A booming Greater Waterbury precision Swiss screw machine and CNC turning job shop is bringing on their first Process Engineer. Located in a nice suburban facility, they are running two 10-hour shifts daily. Hours run from 6 AM to 4 PM. A good mix of customers assures rock-solid stability. Customer mix is 30% medical, 30% electronics, 30% defense, and 10% automotive. They pride themselves in being able to hold tolerances of .0002 on pieces from .015” to 1.125” in diameter. This company sailed through the Great Recession without a layoff. In fact, there has not been a layoff here in 15 years. Sales numbers have been consistently broken every year for the past 15 years. They are proud of their highly capable and knowledgeable production staff. In addition to floor troubleshooting, you’ll be running automation projects involving PLC programming. Salary depends on level of experience. This could range from $70,000 to $85,000, and I will show them qualified engineers with higher requirements. Since this is a new client company, I still need to get a benefits overview from them. They do have a 401 (k) plan. There is a tiered profit sharing plan for all employees, payable in the summer and at Christmas. Bonuses are paid out when the company makes a 5% profit margin as a whole. When the company makes a 15% profit margin, these employee bonuses are doubled. The General Manager stated that these doubled bonuses have been paid out consistently for the past ten years. Requires permanent U.S. residency and solid experience floor troubleshooting in a Swiss screw machine manufacturing environment. Any experience with CNC machining, automation projects, or PLC programming is strongly preferred. They are not interested in candidates who change jobs every year or two. There is a math quiz and a mechanical aptitude test on the interview. A drug screen is also part of the interview process.