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Sr. Mechanical Engineer – Heavy Industry Equipment
Nashville, TN

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$100,000 - $130,000 / yr


My client, an International Manufacturer with over $900MM in global sales, is a leader in its niche industry of carbon and graphite products.  Their growing operation near Nashville, TN, is presently seeking a Sr. Mechanical Engineer, who will lead ongoing capital equipment (boilers, cranes, furnaces) projects to upgrade the entire plant. 

 

Excellent opportunity for an experienced Mechanical Engineer to manage huge investment projects within a growing manufacturing operation.  Excellent long-term career stability and diverse technical challenges.  High profile / high visibility position. 

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen.  Some of the company’s work involves U.S. Defense Department projects.  ITAR Rules will apply.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering is required.  
  • 15 – 20 years of engineering experience is required.
  • Demonstrated commercial projects experience.
  • Ability to read and interpret detailed schematics, drawings, and specifications for equipment and utilities (P&ID and equipment drawings).
  • Experience with plant maintenance systems such as boilers, power distribution, and/or heavy lifting cranes in a heavy industrial environment is required.  Will not consider package conveyor systems or automotive assembly experience.
  • Efficient and effective troubleshooting skills including root cause analysis training.
  • Demonstrated style of participative management in problem solving, project implementation, and continuous improvement objectives.
  • Experience as plant/facility maintenance support, work order and maintenance systems is beneficial.
 
COMPENSATION:  $100K to $130K base salary + up to 15% in annual bonuses.


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