Do you have a BS in Engineering, Plastic Molding/Tooling experience, and a background in Medical Devices? If you're looking for a company where you can get paid for your contributions and work with great people, this could be the role for you!

We're looking for a Project Engineer to join a great team onsite in New Richmond, WI (approximately 40 miles from Minneapolis). This position will serve as the site program leader, guiding projects from end-to-end, and will be responsible for controlling project quality, cost, and delivery to meet customer expectations. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated ability to orchestrate the efforts of cross-functional teams to ensure that project goals and objectives are met within scope, as well as manage project scope changes when it occurs. This position will have extensive external/internal customer facing responsibilities and we are seeking an exceptional communicator and collaborator with strong problem-solving skills. 

What You'll Do:

What You'll Bring:

Ideal (but not Required) Experience:

Take the next big step in your career and Apply Now!
Questions? Contact Becky Hines directly at Becky@CarexEngineering.com

 

About Us
At Carex, We Are Career Matchmakers.
Your ideal career is out there. Carex curates the best opportunities for top candidates and makes it easier for both job seekers and employers to find their ideal fit.
Carex Engineering, a division of Carex Consulting Group, works exclusively with engineers throughout the U.S. and across a spectrum of backgrounds and industries. We are Engineers placing Engineers and focus on building long-term partnerships and helping candidates find their ideal next step. At Carex, Candidates are people and fellow professionals, not metrics.

Carex is a Certified Minority-Owned & Woman-Owned Business. Carex Consulting Group is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.

To see all of our available opportunities, visit Carex at: /candidates/see-job-openings/

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Are you an Electrical or Systems Engineer with a strong background and knowledge in software and control systems? Are you looking to either continue in the field of Automotive / Electric Vehicle (EV), or transfer your skills and break into the industry? This Embedded Controls Software Engineer role could be exactly what you're looking for in your career!
*Position is ideally located onsite in Oshkosh, WI with full relocation package provided. Hybrid work is available depending on experience.
Sponsorship is not available with the position.

Come join a world-renowned leader in Specialty and Electric Vehicles (EV) and Equipment that has a team 15,000 members strong, all committed to keeping firefighters and soldiers safe, building and keeping communities clean, and helping people excel at their jobs. 
 

What You'll Do:

In this role you will be responsible for supporting the development of high-quality control systems for a full line of Vehicles. As an Embedded Controls Software Engineer, you will be working in a collaborative environment and designing and developing embedded controls software for on-vehicle applications. This role is an integral member of the software team, and will develop C/C++ and model-based (Simulink) software on various embedded platforms that control and monitor vehicle systems for all Oshkosh subsidiaries. An understanding of vehicle systems and the integration of those systems is required to develop high quality, safety critical, cyber secure applications. In this role you'll be able to make an impact including:

Key Responsibilities: 

 

What You'll Bring:

Preferred Qualifications:

Take the next big step in your career and Apply Now!
Questions? Contact Becky Hines directly at: Becky@CarexEngineering.com
 

About Us
At Carex, We Are Career Matchmakers.
Your ideal career is out there. Carex curates the best opportunities for top candidates and makes it easier for both job seekers and employers to find their ideal fit.
Carex Engineering, a division of Carex Consulting Group, works exclusively with engineers throughout the U.S. and across a spectrum of backgrounds and industries. We are Engineers placing Engineers and focus on building long-term partnerships and helping candidates find their ideal next step. At Carex, Candidates are people and fellow professionals, not metrics.

Carex is a Certified Minority-Owned & Woman-Owned Business. Carex Consulting Group is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.

To see all of our available opportunities, visit Carex at: /candidates/see-job-openings/

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Do you have an advanced degree in Optical Engineering and experience working with Bioanalytical products? Have a passion for new product development and want to grow in your career with an innovative and well-known Biotech company? This could be the role you're looking for!

What You'll Do:
Within this role you'll be able to work with a team of engineers and scientists in the US and South Korea with diverse backgrounds and experiences. Projects have included the development of chemistries and instruments designed for a wide range of scientific disciplines and an ability to constantly be involved in new endeavors, evaluating new technologies, and pursuing new approaches to develop the next generation of instrumentation.

In this senior role, you'll be able to use your deep knowledge of physics/engineering to define the optical characteristics of the analytical and detection instrumentation under development, and support the vitality of existing products. The catalog of luminescence-based biological assays typically requires low-light detection that can utilize a wide variety of detection modalities depending on the instrument. The fluorescence-based assays may also require the development of LED or laser-based excitation and single or multiplexed signals for detection.

You'll be part of the team to develop cutting edge integrated systems for biological sample analysis. Boasting both assay and instrumentation development, the company offers the unique opportunity to create integrated systems that bring industry leading performance to the scientific community. Acting as an expert in the design, development, and testing of optical systems for high performance bioanalytical instrumentation, you can be part of an active team bringing innovation to life at a company with a commitment to mindfulness and continued personal and professional growth.

 

What You'll Bring:

1. Act as a Key Contributor on cross-functional engineering teams to achieve project deliverables. Collaborate with scientists, product management, industrial designers, and others to understand user needs and address those needs in designs.

