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Mechanical Engineer -Viking Yachts

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Viking Yacht Company - a leader in luxury yacht manufacturing, has an immediate position available in the New Gretna, New Jersey facility. This challenging position will work within the Manufacturing Engineering Department. 

The candidate must have:

  • B.S.M.E, or the equivalent of 3 - 5 years direct employment experience. 
  • Knowledge in designing mechanical systems in 3D, preferably in Inventor or Solidworks.
  • Prior Marine experience will be given a priority 

Viking offers a state-of-the-art benefits package (Medical, Dental, Prescription, Vision,  Life, LTD, and 401K), as well as a competitive salary.

Please forward a resume w/ salary history to:
Andrew L. Davala, Vice President
Rt 9 “ On the Bass River”
New Gretna, NJ 08224

Or complete an application at:

Viking is an EOE, M/F, ADA, Drug Testing Employer



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