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Senior Millwork & Cabinet Engineer

Cabinets, Cabinet Vision, CAD Software, Millwork, Drafting, Design, Engineering, CNC Machining, Nesting, Woods
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Senior Millwork & Cabinet Engineer

Location: Draper, UT 

Reports to: President

Compensation: $80 - $100K


Requirements & Responsibilities of the Senior Millwork & Cabinet Engineer:

  • 5+ years experience in millwork and cabinet drafting, design, and engineering
  • Degree or certification in engineering, architecture, drafting & design, or related field highly preferred
  • Outstanding proficiency in Cabinet Vision and CAD software is a must
  • Ability to lead and direct team members to produce exceptional designs that continue to drive innovation and exceed our customers’ highest expectations
  • Strong experience producing drawings, bills of materials, NC code generation, and other details for effective production
  • Ability to create nesting programs for CNC machining to reduce waste and maximize yield, as well as produce CNC output for shop production
  • Excellent communication and collaboration ability to work with shop leaders, project managers, external customers, and vendors
  • High level of attention to detail with a passion for design
  • Knowledge of domestic and exotic wood species
  • Adept at reading and translating blueprints, drawings, and jobsite measurements
  • Substantial knowledge of cabinet design, construction, and installation methods
  • Drive for continual improvement in design, processes, and production methods
  • Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, ISO, etc. certification experience highly preferred

Discover a new level of craftsmanship, collaboration, and camaraderie! More than just a workplace, our Wasatch Front facility is a sanctuary of design, detail, and exceptional quality. Our team of award-winning designers and skilled craftsmen work seamlessly to create magnificent home environments. From hand-selecting the finest materials to meticulously applying artisan finishes, every piece exudes enduring quality. We’re looking to hand-pick the finest individuals to help us deliver state-of-the-art furniture for every room in the home. Join us and be part of crafting timeless spaces that enrich lives. 

Manufacturing Engineer

Engineering, Manufacturing, Continuous Improvement, Lean Six Sigma, 5S, Kaizen, Theory of Constraints, AutoCAD, Inventory, Siemens NX, Tool Design, CNC Programming, Machinery
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BENEFITS: Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision, 401K
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Manufacturing Engineer    

Location: Salt Lake City, UT  

Reports to: Manufacturing Engineering Manager  

Compensation: $65K - $85K 

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results.” This quote is most often attributed to theoretical physicist and all-around smarty pants, Albert Einstein. However, links to him having uttered these words are dubious and the actual origin continues to be hotly debated by nerds everywhere. Talk about insanely repetitive research… We’re looking for a creative MANUFACTURING ENGINEER to bring fresh methods, machinery, and tools to our manufacturing process. If you like redundancy, keep doing what you’re doing. If you’re into repetition, this may not be the place for you. If you enjoy mindless, menial tasks, move on. If you’re ready for a new challenge and a chance to flourish, join us. We’re combining safety with efficiency, creativity with practicality and working to improve more and waste less.

Requirements & Responsibilities of the Manufacturing Engineer:  

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related technical field.
  • 1+ years of experience in a manufacturing engineer position.
  • Familiarity with various continuous improvement methodologies, including Lean Six Sigma, 5S, Theory of Constraints, and Kaizen.
  • Experience with AutoCAD Inventor and Siemens NX.
  • Tool design and CNC programming experience a plus.
  • Outstanding verbal, written, and interpersonal communication capabilities.
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.
  • Develop and implement processes, machinery, and tooling to cost effectively manufacture quality parts.
  • Write, revise, and maintain CNC programs and manufacturing process instructions.
  • Participate in Lean Manufacturing continuous improvement and safety initiatives.

Looking for some stability in your new employer? We’ve been in business for 150 years and are still thriving and expanding. Our sustainability has always been based on our ability to locate, retain, and develop extraordinary individuals. Join one of the most well-respected, fastest-growing engineering firms in the world. We deliver creative and reliable products and services to the mining and fuel industries and beyond. We welcome diversity and divergent thinking, encourage collaboration and innovation, and are committed to cultivating careers.    

