Experience and Skills:
Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical
Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology and 5 years of
experience in manufacturing/production engineering. In lieu of a
Bachelor’s Degree, employer will also accept an Associate’s Degree in
Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology and five
years of experience in manufacturing/production engineering. In
addition, the following specific skills are required:
5 years of experience with AutoCad Inventor, SAP, MS Office,
Share Point navigation, and CCPM;
5 years of experience with Lean/FVP processes; Ergonomic, TPM,
5 years of experience with metal materials specifications and
applicable DIN and/or ANSI standards;
5 years of experience with problems solving methods (Ishikawa,
5W, etc.); and,
5 years of experience with estimating and cost calculation of
10% domestic and international travel required.
The Immigration Act of 1990 amended the Immigration and Nationality
Act and assigned to the Department of Labor new and revised
responsibilities. By law, statutory requirements became effective on
October 1, 1991.
Section 122(b) of the Act requires (1) the employer provide notice of
filing of the permanent application for Alien Employment Certification
to the bargaining representative, if any, in the occupational
classification and area for which certification is sought, or if there
is not such bargaining representative, to the employees at the
facility through posting in conspicuous locations; and (2) that a
third party may submit information relative to an Application for
Permanent Employment Certification.
Any individual may provide documentary evidence bearing this
application, with information on available workers and information on
wages and working conditions, to the National Certifying Office, U.S.
Department of Labor, at the address below:
National Certifying Officer
: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training
Administration, Office of Foreign Labor Certification, 200
Constitution Avenue NW, Room N-5311, Washington, DC 20210.