in the international publicly held corporation, with 175 employees and about $69MM in sales. Their customers include a long list of Fortune 50 aerospace corporations and they have […]

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Manufacturing Manager- Machining Greater Bridgeport

Looking for stability within a rapidly growing corporation? This is your shot to move up from a job shop into a manufacturing operation. This aerospace component manufacturer seeks a a Machining Manager to handle about 15 staff on the first shift. This is one of the most profitable divisions in the international corporation, with 175 […]

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CNC Programmer- 4 Axis Greater Bridgeport, CT

Time to move from a job shop environment to a manufacturer? Looking to move to first shift? This division is the most profitable in the international corporation, with over $70MM in sales. Their aerospace customers include a long list of Fortune 100 corporations, and orders are locked in until at least 2017. There are clearly […]

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