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Nancy Baughman
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#Job Industrial Engineer - Bedford, NH

We are seeking an Industrial Engineer for our manufacturing plant, located near Bedford, NH.

Responsible for evaluating and improving plant performance, continuous improvement, automation, safety, quality, production output and operating cost. Using lean manufacturing techniques, root cause analysis 3D problem solving and leading cross functional teams to provide process improvements. Leading quality activities and ensuring QMS compliance.

Experience with implementation of adaptable robotics/automation is strongly preferred. Must have outstanding organizational, Six Sigma, lean manufacturing and communication skills.

Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering or equivalent, a minimum of five years’ experience in a manufacturing environment and a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification.

Competitive salary and benefits package. Local candidates only. Applicants must be authorized to work for ANY employer in the U.S. We are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com.

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23 days ago

#Job Systems Engineer - White River Junction, VT

We are seeking a Systems Engineer for our growing manufacturing company, located near White River Junction, Vermont.

Responsible for supporting all internal computer-related hardware, software, and networking for a single site as well as a sizable remote workforce, including: end-user support, software installation and support, data backup and restoration, systems administration, network administration, helpdesk ticketing, enterprise application support, etc.

Must have strong technical-related troubleshooting skills for both hardware and software; outstanding communication and interpersonal skills; experience working with databases and related administrative tasks and the ability to work with all levels of the company. Must be able to travel as needed and have a solid understanding of MSOffice, Office365, Active Directory, Azure, AWS, VoIP, SQL, anti-virus, etc. Experience defining parameters needed for a new ERP system, automating manual processes, systems integration is a plus.

BS in Information Systems related degree, certifications in related fields and/or equivalent experience and a minimum of three years’ experience in computer support and administration fields is required.

Competitive salary and benefits package. Local candidates are strongly preferred. Must be authorized to work for any employer in the United States now and in the future without sponsorship. Company is not able to offer work visas at this time.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com

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27 days ago

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INTRODUCTION: Hello Workplace Warriors. I’m so glad you’re here. Welcome to another video. If you’re here for the first time, please consider subscribing to my channel. I’m on a mission, one video at a time, to help you live your best career life. So, do me a big favor and like this video to let YouTube know that you want more workplace-related content. Then, hit the notification bell so you know when I release new videos. Also, share it with others who want to live their best career life. And, consider subscribing to join the Workplace Warrior Community if you haven’t already.

Today, my Workplace Warriors, I want to share an email that I received recently from one of my blog readers. This person wrote to ask me what would happen if he filed a lawsuit against his manager at his current job. He shared that his manager framed him and falsely blamed him for damage to workplace property.

You may be able to relate to being treated unfairly by a manager during some point in your career.

Imagine this scenario: You’ve had enough. Your manager, the very person meant to lead and support you in your career, has falsely accused you of damaging company property for personal gain. But here’s the kicker—it wasn’t true. Understandably, this false accusation has left you feeling betrayed and confused. Your lack of confidence in your manager is definitely understandable.

Now, you’re considering the ultimate retaliation…suing your manager personally only, not as a fellow company employee. But how do you do that? Will it impact your employer although you know that your manager acted outside of company policy? This is why you want to sue your manager for professional malpractice.

The challenge with this type of claims is that professionals such as doctors, lawyers, or accountants are typically targeted by these claims because their misconduct or negligence might directly harm their clients or patients. Now, in your case, if your manager’s actions as a supervisor were negligent or abusive, and harmful (such as reputational damage or emotional distress), a professional malpractice claim just might apply.

The Core of Personal Lawsuits: When you decide to file a lawsuit against your manager personally, you’re targeting them as an individual, not your employer. This means that your legal action is directed at their personal conduct and responsibilities, not the organization they represent. The grounds for such a lawsuit typically involve claims like defamation, harassment, or wrongful termination, where the person filing the suit directly attributes the manager’s alleged misconduct to the individual.

EMPLOYER INVOLVEMENT WILL BE INDIRECT, BUT SIGNIFICANT Company Considerations: Despite targeting your manager personally, your employer will inevitably become entangled in the legal web. That’s because the employer has a responsibility to defend their employees and reduce the potential negative effects a lawsuit can have on the company’s reputation or operations. Here’s how things will likely play out once you file your lawsuit:

  1. Did the alleged behavior occur within the scope of employment? Your employer may step in to provide legal representation for your manager, especially if the alleged behavior is related to your or your manager’s job duties in any way. The fact that you are a company employee and so is your manager, would likely be enough to meet this requirement.

