- Full Time
We are a leading innovator in custom office storage and furnishings. As one of the largest office furniture manufacturers globally, we provide award-winning furnishings to some of the world's leading companies. We started operations in Pembroke in 1992 and continue to thrive in Canada and our other locations globally.
Our Pembroke location includes Design, Engineering, Purchasing, Research and Development, Human Resources, Accounting, Maintenance and Production teams. Our Pembroke facility exports approximately 95% of our product to the US.
How We Care About Our Employees:
As a world-class company, we offer best-in-class benefits to our employees and an incredible workplace. Our manufacturing facility in Pembroke is a welcoming and inclusive environment where great people work and support each other. We have a diverse team that spans newer employees and those who have been with the company for over 25 years.
The company offers incredible benefits including:
Comprehensive medical and dental
Employee Family Assistance Program
On the job training and mentoring
So much more!
Compensation for this position: $52,000 - $60,000 annual salary
Our Ideal Person:
To be completely successful in this position you ideally have at least 2 years in a manufacturing engineering position. You also have project management experience and are passionate about the contribution that you will make to the business and to your team.
This is a very fast-paced environment, so you are eager and outgoing while focused on quality and efficiency. In this role you are working closely with others, so you are a great communicator, goal-oriented and understand company and team objectives.
Provide technical support and expertise to manufacturing, lead and support capital projects, utilize 5S as a template for all work and personal spaces, keep policies and manuals current, communicate with vendors, create documents for work being performed, complete ROI’s, while being a strong and professional member of the Engineering Department.
Graduate of an accredited post-secondary institution, with a degree in Engineering
Experience in a manufacturing setting preferred
Experience in dealing with confidential information required
Successful project management experience required
Experience with lasers, turret punches, hydraulic brakes/punches, robotics and PLC programming/controls preferred
Advanced proficiency in Office Suite, AutoCAD
Ability to perform root cause analysis and implement the resolution
Ability to negotiate with contractors
Strong written and oral communication skills
Developed leadership skills
Ability to collaborate effectively and work as part of a team
Strong attention to detail
Strong multitasking skills
OTHER SPECIAL (NON-PHYSICAL) REQUIREMENTS
While knowledge, skills and experience are important to us, we pride ourselves on hiring quality talent who will be a ‘fit’ for our team. We value strong work ethics, humility, and passion. Should knowledge or experience gaps exist, for the right person, we will provide all required training and mentoring.
If you believe you are a fit for our team, we encourage you to apply today for immediate consideration.
We are an equal opportunity employer.