Project Engineer Liaison– Linchpin Impact

Sometimes performers get buried in the background in a manufacturing environment. Not in our company – we are seeking a top-notch Project Engineer Liaison who can play a pivotal role by improving manufacturing success and creating raving fans of our customers.

Do you feel you could have a much greater impact on day to day business? Are you being leveraged to your fullest capability? Do you feel a little underwhelmed by the challenges your company is putting in front of you?

At Diverse Optics, we manufacture ultra-precision (millionths of an inch tolerances) polymer optics. We are one of the best known and most respected companies in our unique space. Our products enable the convergence of optics and electronics driving technological innovations at the heart of rising applications in aerospace, defense, AR/VR, illumination, HUD navigation, and minimally-invasive surgical tools.

What’s a linchpin? A linchpin is one of those pivotal roles that influence a wide variety of activities and functions in a company – and has a very high impact and leverage on improving results. Do you want to be in a linchpin role – the kind of role that allows your career to explode forward?

What kind of impact are we seeking from a top-notch Project Engineer Liaison in a linchpin role?

You will improve our estimating capability with the sales team for new business. You will develop and/or improve new and existing processes to improve quality and reduce cost. You will work with our supply chain vendors to improve their manufacturing processes and quality. You will be in the pivotal role of helping us transition products from development to production. You will create raving fans with customers in specifications and applications development.

Our ideal candidate will most likely have a degree in Mechanical or Optical Engineering. You most likely have at least six years of experience working in a Project Engineering Liaison role. Your track record is outstanding, filled with accomplishments around improving manufacturing processes, metrics, and customer satisfaction with custom products. If you have experience with optics and photonics – it would be a huge plus – but not a requirement. We are more interested in your achievements in improving manufacturing success and working with customers.

Layered on top of this opportunity to play a pivotal role in our future success, Diverse Optics is a great place to work. Do not take our word for it – check out some of the comments of our employees:

• “First and foremost it’s my co-workers on and off the floor. I like working at Diverse Optics because it’s a company that’s never satisfied. We always push to be the best at custom optics and take on jobs that most companies wouldn’t risk taking.”
• “I love the challenges of meeting new goals, making the customer happy, and hitting numbers.”
• “I like the direction the company is going and I want to be part of it. “
• “A different challenge every day”
• “Supportive coworkers, willing to help you out”

If you could imagine yourself as being in a key manufacturing role that has a linchpin impact, enjoying the company, culture, and your fellow employees; send us a copy of your resume along with a half-page write-up highlighting a few of your most significant successes in improving manufacturing processes and capabilities. Or apply online.