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Resource Manager
Position ID: # EB-6273720539
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 9:07:07 PM
Location: Portland, OR
Salary: $90,000 - $100,000

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Title: Resource Manager Location: Portland, OR
Shift or Travel: Typically, M – F during day shift hours. Can expect to travel up to 30% regionally to support sites as needed.
Compensation: $90K - $100K base depending on qualifications and experience plus performance related bonus
Benefits: Company offer an exciting career with great opportunities for professional and personal
development in an inspiring environment with the energy industry’s global partner on sustainable energy solutions. We value initiative, responsibility and the balance between creativity and quality in all solutions, and this is your chance to make your mark on our service strategy. You will become part of a committed team in a highly professional environment with a solid technical commitment.
• Attractive salary and one of the most comprehensive benefits plans in the industry
• Great benefits coverage that includes dental and vision
• Generous Paid Time Off policies
• Great 401(k) plan (with employer match)
• Tuition assistance
Vaccine Requirement: Not required

Position Description:
The Resource Manager supports service sites and construction projects by scheduling traveling technicians and field support personnel.
• Coordinate up to 40 remote technicians and other area personnel
• Serve as a liaison between site managers, senior operations managers, directors, and corporate y
office on technical issues
• Coordinate resource schedules and work assignment locations remotely
• Vendor interaction for site support
• Assist with budget development, and cost tracking for direct reports
• Responsible for hiring, developing and supervising a group of technicians to ensure the area is properly staffed and prepared to respond to unscheduled maintenance needs
• Partner with Area Manager and Site Managers to coordinate unscheduled services and CIM work with ongoing site activities to maximize turbine and employee productivity
• Partner with Area and Site Managers to ensure 365/24/7 operation functionality of the sites

Requirements:
• Ideally at least 5 years’ experience as project manager, project lead, or other management
experience (industrial or construction industry is a plus)
• Valid driver’s license, passport, and ability to travel as needed to meet business goals
• Professional English communications skills (verbal, listening, written, meeting management, presentation)
• Efficient PC computer skills (MS Office) required, SAP knowledge highly preferred; MS Office –
Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project management programs

Competencies:
• Highly focused, accountability and ownership; functions effectively in a time-sensitive setting and in environments of rapid change and conflicting demands; enjoys balancing responsibilities
• Ability to coordinate a team
• Ability to establish targets and translate them into actionable plans
• Experience with and ability to coordinate and supervise projects
• Ability to speak and understand technical language


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Key Account Manager
Position ID: # EB-6025521431
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 5:48:31 PM
Location: Memphis, TN
Salary: $85,000 - $95,000

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Orion Talent is helping a client hire a Key Account Manager in Memphis, TN

Position Details:
• Location: Memphis, TN will be your central location
• Shift or Travel: This is a traditional day-shift schedule, but you will be asked frequently to travel to visit clients. Your local/overnight travel time will be dependent on the locations of your clients
• Compensation: $85K-$95K base + 25% base bonus opportunity
• Benefits:
o Employee Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k), and profit-sharing potential
o Role Benefits: Local travel will be granted mileage reimbursement, you will be granted a company card for all company related expenses (flights, hotels, meals, etc.) including a budget for client entertainment within reason.
Position Description: Your primary responsibility will be to implement growth strategies for key accounts and establish/grow customer relationships within assigned regions, in addition to coordinating leads with internal sales teams against established targets and objectives.
Requirements:
• Proficiency with MS Office, MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
• Experience conducting presentations and facilitating business objective
• Aviation Experience – comfortable with selling Aviation materials is the experience they are looking for
• Bachelor’s Degree looks great but is not a hard requirement if you are transitioning military with a strong background in Aviation


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Sales Manager
Position ID: # EB-1057985957
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 5:38:04 PM
Location: Santa Fe, NM
Salary: $60,000 - $80,000

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Position Details:
• Title: Sales Manager
• Location: Santa Fe, NM
• Shift: M-F flexible day time hours
• Compensation: $100-120k/yr total compensation + $18k in employee-ownership equity
• Benefits: CDP offers a great benefits package to include medical/vision insurance, employee ownership stock, IRA w/3% matching, negotiable PTO, and much much more!!
• Travel: Minimal travel. Only a few trips a year, mostly to expos.
• Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
• Hire and train sales staff, organize and oversee the schedules, territories, and performance of sales staff
• Conduct performance evaluations that are timely and constructive
• Provide leadership to the sales team, motivate and encourage sales team to ensure quotas are met
• Review and analyze sales and operational records and reports; using data to project sales, determine profitability and targets, and identify potential new markets
• Identify and analyze customer preferences to properly direct sales efforts
• Assign territories and sets quotas for sales teams
• Consult with potential customers to understand their needs; identifies and suggests equipment, products, or services that will meet those needs
• Resolve customer complaints, staffing problems, and other issues that may interfere with efficient sales operations
• Collaborate with executive leadership to develop sales quotas and strategies
• Prepares sales budget; monitors and approves expenses
• Acts as company representative at trade association meetings

Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics, or related field, OR comparable record of sales leadership experience required
• 3+ years of Sales management experience, background in flooring, construction or building industry preferred
• Experience in government contracting and procurement a plus
• Excellent verbal and written communication
• Excellent sales and customer service skills with proven negotiation skills
• Strong supervisory and empathetic leadership skills
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
• Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, Google Workspace, or related software


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Industrial Project Manager
Position ID: # EB-1939370363
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 5:03:14 PM
Location: Remote, TX
Salary: $150,000 - $185,000

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Title: Industrial Project Manager – Water/Wastewater, Oil & Gas or Chemicals/Manufacturing
Location: Water/Wastewater PM can be based out of any of company’s U.S. offices. Oil & Gas and Chemicals PM ideally based out of Houston, TX.
Shift: M-F Hybrid work schedule preferred, but can be Remote, with occasional travel to company’s office and client offices.
Compensation: $150k-175K Base Salary (or more), depending on experience and location, plus Bonus.
Benefits: offers some of the most competitive and comprehensive benefits in the industry:
• Medical, Dental, Vision plans, Short and Long Term Disability plans, Wellness Program.
• 401(k) Plan with match, Flexible Spending Accounts, Tuition Assistance, Adoption Assistance and Commuter Program.
• Life and Accident Insurance plan, Auto and Home Insurance plan, Business Travel Insurance plan.
• Paid Time Off, Flexible Work Options, Employee Assistance Program.
Travel: Able to travel approximately 10% of the time.
Vaccine Requirement: No corporate vaccine policy.

Position Description:
Our client is seeking a Senior Project Manager with previous experience managing small to large Consulting, Design and Design-Build industrial Water/Wastewater, Oil & Gas and/or Chemical projects. As part of their Industrial Division, you will contribute to their mission by leading and managing projects (Typical project sizes vary – typically in the $500K-$10M range) with Oil & Gas, Chemical, Food & Beverage, Metals & Mining, Utility, Manufacturing and other Commercial clients.
• Manage multiple large complex engineering projects from early concept development through detailed design and construction
• Serve as a mentor and leader of multi-discipline project teams
• Perform technical problem solving
• Lead and manage multi-discipline teams
• Perform guidance and review at the project level, assuring discipline and quality standards are adhered to
• Lead proposal teams and develop project approaches that lead to project wins
• Apply experience and innovation to solve problems of high complexity in area of expertise
• Effectively work with lead practitioners, quality managers, and key technical specialists
• Prepare and monitor project budgets and schedules in conjunction with assisting in negotiation of contracts and amendments
• Identify opportunities with existing clients, particularly by expanding service offerings

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related field
• 10+ years of related experience
• PE license preferred (required for Sr PM)
• PMP (PMI), CCM or DBIA certification is required within 12 months of hire
• Experience managing project scope, schedule and budgets - working with project management methodology including budget development, project planning, control and assurance methodologies, project management software and finance and accounting concepts and practices.
• In-depth knowledge of project goals, drivers, strategies, risks and opportunities.
• Good interpersonal and presentation skills for interacting with team members and clients.
• Excellent communication, networking and team building skills.
• Previous experience working directly with clients
• Ability to interact with many people and process a large volume of requests as necessary.
• Strong organizational skills to balance and prioritize work.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Professional Engineering (PE) license, strongly preferred.
• Master’s degree.
• Bachelor's degree in civil, environmental, or chemical engineering, or related degree.
• For Oil & Gas/Chemicals PM in Houston – Texas regulatory experience interacting with TCEQ, BLM and TRRC
• Experience managing facilities infrastructure and/or environmental projects for Industrial water/wastewater, Oil & Gas or Chemicals clients.
• Experience leading and managing high-tech expansion projects including data centers, semiconductor, etc.
• Proven experience managing preparation of engineering design packages for construction.

