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Process Operator - Houston, TX

General Description:  As a Process Operator, you will gain hands-on experience producing high-quality products in one of Goodyear's Chemical manufacturing plants.  Goodyear Chemical is a division of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company which manufactures and markets rubber-related chemicals for various applications. You will also become familiar with safety, quality, and how to be successful in a team environment.  We encourage you to allow us to invest in your success as you invest in ours; apply today! Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: Perform routine operation of process and mechanical equipment. Control, monitor and adjust as necessary Troubleshoot process, product quality, safety and environmental problems and identify equipment requiring maintenance Review, analyze, and interpret lab data, distributive control monitoring information, log information from previous shift(s) and from the field, AVO (avoid verbal order) instructions, etc. to identify problems and make decisions Clean and maintain a safe work environment Abide by standard work procedures and job safety standards, including required PPE Perform a variety of manual tasks in varying temperatures for extended periods of time, which may include lifting light to heavy materials, climbing, standing, squatting, bending, and working at heights and/or confined spaces when applicable Adhere to Goodyear's attendance policy Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing Understand and follow all instructions, both orally and in writing Basic Qualifications:  HS Diploma/GED  Must be at least 18 years of age  Must be legally authorized to work in the US without company sponsorship now or in the future Must be able to successfully complete all pre-employment criteria  Ability to work any and/or rotating shifts, weekends, holidays, or overtime if applicable Basic computer skills  Preferred Qualifications: AAS in Process Operations Technology Process Operations Technology Certification  Previous manufacturing experience with basic knowledge and understanding of mechanical principles Previous experience as a Process Operator in the chemical, rubber or petroleum industry Distributed Control System (DCS) Console Board Operations experience Vocational/technical school and/or coursework  Apprenticeship program within a mechanical discipline Previous military service experience within a technical specialty  Demonstrated ability to understand and apply mechanical concepts and principles to solve problems Experience adhering to industry-specific safety standards Candidate Criteria:  Self-motivated: demonstrates appropriate initiative with or without direct supervision  Hard worker: someone who works diligently to get tasks done in a timely and safe manner  Adaptability: the ability to make changes, and to be successful in changing environments Team player: an associate who can be counted on to assist the company in being successful Ability to review, analyze, and interpret information, identify problems and make decisions in routine and non-routine situations Commitment to working safely May be required to serve on the Emergency Response Team.Pay Rate:  There is a three-year pay rate progression with this position.  Starting rate of pay   = $19.0012 months of service =  $19.7524 months of service =  $20.50

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company • Houston, U.S.

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Assembler

Job BriefYamaha has an excellent opportunity for an Assembler to join our Kracor facility in Milwaukee, WI. For over 37 years, has manufactured high quality rotationally molded plastic products for national and international markets with parts for the recreational marine, industrial, agricultural, waste, lawn and garden, medical and others.Yamaha has an excellent opportunity for an Assembler to join our Kracor facility in Milwaukee, WI. The Assembler will support secondary operations. Main responsibilities include trimming, assembly, and testing of product received from the presses, ensuring all product is packed according to Yamaha-Kracor quality standards.Specific duties include, but are not limited to:Demonstrate support of the Yamaha-Kracor Vision and Culture through verbal and physical actions of the Yamaha-Kracor Heritage, Traditions, Shared Values, Process Elements, Traits and Behaviors.Responsible for Safety, Quality, Production Efficiency and Continuous Improvements in production.Actively work to minimize Quality Returns, Quality Holds, and Powder Loss.Accurately read, understand and follow production schedule and set-up sheets.Accurately complete daily production paperwork and press documentationInspect parts and products for potential defects or suspicious qualityPackage parts at pressPromote and enforce a tour-ready safe work environment, every day.Ensure proper operation of all molds by checking clamps, plugs and parting lines per each rotation.Partner with all shifts ensuring effective communication is established and shift hand-offs are proactive in nature.Work as a Team MemberAuthority to shutdown machines for repairs, quality, or safety concerns.Build knowledge and skill base as an Operator in training.May be required to perform other tasks as needed.Requirements:Tools: Hand tool experience, such as drilling, wrenching, and using a hand routerCommunication:Verbal: Expresses self clearly and effectively when talking/listening to individuals and groups.Reading: Must be able to understand written English language.Cooperation: Works well with and Positively supports others.Flexibility: Positively reacts to a constantly changing environment.Independence: Takes actions based on personal convictions. Does not rely solely on the opinions of others. Interdependence: Participates well as both Employee and Team Member.Integrity: Maintains the normal standards of ethics, conduct and organizational policies in job-related activities.Interpersonal Relationships: Maintains effective relationships with others.Learning ability: Has the ability and desire to learn new information.Above average problem solving skillsDriven by one’s own need to succeedSix months factory experience preferred, but not required.

