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Robotics Developer
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re: Where are all the Pro E Senior Design Engineers?
Robotics Developer   2/26/2013 2:10:12 AM
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So if my math is correct you are looking for a Senior Design Engineer with around 5 years for Pro E experience. While I have not used Pro E I can't imagine why any other CAD tool experience with some experience with Pro E would not work just fine. Most of the mech Es that I know have used 3 or 4 different CAD tool platforms over their careers, once you know a CAD tool it is not hard to pick up another tool and be productive. Just wondering why the 5 year setpoint...

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Where are all the Pro E Senior Design Engineers?
Sallyjo02   2/25/2013 6:52:58 PM
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I am a Recruiter seeking a Senior Design Engineer with about 10,000 + hours of Pro E. Only Pro E. nothing else. AutoCad for my client in Watertown, WI. Who knows where I can find them?



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