Company Description:
Our client is a global privately owned engineering and construction firm providing legendary client service and smart solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy, and facilities. In 1947, the company was founded with a commitment to maintain the constant pursuit of excellence, placing responsibility to their clients second only to responsibility to the public. By staying true to this promise for 75 years, they’ve forged tremendous, long-standing relationships, believing responsiveness is the foundation of serving their clients. With the power of independence, they make decisions based on what’s best for their clients and their employees, not outside investors.

Client Solutions - Industry: and stay competitive.
The company’s integrated design and construction teams understand the many pressures their clients face—getting to market quickly, improving operations, achieving compliance—and provide the right water, environmental and facility solutions to help them achieve their goals and stay competitive. Their industrial team provides full-service solutions—process engineering and plant betterment, facilities and infrastructure improvements, comprehensive environmental and water services, and various specialty offerings—to various industries. This allows their team to take sole responsibility for project delivery, from initial concept development through design, construction, commissioning and O&M. Their Industrial Division is experiencing tremendous growth with significant growth expected for at least the next 3-5 years in the primary markets they serve and solutions they deliver:
• Chemicals - manage environmental, infrastructure and capacity expansion challenges cost-effectively, responsibly, and sustainably with creative strategies that support competitiveness, growth, and profitability.
• Food & Beverage - sustainable solutions for energy, water conservation, wastewater treatment/reuse and waste reduction that improve operational efficiencies, manage water use, replace aging infrastructure and enhance environmental stewardship.
• Industrial Manufacturing - balance-of-plant design and construction for new facilities and facility expansions, risk reduction, remediation, and site closure, waste management and discharge, injury reduction and operation improvements or air/greenhouse gas emission consulting.
• Metals & Mining – decades of experience planning and permitting, design, construction, commissioning, operations and closure.
• Oil & Gas - safe and responsible exploration, development, production, refining and transportation of hydrocarbon resources. A leader in water, they emphasize resource management from sourcing and footprinting through treatment for reuse or discharge. They help operators reduce operating costs and manage risks while supporting infrastructure development, operations, and restoration.
• Power & Renewable Energy - address the environmental challenges with balance of plant design, all types of renewable energy, energy conversion and transmission, feasibility studies, innovative process modifications, site planning and development and site closure.

Why?:
Our client is an employee-owned organization, and people want to work with our client because they care about their people. The company stands out among Engineering and Design companies – they 100% embrace technology and innovation, and their project sizes are large enough and small enough to innovate in a meaningful way. For example, they recently helped a Dairy Farm with capturing methane gas to produce Renewable Natural Gas – they used AI, Machine Learning and Digital Twin technology to observe, monitor, control assets and optimize RNG production. As well, they are incredibly growth-minded, while not all about selling hours for dollars - they plan to become a $3B company, with much of that growth coming from the Industrial Services Division.

Our client attracts the best people in the industry, supporting their efforts to learn and grow. They strive to create a challenging and progressive work environment. They provide career opportunities that span a variety of disciplines and geographic locations, with projects that their employees plan, design, build and operate as diverse as the needs of their clients.

They are looking for high-caliber, highly experienced leaders who are hungry and motivated to grow the Industrial Division. There is tremendous opportunity to advance professionally within the company.






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Ground Support Equipment Technician
Position ID: # EB-1032878865
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 5:02:07 PM
Location: Fort Worth, TX
Salary: $35 - $38

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Title: Ground Support Equipment Technician
Location: Ft Worth, TX
Shift: Mon – Thur 5:45 am – 4:30 pm. Yes, you read that correctly, this is a 4-day work week.
Compensation: $35-38/hr with the potential to earn a year-end bonus that averages between 4-6% salary
Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance; Profit sharing plan after 1 year of service with the company; 401(k) plan with company matching 50% of employee contributions up to 6%
Travel: 0%
Vaccine Requirement: NO

Position Description:
• Repair ground support equipment and other related equipment
• Perform routine maintenance
• Use diagnostic tools to test components
• Perform quality inspections
• Document repairs

Requirements:
The ideal candidate for this role is a military veteran with 10 or more years of AGE/GSE (Ground Support Equipment/Aerospace Ground Equipment) repair and preventative maintenance experience. Company will train technicians that have mechanical, electrical or electronics backgrounds, potentially HVAC as well, that are applicable to their systems.
• Ability to read electrical and hydraulic schematics, repair manuals, and instructions
• Strong technical aptitude and troubleshooting skills
• Deadline and detail-oriented
• Familiarity with computer operations
• Ability to work in the U.S. No security clearance required.