Yamaha Motor Co. USA • Milwaukee, U.S.

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Trade: Remote

Job Description:Lead and guide internal investigations related to potential regulatory violationsManage Trade Compliance investigations, to include reviewing and submitting Reportable Compliance Incidents, creating investigation work plans, interviewing employees, supporting root cause analysis and theidentification of effective corrective actions, reviewing documentation, and analyzing and compiling investigation resultsWork with Trade Compliance staff and business representatives to draft investigation work plans, complete root cause analysis, and develop effective corrective action plans for violations of regulations and Company policyOversee the completion of corrective actions, to include tracking, validating, reporting on, and closing corrective actionsDraft government disclosures, closure justifications, and extension requests, and compile enclosures for submissionCollaborate with Trade Compliance staff and business representatives to understand and document investigation scope, methodology, related policies and procedures, and other information necessary to completegovernment disclosures, closure justifications, and extension requestsTrack, update, and report on the status of all investigations, disclosures, and closure justificationsMaintain and contribute to CS Trade Compliance’s internal information web portal, file repositories, collaboration sites, and Trade software toolsAssist with responses to government or corporate inquiries on ITAR, EAR, Customs, and other trade related mattersContribute to the development of case studies, policies and procedures, trainings, and communications related to trade compliance issuesIdentify, recommend, and implement process improvementsAssist with the execution of special projects related to compliance mattersReports to the Manager, Trade Compliance Strategic Applications in the Communications Systems segment.Strong investigative skills with prior experience investigating ITAR, EAR, OFAC, and Customs mattersSubject matter expertise in understanding government regulations with primary focus on ITAR, EAR, and Customs requirementsEnsure compliance with ITAR, EAR, and Customs regulations including providing compliance guidance to both internal and external customersMust possess excellent writing skills, be able to assimilate and analyze complex information and draft clear and concise narrativesProject Management expertise, including the ability to effectively track, update, and report on various investigations, disclosures, and internal closures,while collaborating on and progressing other investigations, disclosures,and internal closuresAbility to multitask, context switch, and efficiently and effectively manage workload to include competing priorities and deadlines, ensuring on-timecompletion of activitiesStrong sense of accountability and responsibilityKeen judgment, discretion, and ability to maintain confidential information.Strong interpersonal skills and effective oral communication skillsAbility to work independently and perform duties with minimum supervision or direction while remaining a team player Education and Experience Requirements:Bachelor’s Degree and minimum 6 years of prior relevant experience; Graduate Degree and a minimum of 4 years of prior related experienceStrong candidates will have prior ITAR consent agreement experience or a law degree from an accredited universitySubject Matter Expert in ITAR, EAR, and Customs regulations.Advanced skills and expertise using SharePoint and Microsoft Office tools, particularly Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNoteLicensed Customs Broker.

Careerbuilder • New York, U.S.

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Aquaculture Science and Technology Intern

Summary: The Aquaculture Science and Technology Intern is a temporary/seasonal internship intended to provide the student with on-the-job experience in the aquaculture sector. Candidates will divide their time between our research feed mill and our aqua lab. In the research mill, candidates will learn about ingredient sourcing and quality as well as experience operating both a single and twin-screw extruder making feeds for a wide range of fish species. The day-to-day activities will vary, but will involve operating in a dusty environment and lifting 50 lb bags. In the Aqualab, candidates will learn about how to design, conduct, and analyze fish trials used to evaluate ingredients and formulations. The day-to-day activities will involve fish husbandry including handling live fish and cleaning tanks, as well as data entry and analysis.Responsibilities:Assist the feed manufacturing staff on the day-to-day activities within a feed mill (weighing ingredients, operating an extruder, stacking pallets, order fulfillment)Assist the aqua lab staff with the day-to-day activities within a feed mill (cleaning tanks, water quality, handling fish, and taking samples)Work alongside team on designing, conducting, and analyzing fish trailsStrict adherence to safety protocols at all timesQualifications:College Junior standing or higherMajor focus in fisheries or wildlife preferred3.0 GPA or above preferredAptitude with mechanical equipmentAbility to lift up to 50 lbsAbility to climb ladders, bend, twist and reach, or stand for long periods of timeStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsComfort with handling live fish

Careerbuilder • Omaha, U.S.