Sales Engineer

Sales, Engineering, Plastics, Manufacturing, Mechanical, Chemical, Injection Molding, Business Development, Customer Management, Estimates
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BENEFITS: Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision, 401K
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Sales Engineer 

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

Reports to: Director of Sales    

Compensation: $85K - $110K + plus bonus


Requirements & Responsibilities of the Sales Engineer:  

  • Bachelor’s degree in Plastics, Manufacturing, Mechanical, or Chemical Engineering preferred. 
  • 5+ years’ experience in plastics, injection molding, manufacturing, sales, engineering, business development, and/or customer management. 
  • Deep understanding of plastics and plastic injection molding processes.
  • Ability to travel to tradeshows and customer sites.
  • Strong project management and design process flow skills. 
  • Outstanding verbal, written, and interpersonal communication capabilities.
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.
  • Build and maintain strong customer relationships.  
  • Prepare technical written proposals, layout drawings, and cost estimates for customers.
  • Collaborate closely with Engineering team.
  • Plan for modifications to products to meet consumer demands. 
  • Recommend new and improved products to the customers and explain how the equipment will be more cost-effective. 
  • Develop and execute sales strategies to achieve revenue targets and expand market share. 

For more than half a century we have thrived by fostering an entrepreneurial spirit and considering unique perspectives. We’re seeking professionals who can bring innovative insights to our team. Our management style encourages fresh ideation and self-motivation. We offer a competitive benefits program, tailored for personal and professional growth. Our workspace promotes wellness, activity, and camaraderie. Our culture encourages teamwork and individual growth, nurturing the next generation of brilliant minds and next-level injection molding products and processes. Join us!  

District Manager

Heavy Industrial, Field Service, Consulting, Sales, Customer Service, Leadership, Business, Operations, Quote, Estimates, Installation, Maintenance
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BENEFITS: Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision, 401K
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District Manager 

Location: Salt Lake City, UT 

Reports to: Territory Manager 

Compensation: $125 - $150K+ 

Travel: 75%


Requirements & Responsibilities of the District Manager :  

  • 7+ years of heavy industrial experience, preferably in a field service, consulting, or construction trade environment.
  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Mechanical aptitude. Engineering background, preferred.
  • Customer service focus.
  • Strong problem-solving, strategy, and sales abilities.
  • Exceptional ambition and organizational skills.
  • Outstanding verbal, written, and interpersonal communication capabilities.
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.
  • Run a stand-alone division of the business encompassing sales, operations, and other business functions for multiple states.
  • Build and supervise your team.
  • Quote, plan, and execute projects within equipment installation, mechanical maintenance, rework, and retrofit.

Are you a dynamic sales leader who’s passionate about optimizing processes and driving exceptional performance in the industrial equipment industry? Great! Join our team, where strategic leadership meets a commitment to exceeding expectations. If you thrive in a collaborative environment and are dedicated to making a real impact, apply now. Explore this exciting opportunity and be part of a team that's truly passionate about delivering exceptional service and exceeding expectations.

HR Manager

Human Resources, Management, Manufacturing Industry, Employee Relations, Employee Development, Employee Benefits, Compliance, HR, FMLA, ADA, DOL, HIPAA, State Laws, Federal Laws, Payroll, HRIS Systems, PHR, SPHR, HRCI, Bilingual (Preferred)
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HR Manager

Location: Price, Utah

Reports to: Director of HR 

Compensation: $120 - $140K + Bonus 


Requirements & Responsibilities of HR Manager:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related field
  • 7+ years of progressive experience in HR roles, preferably within a manufacturing or related environment
  • Strong ability to connect with workforce, manage employee relations, and build relationships with a foundation of trust
  • Provide support and guidance to managers and leadership in regard to employee development, discipline, and coaching
  • Support strategic approach within the organization
  • Oversee benefits programs, enrollment, auditing, and compliance
  • Manage, administer, and ensure compliance within all HR functions/programs including FMLA, ADA, DOL, HIPAA, state and federal laws, etc.
  • Demonstrates ethical behavior and consistency while helping the business achieve success
  • Experience with payroll and HRIS systems – interstate payroll and employment experience highly preferred
  • PHR, SPHR, or HRCI certification highly preferred
  • Bilingual English/Spanish highly preferred