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Director of Warehouse Operations & Logistics
Position ID: # EB-1252690165
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 4:52:55 PM
Location: Marion, SC
Salary: $100,000 - $130,000

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Title: Director of Warehouse Operations & Logistics

Location: Marion SC
Shift: Day Shift Monday-Friday
Compensation: $100,000 - $125,000 Salary + Annual Bonus (Flexible depending on experience)
Benefits: Full Benefits + 401(k) Match
Travel: None
Vaccine Requirement: No

Position Description: seeking an experienced Warehouse Manager as part of Company’s expanding team, who will help manage current warehouse in Mullins, SC (130.000 sq feet, 35 people) together with their current established leadership structure, and then oversee the continued renovation, onboarding, and efficient operation of their new warehouse in Marion, SC (500.000 sq feet 40 people) which currently houses Company operations as well as provide 3rd party fulfilment services. This building is undergoing extensive renovations but is fully operational. Management of this renovation project while learning existing warehouse operations is part of the position.
• This is not a desk job; this is a show by example career path. This is a career for someone that thrives working physically with a mind for attention to detail and the ability to motivate a team. We work through systems to manage information flows so familiarity with using computers and systems to manage a complex operation is essential. We are a technology focused company and always look for ways to improve our systems and processes.
• Proactive, frequent, and seamless communication with the Mullins team and collaboration with the Operations Team at headquarters (located in Mt Pleasant, SC) is a must. Independent decision making is expected, but teamwork is everything. The position requires a very organized and systematic person with a “can do” attitude who gets the job done today and not tomorrow. Inventory must be accurate at all times; orders must be shipped on time and in full.

Requirements:
• 10+ years management and shipping/receiving experience
• You must be able to effectively lead a large and growing team of both warehouse and office staff. Hands-on Leadership and quick decision-making qualities are a must.

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Research Associate
Position ID: # EB-3346071844
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 3:17:13 PM
Location: Vancouver, WA
Salary: $65,000 - $82,000

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Title: Research Associate (RA I, RA II or Senior RA)
Location: Vancouver, WA
Shift: M-F Days
Compensation: $55k-$80k base salary, depends on experience
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package includes Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k), short/long-term disability, flexible spending/health savings accounts, PTO plus 8 paid Holidays, and other voluntary life benefits. After one full year, employees become eligible to participate in their profit-sharing plan.
Travel: Minimal travel to conferences, etc., as needed.
Vaccine Requirement: No COVID vaccination policy. Hep B Vaccination provided at no cost to employee.

Position Description:
Research Associates are responsible for performing research and development experiments for projects and products in collaboration with others, and under the direction of the Principal Investigator and Lead Scientist. Use professional concepts in accordance with company objectives to solve complex problems in creative and effective ways. Investigate, create and develop new methods and technologies for project advancement. Regularly exercise technical discretion in design, execution and interpretation of experiments that contribute to project goals. Contribute to project process within scientific discipline through innovative research. Prepare technical reports, summaries, protocols and quantitative analyses. May participate in scientific conferences and make contributions to publications and patents. Possess a full understanding of and ability to apply established principles, theories, and concepts in area of responsibility, together with a working knowledge of related disciplines.

Research projects require familiarity with current scientific literature together with the capability to select methods and techniques for obtaining solutions within broadly defined practices and procedures. Depending on level, may be involved in teams, which include participation from/interaction with other sections and/or divisions, and may provide guidance to junior Research Associates/Assistants or other lab personnel. May assume leading role in providing solutions to difficult, though defined, problems associated with specific projects. May participate in external seminars and scientific conferences.

Responsibilities Include:
• Operate laboratory instruments and equipment and perform equipment maintenance according to the laboratory’s standard operating procedures.
• Recognize unusual patient results and identify problems in analytical procedures/systems; respond with appropriate investigation and/or corrective action.
• Troubleshoot assays and equipment which fail to perform adequately.
• Observe established safety guidelines and maintain cleanliness of the laboratory.
• Keep meticulous and organized record of specimens, tests, instrument logs, and technical analyses.
• Maintain stringent standards for quality, identifying any issues which might adversely impact the quality of test results and/or employee safety, and communicating these to the appropriate management representatives as necessary for resolution.
• Participate in activities required to support all necessary licensure for the clinical laboratory, including quality management functions and on-site inspections of the laboratory.
• Maintain updated understanding and knowledge of the methods employed in the laboratory and the use of the resulting information by physicians through continuing education activities.
• Consult with management and personnel on better operational procedures to improve overall efficiency and product yields.
• Accurately document and maintain all records for equipment and instruments.
• Support the administrative functions of the lab as required.
• Utilize excellent interpersonal and communication skills in both verbal and written communications and excellent customer service skills in a culturally diverse organization.
• Contribute to team research environment in a manner conducive to the success of research projects as a whole.
• Assist training new personnel.