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Product Manager

About the Role: As a Product Manager, you will be the nexus for all product decisions, converting needs from our customer-facing teams into requirements and then working software used by hundreds of top marketers globally. What is exciting about this role The autonomy and responsibility to own Product decisions and drive them to implementationWork as part of a highly skilled team own Products, with close interaction with, and support from, the Chief Technology and Product Officer and the rest of the Exec Team including the CEOWork with a Best practise Engineering team delivering production ready, enterprise quality code in a Continuous Development environment. You'd work alongside a very experienced, global Tech team with colleagues in the Bay Area (San Francisco), Shanghai and Paris.The opportunity to make a mark on Marin as we growThis role has a track record of acting as a springboard for career growth About the Company: An our financial client to our financial client to online marketers, we deliver the leading independent multichannel digital advertising platform. Our open solution unites search and social to connect our advertisers with customers wherever they are. This synergyplus the insight and efficiency we bring to advertisingwins more customers, revenue, and ROI for the world's top brands. Every day Advertisers and agencies use us to manage billions of dollars in annualized ad spend. We have exciting plans for 2021 and 2022 and in this role you will be at the forefront of driving these. We offer a good base salary, wide ranging benefits (including comprehensive Medical insurance) and Stock in the business. We are also comfortable with remote working (within the US) - even better, you can work some days in our central San Francisco or Austin office. What we're looking for: Prior experience in product managementAd tech or marketing tech background/knowledge and a passion for helping us and our clientsStrong interpersonal skills - comfortable discussing technology with Engineers and commercials with ExecutivesStrong written and verbal communication skills - this includes being a concise, proactive communicatorTrack record of owning/project managing complex initiativesComfortable making data-driven, strategy-informed decisionsSome experience / knowledge of basic UI and software development best practicesSomeone who thrives in not being constrained by job description and will instead own and see a problem through to a solution

Craft Recruiting • San Francisco, U.S.

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Mechanical Design Engineer

We are a smart appliance manufacturer with a history of innovation dating back 50 years. We design, manufacture, and sell over 15, 000 products. You will find our products in the White House the Guggenheim Museum and a multitude of hotels, restaurants, retail stores, homes, conference facilities, educational facilities, hospitals, museums, and public spaces. Our smart products save our customers over $1 billion per year in energy costs. Innovative design is the core of everything we do. Our Mechanical Design team is made up of some of the smartest engineers in industry. We are looking for a Mechanical Designer to work on our consumer electronic, energy control and lighting control products. In addition to designing and validating mechanical designs, you will mentor and coach junior engineers and colleagues. We will assist a great engineer with relocation to Austin, TX where you can enjoy and afford a robust selection of nightlife, entertainment, arts, and outdoor activities. 3 Awesome reasons to work here:Work for a Global leader where you can work on cutting edge productsYou will have a high degree of autonomy and quickly be given a lot of responsibilityExcellent benefits including excellent, low-cost insurance, PTO, 401K and profit sharing What you will be doing We will rely on you to create prototypes of electromechanical products that are produced in high-volume. Focusing on aesthetics, UI and function, you will collaborate with industrial designers to make and iterate prototypes. Other responsibilities include:Identify opportunities for quality improvement and cost reductionCreate 3D models of new mechanical components and assembliesComplete mechanical engineering analyses of components and assemblies: FEA, Tolerance Analysis, DFM, FMEALearn/develop your skills in Finite Element Analysis to use on complex assemblies and to examine loading conditionsSource prototype components using 3D printers, our in-house machine shop and/or external vendorsUse visual renderings, rapid prototypes and machined parts to converge and define product architecture and specs across team members from various disciplinesRapidly iterate through the design process to arrive at solutions that meets cost, quality and delivery objectivesSource and quality production toolingTroubleshoot customer and manufacturing issuesDesign and develop injection molded plastic parts including design in Creo, detailed tolerance analysis, finite element analysis in ANSYS and conduct reviews with mold companies What you need for this Position:Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering or related with a GPA of 3.0+At least 3 years of mechanical design experience in industryThorough knowledge of mechanical engineering fundamentalsProficiency with 3D CAD SoftwareHands on experience with parts manufacturing processes such as plastic injection molding and sheet metal fabrication We'd be really excited if you have one or more of the following:Pro-EFEAAdvanced DegreeHeat Transfer Principles What's in it for you: In addition to a competitive salary ($90 - $120K) and full benefits, you will have the opportunity to have a major impact developing products used in homes and businesses worldwide. You will be mentored by an excellent engineering team and have the opportunity to rotate among programs to fully develop your design manufacturing skills. Our market leadership position and history of growth will provide you with excellent opportunities for advancement.

