Welding Engineer

Company Name:
Randstad Engineering
Senior Welding Engineer needed for a growing manufacturing company that produces components and assemblies for commercial vehicles, construction equipment and agricultural equipment. The position will be responsible for developing new processes to ensure quality, cost and efficiency requirements. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelors Degree in Welding Engineering. Candidate must have a minimum of 3 years experience of hands on Process Engineering, Welding Engineering or Manufacturing Engineering experience within a manufacturing plant that utilizes robotic welding.
Responsibilities for the Welding Engineer
Improve efficiency and output of Welding processes
Lean manufacturing that uses continuous improvements to increase production and cuts costs
Establish welding procedures to guide operations and welding techs
Implement and monitor welding processes
Requirements for the Welding Engineer
3 years experience of Mig, Tig and robotic welding
Bachelors Degree in Welding Engineering
Strong background in lean manufacturing and continuous improvement
Company provided benefits
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Company Description:
Randstad is a $22.5 billion global provider of HR services and the second largest staffing organization in the world. From temporary staffing to permanent placement to in-house, professionals, search & selection, and HR Solutions, Randstad holds top positions around the world and has approximately 31,100 corporate employees working from its nearly 4,700 branches and in-house locations in 40 countries.

We are a company built on a deep network of expertise that crosses industries and geographies. We recognize that talent comes in different forms, that every business has its unique challenges and opportunities. And our recruiting experts are skilled at marrying talent and business--identifying the ideal professionals for an organization's culture and its teams, its needs and its goals.

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