Requirements:
• Master’s Degree with 2-5 years (Senior), 0-1 year (II) of clinical lab experience, OR
• Bachelor’s degree with 4+ years (Senior), 3 years (II), 1-3 years (I) of CAP/CLIA lab experience.
• Degrees must be in Biology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology or other science field. Clinical or medical technology degree is a plus
• Experience in pharmacy or pharmaceutical science is a plus.

Knowledge Needed:
• Experience in a minimum of 6 areas (Sr RA), 5 areas (RA II), 4 areas (RA I), listed below is required:
o Pharmacology/Pharmacogenetics
o General clinical chemistry (hematology and biochemistry diagnostic tests)
o Microbiology
o ISO regulation/requirements (e.g., ISO17025)
o Immunoassay (ELISA/EIA)
o Western blot
o HPLC
o LC/MS
o Solid phase extraction
o DNA extraction and Sterile technique
o RT-PCR and Proficient with pipetting low volumes (<3µL)
o Robotics/automated high throughput system for molecular assay and/or EIA assay
o Data analysis
o CAP/CLIA regulatory requirements
• Laboratory experience with BSL2 materials (3+ years for Senior RA).
• General data analysis, statistics and statistical process control
• Understanding of the elements that support high quality work processes, training and quality assurance in laboratories
• Research techniques in molecular, protein chemistry, LC-MS/MS, or others
• Biological analysis, quantitative and qualitative analysis, tabulation of data, equipment calibration, and standard laboratory equipment
• Strong computer literacy knowledge. Must be excellent user of MS Office
• Genetic data analysis software (sequencing, alignment, and/or NGS library) is a plus
• CLIA and CAP regulations
• Occupational safety and health rules and regulations.

Company Description:
Our client specialize in high-complexity molecular testing with an extensive portfolio of services including infectious disease, toxicology, targeted sequencing, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotyping, Next- Generation Sequencing (NGS), high-resolution immune profiling, and cutting-edge environmental testing. Our client offers a variety of clinical trial services comprising of assay development, trial site training, investigator support, and customized reporting.

The company is founded on three guiding principles – COMPLIANCE, INNOVATION and PARTNERSHIP. They apply the maximum level of control to obtain the most consistent and highest quality results.

The Mission is to pioneer and innovate distinctive distribution and specimen collection methods that open access to medical testing techniques where geographic, financial, and stigma barriers once created gaps in the healthcare industry.

The Vision is to revolutionize precision lab diagnostics accessibility via technology, logistics, and cutting-edge research and development.

The Culture: “We build our business by incorporating the values of Initiative, Integrity, Timeliness, Quality and Customer Service into everything we do. Employees can see this through the ability to try and learn new things, the encouragement to share all concerns and issues with management, the opportunity to be at the forefront of research and medical science, our ongoing commitment to be best in class in our practices, policies and procedures and the open-door policies of the leadership. Employees have said they appreciate the balance of strict lab practices with a fun, friendly and family like environment. In order for us to maintain this unique environment, having the ability to work well with others is vital!”

Why Molecular Testing Labs? Our client is a very exciting company to work for, with a collaborative, fun work environment. Ever since they were highlighted in a CDC letter in 2020, they have experienced tremendous demand for their technology and services, and R&D team is continuously working on new assays to further expand their range of services. Due to their growth, they are planning to expand their 35K SF state-of-the-art facility in Vancouver, so there is considerable opportunity for professional growth. If you are looking for a career with a unique, fast-paced and growing company that is developing cutting edge technology, this may be the place for you. As well, as part of the team, you will have autonomy in your work while having the support and camaraderie of a cohesive team that is focused on an important mission.


