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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:14 AM   #1
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Thank you Granholm!!

For doing so much in helping this state become last in the nation for new job growth. I was just notified my employment will be ending on friday. No work. No job. If anyone knows of a company needing a C.A.D. operator with 8 years experience and knows Unigraphics, Solid Edge, Autocad and most microsoft programs (Excel, Word...etc.) please E-mail me at Bowesmobile@talkamerica.net. I know I'm new here. But hey, every little bit helps.

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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:15 AM   #2
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you should be able to find something with that much CAD experience
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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:18 AM   #3
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Yes, Granholm single handedly sunk the Auto Industry and more importantly all manufacturing jobs in the state . . . I think your giving her a little bit more credit then she deserves.

It's weird that you think the governer has the power to do that . . . o wait she doesn't.

I do remember that time where she ALSO went back in time and SUNK the Titanic :miff:

Edit: Come on, you remember when she morphed into an iceburg. . . . O wait, Iceburgs can't sink boats either, you have to run into them so I guess see didn't skink the titanic. . . . opps . . .
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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:25 AM   #4
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Yes, Granholm single handedly sunk the Auto Industry and more importantly all manufacturing jobs in the state . . . I think your giving her a little bit more credit then she deserves.

It's weird that you think the governer has the power to do that . . . o wait she doesn't.

I do remember that time where she ALSO went back in time and SUNK the Titanic :miff:

Edit: Come on, you remember when she morphed into an iceburg. . . . O wait, Iceburgs can't sink boats either, you have to run into them so I guess see didn't skink the titanic. . . . opps . . .
Its called venting...check into it. This isn't a debate. I believe I said helping in my first post. Meaning there are alot of factors but she played her part. So take it somewhere else CMU. Not in my thread.
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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:27 AM   #5
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Its called venting...check into it. This isn't a debate. I believe I said helping in my first post. Meaning there are alot of factors but she played her part. So take it somewhere else CMU. Not in my thread.
Hey, I understand your pissy and you have the right to be and I would be pissed as well.

I just wish you the best luck in finding a new job :rockout:
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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:28 AM   #6
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For doing so much in helping this state become last in the nation for new job growth. I was just notified my employment will be ending on friday. No work. No job. If anyone knows of a company needing a C.A.D. operator with 8 years experience and knows Unigraphics, Solid Edge, Autocad and most microsoft programs (Excel, Word...etc.) please E-mail me at Bowesmobile@talkamerica.net. I know I'm new here. But hey, every little bit helps.

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7-PWT Transmission Component/Subsystem Design Engineer ENG0003233



(Please read the entire description including the Additional Specific Qualifications & Requirements prior to applying for this position)


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The Transmission Component/Subsystem Design Engineer works with Design Release Engineers to create math models in Unigraphics for automatic transmission design. Responsibilities include interfacing with Synthesis and Analysis Engineers to create computer aided engineering analysis, supporting program deliverables and executing math model designs.



Prepares component technical specifications
Develops, refines and finalizes criteria and typical sections using math data, updates as required
Supports development of subsystem statement of requirements
Supports technical and design reviews
Supports preparation of subsystem technical specifications
Defines interface control document requirements for component parts, negotiates and reaches agreement with interfacing components, and works with others to resolve issues
Performs appropriate component level studies/alternatives, and recommends program direction based on cost, mass, timing, design for assembly, variation and other program imperatives
Supports Product Development team for component parts (e.g. timing, parts list, design for manufacturing)
Defines selected direction using math data (models) and delivers to schedule including complete final math where appropriate
Develops/completes math model in preparation for design completion at required program phases
Supports determination of support requirements (e.g. design and analysis)
Validates designs using analytical tools including finite element, modal, virtual builds and others at component level
Responsible for ensuring complete validation, including establishment of component validation plan
Releases components/subsystems to meet system requirements
Supports engineering activities with other functions (e.g. suppliers, suppliers quality, purchasing) to ensure delivery of product meeting requirements and imperatives
Diagnoses and corrects deficiencies using statistical problem solving and quality control methods, including support of production launch (Problem Resolution and Tracking System)
Assists in planning and implementing test and/or development programs
Stays abreast of new technology
Uses best practices
Familiar with engineering operations, processes, simultaneous imperatives management
Communicates information to and from internal and external customer organizations
Coordinates and consults with departments outside engineering such as manufacturing
Regular contact with others outside the work group
Travels as required






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5 Years Experience in math model generation of designs in Unigraphics (UGNX2/3)
Experience with Team Center (TcAE)
B.S. in Engineering or equivalent training






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Knowledge of Automatic Transmissions
M.S. in Engineering
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Oral and written communication skills
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General interest in product design, particularly automotive
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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:28 AM   #7
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Thanks CMU... I'm sure I will. Just sucks.