  2. The company will also consider the financial impact to its bottom line: If your lawsuit leads to a judgment or settlement, the company might be financially impacted, especially if they support your manager in legal matters.

  3. What is the reputational risk: Most businesses want to avoid scandals at all costs. A lawsuit involving an employee and their manager can tarnish the company’s image, damaging the public’s perception of the company as well as investors’ and other stakeholders’ confidence in the organization.

Employee Considerations: Filing a lawsuit against your manager can have a ripple effect beyond legal consequences. It’s a decision with profound personal and professional repercussions. So, think about these very real impacts on your personally:

The emotional toll – Even though you are the person filing the lawsuit, litigation can be emotionally taxing. The process will dig up any past grievances and will strain your workplace relationships. Potential impact on your career – In spite of existing legal protections, suing your manager could have a negative impact on your continued career within the company. Employers try to avoid lawsuits, so other employers within the industry that you work in might hesitate to hire you if they know about your suit against another employer. Public Scrutiny – Be prepared to face public scrutiny and potential media attention, especially if someone exposes your case on social media. So, one of your most important considerations should be your mental health during this time. If the pressure proves too much to bear, not surprisingly you could sink into a dark place. Before moving forward, determine if it’s all worth it. Decide, on the front end, at what point you should cut your losses and move on with your life and career. IN CONCLUSION: Suing your manager personally for professional malpractice is a bold step. It demands careful consideration of the legal nuances, potential consequences, and your personal resilience. While targeting your manager as an individual, be prepared for your employer’s indirect involvement. Also, research and consider how such action could negatively impact your professional journey.

Remember, legal battles are multifaceted. So seek guidance from experienced professionals, such as employment law attorneys. They can help you weigh your options, and brace yourself for a journey that goes beyond established legal protections. It’s about asserting your rights, reclaiming your dignity, and forging a path towards justice in the workplace.

So, are you ready to embark on this legal odyssey? The decision is 100% yours. Remember to choose wisely, and may justice prevail in your pursuit.

The information shared here is meant for information purposes only. It is not legal advice. Only employment law attorneys can provide you with legally-sound advice. Their advice will be based on your state’s laws and the specific details of your case.

As we wrap up, remember that I am on a mission to help you live your best career life one video at a time. If you got value from this content, please like this video to let YouTube know that you want to see more videos like this. Share it with others who want to live their best career life. And click the notification bell so that you’ll know when I release new videos.

The links to my upcoming live sessions are in the description below this video. You can also schedule a personal workplace or job search coaching session with me, using one of the links below if you’d like to work more closely with me.

Until next time workplace warriors…Career Success to You!

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Nancy Baughman
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about 1 month ago

#Job Senior Process Engineer - Somersworth, NH (w/relo)

We are seeking a hands-on, customer-focused Senior Process Engineer for our custom molded rubber manufacturing facility, located near Somersworth, NH.

Working with the operations, quality, safety and customer service teams, you will be responsible for leading the development of new products, improving existing products and processes and interacting with suppliers, tooling vendors and customers. Ensuring material, process and tooling meet the customer’s technical requirements and safety standards. Creating BIM, parts master, process instructions and specifications and ensuring they meet all requirements.

Must have solid knowledge of rubber injection, compression and transfer molding processes and equipment. Strong problem-solving, troubleshooting, communication, multi-tasking, time management, solid modeling and quality control (e.g., Lean Six Sigma) skills. ERP system experience is a plus.

Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related field or equivalent work experience. A Master's degree is a plus. A minimum of three years of Process Engineering experience specifically working in the rubber industry is required.

Highly competitive salary and outstanding benefits package including relocation from within the Continental United States. Applicants must be authorized to work for ANY employer in the United States now and in the future.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com.

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about 1 month ago

#Job Senior Construction Coordinator - Stratham, NH

We are seeking an experienced Senior Construction Coordinator for our growing multi-discipline consulting industrial engineering and construction management firm. This position is primarily located in the office near Stratham, NH; however, some travel to remote construction sites with overnight stays will be required. We are also seeking a junior level Construction Coordinator with the same general requirements serving in a lesser capacity, with one to five years of related work experience.