Craft Recruiting • Austin, U.S.

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Usineur (H/F)

Volvo Construction Equipment (VCE) recherche un Usineur sur son site français de Belley (01, Ain – 300 personnes).Rattaché au Manager EAP, l’Usineur devra réaliser l'ensemble des opérations qualifiées d'usinage de pièces en respectant les instructions données en matière de sécurité, environnement, qualité, délai et coût. Il pourra également effectuer des opérations de retouches éventuelles, des travaux d'étude et de résolution des problèmes techniques du secteur d'affectation.ResponsabilitésRéaliser toutes les opérations d'usinage pouvant intégrer des procédés différents (fraisage, tournage, perçage, alésage...)Adapter le montage d'usinage en fonction de la pièce à réaliser, effectuer les procédures de prise d'origine, enregistrer le programme préconiséRéaliser la première pièce en séquentielRéaliser les pièces en continu en respectant les temps gammeRéaliser l'autocontrôle des opérations qu'il exécute et effectuer les retouches simples dans le fluxEvacuer les pièces selon le processus prévu, procéder à la mise en conditionnement s'il y a lieuDémonter si besoin le montage et nettoyer l'environnement du poste de travailUtiliser et s'assurer du bon état de fonctionnement des moyens (outils, outillages, machines...) mis à sa disposition et signaler toutes dégradations. Participer à la remise à niveau (entretien 1er niveau, plan de surveillance, ...)Se conformer aux instructions de travail détaillées et/ou procédures spécifiques pour minimiser le risque de défautsRendre compte à son encadrement de toute non-conformité ou problèmes particuliers par rapport aux spécificationsAssurer la traçabilité du produit en renseignant sur les registres établis à chaque étape où il y est demandéParticiper aux initiatives d’amélioration continue (réunions, groupes de travail, …)RelationsCe poste est rattaché au chef d’équipeInteraction au niveau basique avec les services de production, qualité, méthodes, logistique, environnement, sécurité et maintenanceConnaissances et expérience requisesCAP (tourneur / fraiseur) ou équivalent dans le métier3 ans d’expérience professionnelle dans un poste similaire dans une entreprise du secteurNotions informatiques

VolvoAuto Sweden Sa • Belley, France

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Assistant Geologist

Job Description General Responsibilities: Evaluate and interpret subsurface field and sampling data including soil and groundwater to develop conclusions concerning the environmental and geologic site conditions. Generate subsurface maps and cross-sections and collaborate with engineering and environmental scientist staff on projects. Oversee field monitoring and testing of soils including boring investigations and soil type classification. Interpret soil, bedrock and groundwater elevation and quality data. Prepare written plans and reports related to site investigations, assessments and remediation activities. Projects may include construction projects focusing on earthwork and structural foundations; well design and sampling; environmental assessments including Phase I/II site assessments; seismic risk assessments.Essential Roles and Responsibilities:Follow safety rules, guidelines and standards for all projects. Participate in pre-task planning. Report any safety issues or concerns to management.Be responsible for maintaining quality standards on all projects.Entry level geological professional responsible for gathering data and information to be evaluated by other team members.Performs sampling and testing of water, soil, and other materials.Tabulate and prepare data for written reports.Assist with report preparation by summarizing data and information within reports.Operates field monitoring equipment.Assists with operation and maintenance of remediation and instrumentation systems.Transport material, samples or documents to the laboratory for further testing and analysis.Maintains and calibrates field monitoring equipment.Requirements:Bachelor’s degree in Geology, Hydrogeology or related field.Valid driver’s license with acceptable violation history.