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Associate Spine Specialist - Sales
Position ID: # EB-1640738575
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 1:56:37 PM
Location: Greensboro, NC
Salary: $85,000 - $95,000

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Title: Associate Spine Specialist - Sales
Location: Greensboro, NC
Shift: M-F 8am-4pm w/ on-call schedule
Compensation: 85k-95k 1st year W2 (40k base, 40k commission, quarterly bonus) $350/month car. $350/month expenses
Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision insurance effective day 1. FSA accounts. 401k w/ match. Paid holiday, vacation, and sick. Employee stock options. Education assistance.
Travel: Daily travel required.
Vaccine Requirement: Yes

Position Description: The Associate Spine Specialist will work together with the Spine Territory Manager and will have territory coverage, inventory management, and limited sales responsibilities.
• Assisting the Spine Territory Manager on field calls for assigned geography and address and problems that arise on the account
• Gaining and consistently increasing product knowledge through formal sales training; surgeon speaker programs, attending surgeries/operating room visits, and industry research
• Meeting or exceeding all sales goals and objectives assigned
• Conducting sales calls to promote, sell, and service the company products and services to existing and competitive customers based on a strategic plan
• Performing field ride along with the Area Director and Spine Territory Manager on a regular basis
• Developing and increasing customer base and continually enhance Globus product market share within assigned territory
• Maintaining conduct that is aligned with company quality policy and procedures, and protects confidentiality with proprietary information
• Adhering to the letter and spirit of the company Code of Conduct, the AdvaMed Code, MedTech Code, and all other company policies. Ensure Compliance with applicable governmental laws, rules, and regulations, both in the United States and internationally, by completing introductory and annual training and maintaining knowledge of compliance as it applies to your role
Requirements:
• 1-2 years’ successful spine sales experience preferred, may consider other healthcare related sales and or business to business sales experience (preferred)
• Bachelor’s degree in Science or Business
• Exemplary ability to listen, communicate and influence
• Ability to travel as necessary, which may include nights and/or weekends
• Ability to make sales presentations with positive results


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Mechanical & Electrical Maint Techs
Position ID: # EB-1627497302
Date Posted: 1/30/2023 1:44:48 PM
Location: Hickman, AR
Salary: $30 - $40

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Position Details:
Title: Maintenance Technician (Mechanical and Electrical)
Location: Hickman, AR (Blytheville)
Shift: Opportunities currently exist on day shift for more experienced/qualified candidates and as part of a rotating schedule for others (7am-7pm. Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat of one week then Sun, Wed, Thurs of the next. 2 weeks days then rotate to 2 weeks of nights. Rotation day is on Monday after their long weekend off.)
Compensation: Target base hourly rate ~$30/hr - $40/hr+
• Additional Location Premium of 15% added to base rate
• Shift premiums for weekends and night shifts
• Annual Performance, Safety and Quality Bonus (up to 30% max payout)
• Relocation assistance up to $16K
• Sign-on Bonus up to $2K
Benefits: Total Rewards Program is perhaps the best (and most valuable) selling point of this opportunity:
• Affordable medical / dental premiums (through Blue Cross / Blue Shield)
• 100% Company-paid vision premiums
• Performance Bonus, Safety Bonus and Perfect Attendance Bonus (which can be over $5,000 annually)
• Traditional and Roth 401k plans (6% employer match)
• Supplemental Life Insurance, AD&D, etc
• Flexible Spending Accounts, Wellness Resources
• Perks and Discounts Program
Vaccine Requirement: None
Position Description: Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance Technician
In these roles you would be responsible for performing all maintenance associated with industrial mechanical and electrical production machinery; diagnosing and repairing equipment deficiencies; working with electric, hydraulic and pneumatic systems; reading and interpreting diagrams and blueprints; scheduling preventative maintenance on all equipment; and performing systematic analysis of problems and improvement opportunities at the mill in Blytheville, AR
Requirements: Candidates for the Mechanical Maintenance roles must have hands-on maintenance experience with industrial systems and equipment (hydraulics, pumps, compressors, conveyors, etc); proficiency with stick welding is a huge plus. Candidates for the Electrical Maintenance roles must have good electrical troubleshooting experience with industrial systems, controls (ideally PLCs) and high-voltage equipment, as they will be working on Cooling Towers, Overhead Cranes, Air Compressors, Medium Voltage Transformers, Utilities, etc.
Company Description: Leading manufacturer of pipes and related services for the world's energy industry and certain other industrial applications. Their manufacturing system integrates steelmaking, pipe rolling and forming, heat treatment, threading and finishing across 16 countries, and they also have an R&D network focused on enhancing their product portfolio and improving production processes.




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