Electrical Project Engineer - Outstanding Beneifts

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Company Sizzle points:
A Fortune 500 Company that employs over 1,400 employees
Has been in existence for over 100 years
Companies safety program performance in 2013 was approximately ten times better than the industry average
This particular location has never had a strike/work stoppage
Named one of the best companies to work for by local publication for four straight years

Features and benefits this company offers:
Life Insurance that pays out 24 xs's your monthly base salary for employee along with options for family coverage that starts on your first day of employment.
Voluntary Term Life Insurance and Personal Accident Insurance options are available as well.
Health Insurance within your first week of employment. Dental/Vision are available as well.
Disability Income and generous retirement plan
9 Paid Holidays there is a generous vacation policy
Educational Assistance for employees pursuing additional education.
Scholarships are available to the children of employees
Tremendous opportunities for internal promotion
Matching gift programs for individual donations to eligible charities

Information about the community:
Located around Butler, PA, this community is 35 miles north of Pittsburgh, PA.
Total population is about 14,000 people
The community was named one of the Best 20 Small Towns in America by Smithsonian Magazine
The "Jeep" was originally born in Butler, PA.
Butler School system achieved a ranking of 7/10 for 2013.
Home to Butler Community College

Background Profile:
Strong commitment to safety
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Electrical Engineering (Not Electrical Engineering Tech)
Project Management/Project engineering experience
Willingness to visit plant floor - can by hot, loud, dirty, etc. Must be willing to get "hands on" at times. This is not purely a desk job.
Strong communication skills to provide direction and present projects for formal authorization and correspond with vendors, etc.
Ability to multi-task and remain productive with minimal supervision.

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