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    Thought I might do a little networking on here for anyone that may be looking for a great opportunity or knows someone. Can't go into details publicly but this is one of those once in a career opportunities. Kansas City area.

    I am looking for a mechanical engineer that has extensive machine design and building experience. If you, or you know someone like that who wants a new opportunity let me know.

    FYI, owner of company is a Nautique guy and I have a Mastercraft and we still get along. LOL

    Ron Grover, teamplayer@aol.com
    Last edited by Ron Grover; 05-02-2013, 03:53 PM.
    MasterCraft...not just a boat...a lifestyle

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    Awesome job reaching out to a fellow boater. I know a few unhappy mechanical engineers, but doubt any are willing to relocate. Best of luck!

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    • #3
      online networking, I like it!!! Are you looking for a registered PE, degreed ME, very experienced mechanical designer (functioning at senior ME level, but without paper on the wall)??? I might know several of each, just not sure if willing to relocate...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ron Grover View Post
        FYI, owner of company is a Nautique guy and I have a Mastercraft and we still get alone. LOL

        Ron Grover, teamplayer@aol.com
        Don't think I want to "work" with the two of you.......
        Being on the water is best, but when I'm not on the water I'm on TT.

        2002 X Star
        Sold - 76 S&S

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ron Grover View Post
          Thought I might do a little networking on here for anyone that may be looking for a great opportunity or knows someone. Can't go into details publicly but this is one of those once in a career opportunities. Kansas City area.

          I am looking for a mechanical engineer that has extensive machine design and building experience. If you, or you know someone like that who wants a new opportunity let me know.

          FYI, owner of company is a Nautique guy and I have a Mastercraft and we still get alone. LOL

          Ron Grover, teamplayer@aol.com
          we don't judge here and that's stuff you can keep to yourself...
          sigpic...A bad day water skiing still beats a good day at work...1995 Pro Star 205....

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          • #6
            Interesting....I just took a Sr. Manufacturing Eng job with Microsoft.........start in a couple of weeks.

            My new boss is a boater with a Bayliner but I introduced him to my X2.
            Manufacturing manager is a Bu owner, we all hit it off cuz we are boat enthusiasts.
            MISS "B" HAVEN
            2007 X2, Indmar 350 MCX
            OJ 522 14.75 x 15.5
            2006 F150 SCrew Puller
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            • #7
              Originally posted by pmkkdx View Post
              online networking, I like it!!! Are you looking for a registered PE, degreed ME, very experienced mechanical designer (functioning at senior ME level, but without paper on the wall)??? I might know several of each, just not sure if willing to relocate...
              I am looking for a degreed ME with experience in machine design and building.
              MasterCraft...not just a boat...a lifestyle

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              • #8
                My Uncle Does Work All Over The United States. Hes In Alabama Now, Used To Own A 1969 Nautique And Was The Vice President Of Engineering At Quik Crete Corporation. He Designs The Machinery That Mixes, Dries, Conveys And Packages The Quikcrete Bags Of Concrete. He Designs The Quikcrete Plants All Over The U.s.

                He Retired From Quikcrete And Works For Him Self Now.

                Let Me Know If You Want His Number.

                Thanks!
                Jay

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by O2BESOHUGE View Post
                  My Uncle Does Work All Over The United States. Hes In Alabama Now, Used To Own A 1969 Nautique And Was The Vice President Of Engineering At Quik Crete Corporation. He Designs The Machinery That Mixes, Dries, Conveys And Packages The Quikcrete Bags Of Concrete. He Designs The Quikcrete Plants All Over The U.s.

                  He Retired From Quikcrete And Works For Him Self Now.

                  Let Me Know If You Want His Number.

                  Thanks!
                  Jay
                  Is He Also Aware That It Is Proper To Capitalize The First Letter In Every Word That He Types?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TRBenj View Post
                    Is He Also Aware That It Is Proper To Capitalize The First Letter In Every Word That He Types?
                    he wants the letters to be huge...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ron Grover View Post
                      Thought I might do a little networking on here for anyone that may be looking for a great opportunity or knows someone. Can't go into details publicly but this is one of those once in a career opportunities. Kansas City area.

                      I am looking for a mechanical engineer that has extensive machine design and building experience. If you, or you know someone like that who wants a new opportunity let me know.

                      FYI, owner of company is a Nautique guy and I have a Mastercraft and we still get along. LOL

                      Ron Grover, teamplayer@aol.com
                      I'm not a mechanical engineer so I clearly wouldn't qualify for that position, but if your company ever has a hole to fill for a young, motivated, and hard working individual with a business oriented degree (economics), keep me in mind. I'm in banking at the moment and hate it. I'm a very mechanically inclined person, and my mind is one that learns with hands on experience. I'm also in the KC area, and would love to get into a company that has more of a manufacturing side to it.
                      -Mike

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by mzimme View Post
                        I'm not a mechanical engineer so I clearly wouldn't qualify for that position, but if your company ever has a hole to fill for a young, motivated, and hard working individual with a business oriented degree (economics), keep me in mind. I'm in banking at the moment and hate it. I'm a very mechanically inclined person, and my mind is one that learns with hands on experience. I'm also in the KC area, and would love to get into a company that has more of a manufacturing side to it.
                        and you stayed at a holiday in last night...
                        sigpic...A bad day water skiing still beats a good day at work...1995 Pro Star 205....

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by mikeg205 View Post
                          and you stayed at a holiday in last night...
                          Holiday Inn Express to be specific
                          -Mike

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                          • #14
                            Its Weird...i Have Caps Lock On For Autocad During The Day As I Draw...and It Makes The First Letter Capitalized

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