Today's job postings from Career Opportunities - 05/30/17

Mechanical engineer, bank teller

Here are today's job postings from Career Opportunities...

Job #1 - Mechanical Engineer - Upper Cape Full Time: Seeking a seasoned mid-level Mechanical Engineer to join our growing development team. This position will involve engineering support for existing products, customizing equipment for new applications, and new product development. The desired applicant will possess a strong background in mechanical design as well as a working knowledge of software and electrical disciplines. Be the lead in preparing concepts and detailed electro-mechanical designs for oceanographic instruments and vehicles. Plan and prepare structural analyses using FEA software; and prepare and revise CAD drawings including parts and assemblies. BSME degree from four-year college or university (Master’s Degree Preferred); 5 years related experience and/or training in the mechanical engineering field; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Electro-mechanical system design experience. Advanced SolidWorks design experience and structural analysis (FEA). Ability to obtain Security Clearance. Candidate must be a U.S. Citizen. Salary is $80,000-$105,00 per year depending on experience and full benefits.

Job #2 - Teller - Mid Cape Full Time: Provides consistent world class customer service to internal and external customers which exceeds their expectations. Resolves customer issues with guidance. Promotes, refers and sells bank products and services. Performs within the balancing guidelines, compliance and security procedures. Establishes and maintains the bank way as the singular priority in all activities. 3 months cash handling experience or degree in accounting or finance. Retail or customer service experience preferred. Basic computer knowledge and Windows skills required. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.

If you are interested in one of these positions send your resume to [email protected] and indicate the job that interests you.


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