Responsible for coordinating construction effort on multiple small projects to ensure construction is performed in accordance with design, budget and schedule. Lead the estimating efforts for assigned projects and business development. Assist with development of bid packages for subcontractors. Assist with project accounting, cost tracking, and project cost forecasting. Interface with client representatives, engineers, subcontractors. Provide technical assistance, monitor subcontractors, review submittals. Maintain necessary licensing and training requirements.

Must have thorough knowledge of construction technology, equipment and methods; proficiency with MS Office and other construction related software. Must have outstanding communication, interpersonal, planning, organization and supervisory skills. Industrial construction estimating experience is a plus.

BS in Engineering discipline or Construction Management or equivalent combination of training and related experience. Minimum of eight years of experience working as a project engineering, superintendent or construction coordinator or manager is required. MA Construction Supervisor’s license or the ability to acquire and maintain a MA construction supervisor’s license.

Highly competitive salary and outstanding benefits package. Local candidates only. Applicants must be authorized to work for ANY employer in the United States now and in the future. We are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com.

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Don't ever forget this message...

You are living on the largest stage of life called..."LIFE WITHIN ITSELF"

Some of the nominees graduated from the School of Arts; others their parents birth them into the industry; while many others wrestle through "thick and thin" to make it.

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Guess what? Guess what? Then...Guess what again?

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Nancy Baughman
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about 2 months ago

We are seeking a Mechanical Engineering Technician for our machinery manufacturing company, located near Wilder, Vermont.

Responsible for working as part of a team on a variety of prototype projects (e.g., full pumps, turbocharger technology, gas turbine engine development). Complete hardware assembly and prototype testing. Fabricate and assemble development and production rigs and equipment. Calibrate and install instrumentation. Conduct routine acceptance and performance testing. Maintain a clean and organized work environment.

Must have at least five years’ experience working with prototyping, hardware fabrication and assembly with outstanding organization and communication skills. Experience with rotating equipment, electrical/hydraulics is a plus. Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.

Mechanical engineering in technology degree or relevant technical degree or certification as an FAA certified airframe and power plant technician is required.

Highly competitive salary and benefits package. Local candidates are strongly preferred, however, some relocation assistance from within the Continental United States is available. Must be a US Citizen or Green Card holder.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com. #job #techjob #vtjob

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about 2 months ago

#Job Engineering Project Manager - Wilder, VT (with relocation)

We are seeking a hands-on Engineering Project Manager to lead and manage engineering projects from start to finish for our manufacturing company, located near Wilder, VT.

Responsible for providing technical expertise; project, risk and resource management including ensuring the successful delivery of projects within scope, budget, and schedule. Establish and enforce quality standards and implement testing and quality control measures to meet project specifications. Maintain project documentation and conduct project reviews.

Must have strong leadership, problem-solving, communication, and interpersonal skills. Proven experience managing the development of new products in a highly technical environment.

Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related field (Master's degree preferred) and a minimum of three years related work experience. Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is a plus.

Highly competitive salary and benefits package including relocation assistance from within the Continental United States. Must be a US Citizen or Green Card holder.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com. #hiring #turbomachinery #engineeringjob #vermontjob

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about 2 months ago

#Job Commercial Structural Engineering Manager, PE - Portland, ME

We are seeking a motivated, career-oriented Commercial Structural Engineering Manager for a partnership opportunity for our full-service structural engineering consulting firm located near Portland, Maine.

Responsible for leading the commercial building design team and driving practice area goals for the company’s commercial, retail and multi-family residential building practice. This position will be part of the senior management team, working directly with architects, owners and contractors; writing engineering proposals and negotiating contracts; performing structural analysis and design for all aspects of building structures; leading a team of structural engineers, technicians and designers including: drawing and specification production, construction administration, site observations and building assessments. Will also serve as a coach and mentor to junior level engineers and perform independent reviews of drawings and calculations done by others.

Must have outstanding leadership, communication and client relationship skills. Able to managing multiple projects simultaneously and possess experience in the design of steel, wood, masonry and concrete structures. Must be familiar with design codes and standards. Must be proficient with AutoCAD, Revit and structural analysis software (e.g., RAM, Tekla, RISA).

Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering with a concentration in structural engineering is required. Master’s in Civil Engineering is a plus. PE license with the ability to obtain multiple state licenses as required. Minimum of ten plus years of structural engineering design and construction administration experience for commercial building construction in a consulting engineering design firm setting.

Highly competitive salary and outstanding benefits package, including some relocation assistance. Local candidates are strongly preferred. Must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship of any kind now and in the future.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com.

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