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Posted: 4/3/2006 10:33:22 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/4/2006 6:52:25 AM EDT by JohnGA]
We are looking for someone who is mechanical, knows AutoCad and work in a multi-national environment. Baking industry supplier, European company.
The ability to understand and work with various nationalities and cultures is important.
- Permanent position
- must be commercially focused - not just an engineer
- must be able to deal with various cultures - Belgium, Holland, Germany, Italy
- process requests for proposals, AutoCad work, BOSS, Office
- passport required or obtainable
- projects range from $35000 to $6,000,000
- many projects are long term
- health insurance paid for employee - family plan available
- some travel possible - especially training overseas at some point
- some electrical experience would be great
- if you can speak Dutch, Flemish, German or Italian - you are more talented than most of us

We are a small company - sales run $3m - $6m - depending on sales. It can get crazy sometimes.
No idea of salary level - different area than mine.
Email me if you think you have the qualifications.
Link Posted: 4/3/2006 3:28:10 PM EDT
Is this a permanent position or do you just need temp help?
Link Posted: 4/3/2006 3:54:21 PM EDT

Originally Posted By MrsBRF:
Is this a permanent position or do you just need temp help?



Off topic...Hey there little mama! Long time no see/hear/wotever! How are you guys doin'?


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Link Posted: 4/3/2006 4:06:50 PM EDT
«-- 15 years of AutoCAD experience and looking for a job

email sent
Link Posted: 4/4/2006 2:58:22 AM EDT
Off topic again.....my youngest daughter is taking AutoCad in high school and is bugging me for software for her PC. Any reccomendations as to what and where to get. Something that would be practicable(sp) for real world use. She thinks she might want to persue something like this.
Link Posted: 4/4/2006 4:13:13 AM EDT
AutoCad is the industry standard for most mechanical/engineering applications. The bad news is that the price range for the software starts at around $850 and goes all the way up to over $4k depending on the options you need.
Link Posted: 4/4/2006 4:45:20 AM EDT
AutoCAD can be found, if you know where to look and that type of thing doesn't bother you...IM me if you need more info. It would be a good way to find out if the interest is there.

I really like AutoCAD, I wish I had more reason to use(play with) it. As mentioned, it is pretty much the standard.


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