Well established manufacturer of commercial and architectural millwork and cabinetry is looking for an Engineer to join their team. Produce shop drawings from architectural drawings for our production team. Program commercial casework and custom projects including: cabinets, trim paneling and architectural woodwork.
Work with our development team to successfully bring projects to completion.
Proficient in Microvellum
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, Drafter, Engineering/Drafting, Project Engineer|
|Recruitment Contact||Craig Mengel (417) 214-5082|
|Salary Range||$65,000.00 to $90,000.00 annual salary commensurate|
|Benefits||Health, 401K, PTO and Vacations|
|Years in Business||22|
|Annual Revenue||11 million|
|Manufacturing Square Feet||80K square feet|
|Area Information||Population 23,218 Median Age 32 Median Household Income $49,774 Median Home Price $171,100|
|State Tax Information||MARYLAND Sales Taxes State Sales Tax: 6.0% (food, prescription and non-prescription drugs exempt) Gasoline Tax: 51.90 cents/gallon (Includes all taxes) Diesel Fuel Tax: 58.65 cents/gallon (Includes all taxes) Cigarette Tax: $2.00/pack of 20 Personal Income Taxes (Click here) (Brackets, deductions, exemptions, and tax rate range) Medical/Dental Deduction: Federal amount. If you purchase a long-term care insurance contract for yourself or certain members of your family, you may be eligible for a credit of up to $500 for each insured. To qualify for the credit, the insured must be all of the following: a spouse, parent, stepparent, child, or stepchild; a Maryland resident; not covered by long-term care insurance before July 1, 2000; not claimed the credit for the insured by another taxpayer this year; and not claimed the credit for the insured by anyone in any other tax year. 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This plan has been in existence since 1975 when it was known as the “circuit breaker” plan for elderly homeowners. The plan was called circuit breaker because it shut off the property tax bill at a certain point just like an electric circuit breaker shuts off the current when the circuit becomes overloaded. The Maryland General Assembly has improved the plan through the years so that now this program is available to all homeowners regardless of their age, and the credits are given where needed based upon the person’s income. A Property Tax Deferral Program allows property owners 65 or over to defer the increase in their property tax bill. Local governments must approve the program. The deferred taxes become a lien on the property and must be repaid when the property is transferred. A Renters’ Tax Credit Program provides up to $1,000 a year for those age 60 and over or 100% disabled if they qualify on the basis of income. For details on property taxes, click here or call 410-767-1184. Inheritance and Estate Taxes Maryland collects an inheritance tax. Property passing to a spouse, child, parent, grandparent, or sibling is exempt from taxation. Property passing to other individuals is subject to a 10% tax rate. A return is required for every estate whose federal gross estate, plus adjusted taxable gifts, plus property for which a Maryland qualified terminal interest property (QTIP) election which previously made on a Maryland estate tax return filed for the estate of the decedent’s predeceased spouse, equals or exceeds the Maryland estate tax exemption amount for the year of the decedent’s death, and the decedent at the date of death was a Maryland resident or a non-resident but owned real or tangible personal property having a taxable situs in Maryland. The filing requirement varies depending on the year of the decedent’s death, and the federal exemption amount is $4,000,000 for 2018. For more information on inheritance taxes click here. For estate tax information, click here. For further information on Maryland taxes in general, visit the Maryland Comptroller of the Treasury site. You can also call 410-260-7980.|
|Annual Weather||Annual high temperature: 66.3°F Annual low temperature: 50.6°F Average temperature: 58.45°F Average annual precipitation - rainfall: 40.72 inch Days per year with precipitation - rainfall: 111 days Annual hours of sunshine: 2579 hours Av. annual snowfall: -|
|School Rating||above average (7-10)|