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AmTab Manufacturing - Bensenville, IL (20 miles from Aurora, IL)
. * Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering required, a Master's in Mechanical Engineering is preferred....
10 days ago
ProAmpac - Hanover Park, IL (14 miles from Aurora, IL)
To work proactively to design, control and analyze experiments to evaluate changes to current products and developing products for ProAmpac Terrebonne facility. To support, and sometimes lead,...
12 days ago
Aurora, IL
Product Engineer Aurora, IL Full-Time $70,000.00 - $80,000.00 / year Apply Now Create Job Alert. Get similar jobs sent to your email Save Job Details Local Chicago area candidates ONLY please....
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