Receptix • Wheat Ridge, U.S.

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Sterilization Engineer Principal (remote flexible)

JOB SUMMARY Responsible for providing sterilization-engineering support to Medline Industries worldwide operations. This role will assist/direct the design, installation, commissioning and start-up of facility sterilization process, abatement equipment [EO, Radiation], where needed, and ancillary supporting systems. Moreover, this role will drive projects with existing sterilization modalities that enhance Quality/Reg. Compliance, reduce operating costs through cost reduction, improved process control or improved machine reliability. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:Sterilization engineering support for greenfield and brownfield ethylene oxide sterilization facilities. This includes developing standardized URS, HAZOP/pFMEA/PHA, Risk Assessments, FAT, SAT and IQ documentation. With internal/external resources develop a sustainable model for sterilization facilities, minimizing bespoke costs.Lead stress testing of suppliers control system software and integration of controls w/process for a given sterilization modality.Engineering support for Sterility Assurance activities related to alternative sterilization methodologies, such as, but not limited: E[1]beam, X-Ray, Aseptic Processing, Moist and ry Heat. This will include performing in-house engineering feasibility studies, design and qualification specifications for said methods on an industrial scale. Drive approved alternative methods to completion.Review existing in-house sterilization equipment, to include Control System Software, and ancillary systems for gaps and improvement opportunities. Prioritize improvements in accordance with business risk. Provide technically competent solutions, to include time-line for completion and budgetary considerations. Depending on site/team skill set, either marshal/oversee resources or direct internal/external resources for improvements. Provide training as necessary to improve internal skill set.Provide engineering solutions at existing sites to automate/integrate pallet conveyance throughout in-house EO facilities, collaborating w/Engineering, Quality and Operations.Standardize means/methods at internal sterilization sites, brown or greenfield. Where applicable, control system hardware and software, instrumentation, calibration and maintenance activities are primary drivers. Insure each sites%26rsquo; critical sterilization component/equipment/software has a backup to minimize risk and insure business continuity.Support Sterility Assurance team with IQ/OQ/PQ, Risk Assessments, CAPA%26rsquo;s, Audits, etc.Benchmark internal/external sterilization modalities, insuring best practices for Medline owned sterilization equipment/facilities.Working understanding of US and International regulations associated with various modes of sterilization, specifically EO.This is a high-level individual contributor role. May be involved in hiring staff, recommending pay increases, performing performance reviews, training and development of staff, estimating personnel needs, assigning work, meeting completion dates, interpreting and ensuring consistent application of organizational policies.COVID-19 Vaccination Please be aware that Medline requires all employees starting in this position to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This position will require the successful candidate to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated by their start date. Medline is an equal opportunity employer, and will provide reasonable accommodations to those individuals who are unable to be vaccinated for COVID-19 consistent with federal, state, and local law. EDUCATION:Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, or equivalent mechanical/electrical degree. A Life Science degree with a minimum 10 years demonstrated professional engineering roles/expertise is acceptable. WORK EXPERIENCE:A minimum 10 year sterilization equipment experience required. SME in ethylene oxide sterilization equipment (primary)/processes (desirable) from an engineering perspective. Secondary expertise in other methodology is desirable, such as, but not limited to: E-beam, X-Ray, Gamma, Dry Heat, Moist Heat, Aseptic or novel sterilization methods.Preferred 10+ years hands-on-of experience in a regulated industry, with sterilization engineering, EO required, Dry or Moist Heat desirable.A Controls/Automation background is required; 8+ years%26rsquo; experience with Sterilization Software Programming & Integration.Proficiency in AutoCAD required, as well as Microsoft Suite [Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Project]. Statistical analysis desirable using Minitab or equivalent.Ability to work effectively in cross-functional teams. Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks and priorities.Position requires travel up to 30% of the time for business purposes (domestic and international).Sterilizer equipment, and Controls Hardware and Software. Relevant standards associated with EO modality.Benchmarking and project management skills to develop scope, capital cost, and timelines in support of capital projects.

Careerbuilder • Northfield, U.S.

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