Who is Re:Build DAPR Engineering and Re:Build Manufacturing

DAPR Engineering, LLC is an engineering design and analysis consulting firm in Nashua, New Hampshire. We work with customers across many industries to develop and deliver turnkey industrial machines to meet their unique requirements. We design and build custom automation solutions, work with OEM's to develop industrial products, and provide engineering analysis using FEA tools.

Re:Build Manufacturing is a family of industrial businesses combining cutting-edge enabling technologies, operational superiority, and strategic M&A to build America's next generation industrial company. Re:Build leverages a deep expertise in operations management and technology to supercharge performance of its subsidiaries by implementing core technologies across industrial platforms in diversified growth markets. We seek to revitalize the U.S. manufacturing base over the coming decades, creating substantial opportunities for our employees and the communities where we operate.

If you like a fast-paced environment where individuals can stretch and be challenged with a diverse set of projects, we offer a great deal of variety and empower our staff to take on as much responsibility as they can handle, offering a helping hand and experienced-based coaching and the support of a highly competent team. Our goal is to enable our employees to achieve their fullest potential, and through our association with Re:Build, provide avenues for personal and professional growth.

Who are we looking for?

A leader to oversee and enable a team of mechanical engineers, who contributes to active projects, participates in continuous improvement activities, and supports sales activities.

What you get to do!

  • Plans, organizes, directs, and evaluates the performance of engineering staff
  • Oversees the day-to-day tasks performed by staff to ensure customer demands are being met and company standards are being followed
  • Interfaces with project managers to understand project requirements and schedules
  • Acts as project manager for key projects, managing all aspects of the project execution
  • Generate content for project proposals, including developing concepts, estimating effort, and equipment cost
  • Participates in the hiring process of engineering staff and help with onboarding
  • Conducts bi-annual reviews of engineering staff and recommend areas for professional development

What you will bring to the team

  • EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited college or university OR a BS degree in another applicable field, combined with equivalent relevant industry experience. Minimum five (5) years' experience in an engineering or manufacturing leadership role.
  • LANGUAGE SKILLS: Strong written and verbal communications, organizational and time management skills. Strong interpersonal skills to work and support a team environment.
  • MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Applied engineering mathematics, statistics, and business and economic analysis preferred. Use of engineering tools such as Mathcad, ANSYS, or equivalent FEA packages is a plus.
  • REASONING ABILITY: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Strong interpersonal skills to work and support a team environment.
  • OTHER SKILLS: Ability to operate a computer and use spreadsheet, database, word processing. Experience user of CAD packages, SolidWorks preferred. Familiarity with motion systems, pneumatics, hydraulics, robots, etc.

The BIG payoff

We are a company who is going to make a difference in the industries and the communities where we operate.

Every employee of Re:Build will share ownership in the company and will share in the financial rewards of the success we achieve together, at all levels of the company!

We want to work with people that reflect the communities in which we operate

Re:Build Manufacturing is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, marital status, parental status, cultural background, organizational level, work styles, tenure and life experiences. Or for any other reason.

Re:Build is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at accommodations.ta@ReBuildmanufacturing.com or you may call us at 617.909.6275.

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