Throughout my job search, I've been encountering "lean manufacturing" and "project management" experience as requirements for most, if not all, positions. What I would like to know is what exactly qualifies as "lean manufacturing" and "project management" experience? Keep in mind that I graduated from college in Dec. 2009/Jan. 2010, so I have 2-3 years of actual professional experience. In my last job I performed a lot of total productive maintenance (TPM) on machinery and equipment. I also did ...
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Why is it that a Licensed Engineer needs to spend 2 years under a licensed engineer in Chicago IL. when he is already a licensed engineer, not only having taken tests with the Coast guard but having a Phila pa license and a License in Tampa Fla.
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I am a recruiter working with an Energy Company in Houston, TX. I have an opening for a Plant Engineer with around 5 years of experience. I have included the job description. If anyone is interested please let me know.JOB TITLE: PLANT ENGINEER 1. Ideally looking for a Mechanical Engineer with process experience. Performs results engineering which includes participating in plant performance tests, analyzing operating data, developing operational plans and equipment recommendations to ensure...
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