Scooter,
I'll take a look at that when I get home. Thanks for the link.

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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:30 AM   #8
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Good luck. I've been looking in that field for some time now and have had no luck. My current job has been slow and I've been laid off a few times this year.
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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:32 AM   #9
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Another one.

You get the idea.

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General Motors Corp. seeks Project/Design Engineers for its Pontiac, MI facility to design systems and subsystems for cylinder heads and blocks.


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B.S. or foreign equivalent in Mech. or Civil Eng., knowledgeable in foundry processes and tooling. Proficiency in Unigraphics is required. Interested candidates should apply online to the 7-Project Engineer — ENG0003265 at www.gm.com/careers. Use the job reference number to conduct a keyword search on our site.

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Old October 25th, 2006, 10:42 AM   #10
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Scooter, I will be all over that!
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Old October 25th, 2006, 11:29 AM   #11
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Yes, Granholm single handedly sunk the Auto Industry and more importantly all manufacturing jobs in the state . . . I think your giving her a little bit more credit then she deserves.
Damn straight. Just like Clinton fixed the US economy with the "changes" he made in 1993.
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Old October 25th, 2006, 11:31 AM   #12
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there are CAD positions all over. You shouldn't have a problem finding a secure job.
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Old October 25th, 2006, 11:54 AM   #13
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there are CAD positions all over. You shouldn't have a problem finding a secure job.
Yeah and they all want PRO-E or Catia V5 it seems. Both of which are programs I dont know yet. I have Resumes out and have been looking for over a month now. I had a feeling this was going to happen. I'm not hopeless, just pissed.
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Old October 25th, 2006, 01:49 PM   #14
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Bowesmobile, where are/were you working at? My Dad is in the same field and was let go from Colins & Aikman a couple weeks ago.
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Old October 25th, 2006, 02:54 PM   #15
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Yes, Granholm single handedly sunk the Auto Industry and more importantly all manufacturing jobs in the state . . . I think your giving her a little bit more credit then she deserves.

It's weird that you think the governer has the power to do that . . . o wait she doesn't.

I do remember that time where she ALSO went back in time and SUNK the Titanic :miff:

Edit: Come on, you remember when she morphed into an iceburg. . . . O wait, Iceburgs can't sink boats either, you have to run into them so I guess see didn't skink the titanic. . . . opps . . .
actually, our outstanding gov's support of the unions (uaw in particular) sunk the manufacturing jobs in this state
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Old October 25th, 2006, 04:25 PM   #16
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Yes, Granholm single handedly sunk the Auto Industry and more importantly all manufacturing jobs in the state . . . I think your giving her a little bit more credit then she deserves.

It's weird that you think the governer has the power to do that . . . o wait she doesn't.
However, seemingly rational people will argue that Dubya singlehandedly invented the world economy and outsourcing, depressed teh U.S. economy, killed the stock market rally, and raised oil prices...

In our system, the executive branch "head of state" (federal, state, or local) are really not that powerful.

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actually, our outstanding gov's support of the unions (uaw in particular) sunk the manufacturing jobs in this state
That's much closer to the truth - although it's more her party collectively than her individually.
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Old October 25th, 2006, 05:24 PM   #17
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Bowesmobile, where are/were you working at? My Dad is in the same field and was let go from Colins & Aikman a couple weeks ago.
HA industries. We make stand alone machine assembly machines for grilles and interiors.

Scooter,
I put in my resume for the first position you listed. Man what a pain. But its worth it in the end, if I get hired.

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Old October 31st, 2006, 01:23 PM   #18
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THAT SUCKS I WAS JUST THERE IN JUNE I GOT CUT (NO WORK ) = (NO PAY)

I AM A CIVIL ENGINEER I HAD A NEW JOB WITH IN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS WITH YOUR BACK-GROUND YOU WILL FIND SOMETHING SOON




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Old October 31st, 2006, 01:39 PM   #19
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Sorry to hear about your misfortune that sux. Yes there are lot's of CAD jobs out there right now but most of which dont pay nearly what they should. I've even seen CAD jobs listed for a starting pay of $9.00 hr.
Hopefully you will find something soon and with good pay as well Best of luck to ya
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Old October 31st, 2006, 01:49 PM   #20
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Try looking in another field. Take this as a oppurtunity to pursue something you would really love to do. I thought it was a horrible thing when my previous company soldout and shut us down. Now I work somewhere with better money and benefits and a retirement plan. Job changes are not always a bad thing, make the most out of it.GOOD LUCK!!
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