Well established manufacturer of commercial and architectural millwork and cabinetry is seeking a candidate for their Engineering Dept. Produce shop drawings from architectural drawings for our production team. Program commercial casework and custom projects including: cabinets, trim paneling, reception modules and architectural woodwork. Work with our development team to successfully bring projects to completion.
Minimum 3 years experience using Microvellum and Autocad. Strong organizational skills to prioritize and work several projects simultaneously.
Knowledge of cabinet construction and bench experience a plus.
Strong work ethic
Desire to succeed
|Job Category||CNC Programmer/G-Code, Engineering/Drafting, Project Engineer|
|Recruitment Contact||Craig Mengel|
|Salary Range||$65,000.00 to $85,000.00 annual salary commensurate|
|Benefits||Health Care, 401-K, Vacation, Holidays|
|Years in Business||14|
|Annual Revenue||2 million|
|Manufacturing Square Feet||22K|
|Area Information||Population 21,864 Median Age 44 Median Household Income $76,588 Median Home Price $206,600 Walkscore 12|
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|Annual Weather||Annual high temperature: 61.4°F Annual low temperature: 42.6°F Average temperature: 52°F Average annual precipitation - rainfall: 34.8 inch Days per year with precipitation - rainfall: - Annual hours of sunshine: - Av. annual snowfall: -|
|School Rating||above average (7-10)|