2. Design, develop, build, and test optical systems used in complex bioanalytical instruments. Illumination sources may include LEDs, lasers, solid state lasers, and conventional lamps. Detectors may include solid-state devices, photomultipliers, and cameras. Systems will include both imaging and non-imaging optics. Spectral regimes will typically span near-UV, visible, and near-IR (200nm to 1200nm).

3. Design and/or specify optical components such as lens, imagers, reflectors, filters, gratings, and detectors, both off-the-shelf and custom. Interface with vendors for optical components, both standard and custom.

4. Analyze and optimize system performance considering, for example, optical and mechanical tolerances, thermal issues, and detector signal-to-noise.

5. Collaborate closely with mechanical and electrical engineers.

6. Perform hands-on work with optical components and systems. Personally perform construction and test of optical prototypes, or supervise technicians doing this work.

7. Where appropriate, apply software simulation tools for optical analysis and optimization.

8. Use current best-practice tools, design methods, and production approaches. Remain current in technology through self-directed reading, training, trade shows, and networking.

9. Plan and develop optical test procedures in conjunction with engineering and production to verify quality requirement guidelines. Specify and design optical alignment and test equipment for both development and production.

10. Use analytical and troubleshooting skills to address instrumentation systems issues. Conduct root cause failure analysis to improve instrument performance and reliability. Perform detailed technical analyses and create test and analysis reports.

11. Provide clear organized documentation to be used by other engineers, production, suppliers, consultants, and regulatory agencies. Prepare and present work at design reviews.

12. Understand and comply with ethical, legal, and regulatory requirements applicable to our business.

 

KEY QUALIFICATIONS:
1. PhD degree and 4 years of experience is preferred. To be successful in this role, experience should be in developing optical systems and products. It is desirable that the advanced degree be in optics.

2. Expertise in specifying, modeling, analyzing and optimizing optical components and systems.

3. Expertise in measurement and test of optical components and systems.

4. High level of proficiency with one or more optical design software tools such as LightTools, CodeV, Zemax, ASAP, or Trace Pro.

5. Excellent conceptual, analytical and problem solving abilities.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Experience with both imaging and non-imaging optics is highly desirable.

2. Experience and skill in electronics is desirable, particularly as related to optical sensors and detectors.

3. Experience with Matlab, Rhino, SolidWorks and similar modelling software is desirable.

4. Experience and skill in mechanical engineering, particularly as related to mounting and alignment of optical components, is desirable.

5. Experience with LEDs and fluorescence systems is highly desirable.

6. Experience in development of analytical instrumentation for biological/chemical applications and/or medical devices in a regulated environment (e.g. ISO-13485 or FDA QMS)..

If you're looking to take that next big step in your career, Apply Now!
Questions? Contact Becky Hines at Becky@CarexEngineering.com

About Us
At Carex, We Are Career Matchmakers.
Your ideal career is out there. Carex curates the best opportunities for top candidates and makes it easier for both job seekers and employers to find their ideal fit.
Carex Engineering, a division of Carex Consulting Group, works exclusively with engineers throughout the U.S. and across a spectrum of backgrounds and industries. We are Engineers placing Engineers and focus on building long-term partnerships and helping candidates find their ideal next step. At Carex, Candidates are people and fellow professionals, not metrics.

Carex is a Certified Minority-Owned & Woman-Owned Business. Carex Consulting Group is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.

To see all of our available opportunities, visit Carex at: /candidates/see-job-openings/

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If you're well-versed in Digital Building Automation Control Systems and BAS programming, and have great project management skills, we have an exciting opportunity for you! Come join a thriving Biotech leader as a Building Automation Engineer and grow into the SME across the organization when it comes to Building Automation needs!
Note this role is based out of Madison, WI; full relocation is available. We are not able to consider candidates located outside the United States at this time.

 

What You'll Do:

As part of the facilities team, you will love working with different groups of individuals ranging from outside vendors to internal customers. With the growing number of buildings on campus, you will collaborate with resources to design, troubleshoot, or manage, facility-related building automation needs. This role will be integral in providing building automation and project management support for Facilities Services to meet organizational goals and objectives. Role responsibilities include:

OCCASIONAL DUTIES:

What You'll Bring:

Preferred Qualifications

 

Take the next big step in your career and Apply Now!
Questions? Contact Ginger Auchter directly at Ginger@CarexScientific.com
 

About Us
At Carex, We Are Career Matchmakers.
Your ideal career is out there. Carex curates the best opportunities for top candidates and makes it easier for both job seekers and employers to find their ideal fit.
Carex Engineering, a division of Carex Consulting Group, works exclusively with engineers throughout the U.S. and across a spectrum of backgrounds and industries. We are Engineers placing Engineers and focus on building long-term partnerships and helping candidates find their ideal next step. At Carex, Candidates are people and fellow professionals, not metrics.

Carex is a Certified Minority-Owned & Woman-Owned Business. Carex Consulting Group is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.

To see all of our available opportunities, visit Carex at: /candidates/see-job-openings/

 

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