Electrical Enginner

Company Name:
Blu Perspective

1st Shift Electrical Engineer - Automated Manufacturing

A high-growth, unique and fully automated West Michigan manufacturer of products for the automotive, office furniture, commercial vehicle and consumer goods industries is selectively seeking an experienced, hands-on electrical engineer. Successful candidates will have a desire to work in a fast paced environment based on trust and integrity and an interest in a hands-on approach to business. Interested applicants should have a passion for manufacturing and innovation, as well as a desire for a broad scope of daily responsibilities. In addition to these qualities we are looking for someone with the following characteristics and qualifications:

Experience with product or process innovations and a perpetual drive toward learning
Proven results towards continuous improvements and a consistent progression in roles and responsibilities
Familiarity with many different aspects of the manufacturing process, i.e. product/machine design and build, launch, quoting, price negotiation, customer interaction, etc?
Proven self-directed Project Management skills while consistently hitting deadlines
Proven leadership ability and desire to work in a team based atmosphere
Ability and willingness to work up to 70% of time on the floor to help determine and correct issues, improve processes, and create or maintain successful programs
5+ years of engineering experience in a manufacturing setting
Ford Automotive industry specific experience is a plus, but not a requirement

We offer competitive compensation and benefits including profit sharing, ESOP, 401k investment, generous paid leave, tuition reimbursement, robust training and development, and lots of cool technology.

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