Appleton, WI - C3 just announced a hiring drive for experienced Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
“We’re looking for people who have mechanical aptitude in mechanical assembly or electrical assembly." - C3 Careers
The company’s product line includes packaging equipment suited to meet the increased demand for online online bed sales.
Interested? Check out all the employment details today at https://c3ingenuity.com
Hello, unfortunately this opportunity isn't my job-line preference. Best of luck, nonetheless.
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For a young person Yargus is full of opportunity. They will put you in a position to learn or fail in public. Be cautious, they dont provide regular reviews, or raises. Many departments are controlled by an over zellous desire to be the funniest loudest guy in the room. Work ethics give way to social activities, and its tough to keep track. A person learns on there own to be work conscience, or make excuses, typically easy to do because of lack of information.
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Try your chances of getting into the company. Be punctual and focus.... don't think of racism.
I made a mistake while i working, i didn't notice until then i made a mistake.
I graduated with a mechanical engineering degree in May and I'm still finding it hard to find a job. I've had a couple interviews but no success. Any advice for me? Or if you know of a company in Northwest Indiana or Chicago area that is hiring an entry-level mechanical engineer that would be great too.