A career at NSH USA Corporation is a rewarding experience. Our machines support freight and transit railways as well as other manufacturing facilities worldwide, so our employees head home every day knowing that they are part of something significant.
People enjoy working here, as we have numerous employees that have spent decades on the job. It’s a stable work environment that regularly presents new and exciting challenges for our team to master.
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NSH USA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
The Project Engineer is the primary customer technical contact and engineering project lead, driving machine tool and automation projects to satisfy customer specifications.
Manager, Quality and Continuous Improvement
The Manager, Quality & Continuous Improvement works closely with the Director of Manufacturing and other departmental leaders to identify key quality issues (process, output, training, etc.) that require definition and improvement commensurate with the company’s strategy and business objectives.
The Service Engineer position performs all activities associated with installing, servicing, and maintaining a wide range of NSH USA’s precision machine tools and related equipment for railway and other industrial manufacturers as well as training Service Technicians.
The Project Manager is the primary customer contact from a contractual and technical standpoint. This position produces the project schedule, conducting written and verbal communication between NSH USA and the customer and coordinate with internal departments to ensure that the project is on schedule.
The Utility Worker position provides facilities and material support throughout the manufacturing facility, assisting other shop classifications as needed.
The Service Technician performs all activities associated with installing, servicing, and maintaining a wide range of the Company’s state of the art CNC precision machine tools and related equipment for the international railway industry.
The Mechanic position assembles, disassembles, and repairs specialized industrial machinery and related equipment in a machine tool manufacturing setting independently under general supervision.
The Machinist position operates a full range of machine shop equipment including lathes, milling machines, and boring, honing, and surfacing machines independently under general supervision.
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