Help Us Shape the Future of Industry 4.0

Elevate your career with us, where curious minds collaborate to work on projects that define the future of manufacturing. Engage in first-of-its-kind projects for global giants in transportation, aerospace, defense, emerging markets, and beyond. Explore our manufacturing engineering jobs and be part of a team that launches groundbreaking solutions.

Unleash Your Potential in a Culture of Innovation

Embark on a dynamic journey in manufacturing engineering, where you’ll immerse yourself in a fulfilling job where you’ll never be bored or work on the same thing twice. We foster a culture of continuous growth, giving employees an opportunity to explore and learn the various aspects of the business and discover what they do best. Opportunities for advancement are plentiful – in fact, most of our managers started at a staff level.

We actively contribute to the community, allowing employees to engage in volunteer work an a nonprofit of their choice while getting paid. With minimal turnover, we take pride as a workplace where individuals thrive and find career fulfillment.


We provide a comprehensive benefits package, ensuring the well-being and satisfaction of our valued team members.


Remote & Hybrid Work Options

Gain flexibility with remote and hybrid work options, fostering a healthy work-life balance.


Premium Health Insurance

Access premium health insurance providers for comprehensive coverage.


Dental, Vision, Mental Health & Life Insurance

Receive dental, vision, mental health, and life insurance benefits for holistic well-being.


Generous PTO

Enjoy ample time off with our generous PTO policy, allowing staff time to relax and recharge.


401(k) Match

Secure your financial future with a 401(k) match, investing in your long-term success.


Bonus Eligibility

Be recognized for your efforts through bonus eligibility, reflecting your hard work.


Extended Hours & Travel Pay

We value and compensate your dedication to projects that may require additional effort.


Tuition Reimbursement

Invest in your education with our tuition reimbursement program.



Manage healthcare expenses effectively with HSA and FSA options.

Open Positions

Controls Engineer - Custom Solutions

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Location: Plymouth, MI

Position Type: Full-time


At RedViking, we've led the charge in Aerospace, Automotive, Defense, Heavy Equipment, and other dynamic industries for over four decades. Everything we do is custom and project-based. You won’t do the same thing every day. 

  • Design, develop, test, and implement cutting-edge control systems for custom automated manufacturing, test systems, and operational intelligence projects
  • Craft PLC programs from the ground up, and refine existing platforms to optimize performance
  • Engage with stakeholders across all levels, actively participating in team and client meetings to ensure project alignment
  • Identify project requirements, specifications, and timelines to drive successful outcomes
  • Leverage your expertise to guarantee projects meet or surpass expectations   



  • Proficiency in Rockwell and/or Siemens PLC programming, with a keen focus on troubleshooting 
  • Hands-on experience with industrial control/automation systems, including PLCs, HMIs, Servo Motors, and Communication Networks
  • Solid grasp of electrical schematics and drawings to facilitate effective communication within project teams
  • Knowledge of hardware design principles, encompassing panel layout and industrial controls
  • Willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 25%
  • Note: sponsorship is not available for this role due to the nature of work performed within our facilities and ITAR requirements

Controls Project Engineer

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Location: Plymouth, MI

Position Type: Full-time


  • Lead project meetings to define requirements, specifications, and timelines, guiding a diverse team toward success 
  • Develop PLC programs from scratch, alongside debugging and enhancing existing ones, driving efficiency and excellence in automation systems
  • Collaborate with a dynamic group of engineers to ensure the seamless development of intricate systems, fostering creativity and teamwork
  • Engage in team and customer meetings to align on project expectations and deliverables
  • Enjoy the flexibility of a hybrid work schedule, relocation assistance available 



  • 5 + years experience in PLC programming, proficient with Rockwell and/or Siemens platforms
  • Experience with automation/control systems in manufacturing
  • Motion controls experience particularly with various servos and VFDs, a preference for Siemens S120
  • Knowledge of hardware design, including panel layout and industrial controls required
  • Strong grasp of power distribution and industrial networks
  • Exceptional communication skills and a drive to exceed project and client expectations
  • Willingness to travel up to 25%, with additional compensation and perks offered for extensive travel
  • Note: Sponsorship is not available for this role due to the nature of our work and ITAR regulations

Proposal and Costing Engineer

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Location: Plymouth, MI

Position Type: Full-time


Join the RedViking team as a pivotal link between customers, sales, and engineering, providing expert guidance on technical proposals and costing for highly engineered custom manufacturing and capital equipment projects.  

  • Identify vital customer data and specs, and analyze project requirements to gain a thorough understanding of project needs
  • Develop precise cost estimates, integrating materials, labor, and resources
  • Craft compelling proposals that highlight our tailored solutions' technical benefits and advantages
  • Initiate and transfer projects to dedicated teams, ensuring clarity through comprehensive documentation and effective communication
  • Offer technical guidance and oversight to project teams, leveraging detailed technical and financial insights from cost estimates and proposals



  • Technical degree, preferably in Mechanical Engineering (ME) or Electrical Engineering (EE)
  • Senior-level experience in industrial, manufacturing, automation, or capital equipment projects
  • Technical aptitude to articulate manufacturing systems and complex machines conceptually
  • Proficiency in CAD software, particularly SolidWorks, and strong Excel and MS Project skills
  • Excellent communication, time management, and teamwork abilities
  • Willingness to travel domestically and internationally (approximately 10%)
  • Due to ITAR requirements and the nature of work performed within our facilities, sponsorship is not available for this role

Senior Technical Project Manager

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Location: Plymouth, MI

Position Type: Full-time


At RedViking, we've led the charge in Aerospace, Automotive, Defense, Heavy Equipment, and other dynamic industries for over four decades. Everything we do is custom and project-based. You won’t do the same thing every day.  

Under general direction from a Lead, oversees projects, which often require considerable resources and high levels of functional integration. Responsibility for all aspects of the project over the entire project life cycle (Initiate, Plan, Execute, Monitor, Control and Close) must be familiar with the entire projects scope and objectives, as well as the role and function of each team member in order to effectively coordinate the activities of the team. 

Must have working knowledge of all aspects of the financial workbooks for tracking projects including but not limited to Gross Margin, Operating Profit, Backlog, Sales General and Admin Calculations as well as an understating of how to correct broken formulas in Excel, create new formulas in Excel and understand the reporting side of the business from an executive perspective.



  • Bachelor's Degree in engineering or technical discipline, degrees in Business administration will also be considered as long as the applicant has a background in technical design and execution on complex custom equipment
  • Several years of experience in high-technology or advanced capital equipment design, build and installation including scheduling, procurement, manufacturing, testing, and quality 
  • 7-10+ years of experience in project management within a manufacturing environment, PMP certification a plus 
  • Experience in the management and control / development of budgets scopes of work, personnel, scheduling and material resources in complex organizational environments required 
  • Strong influence-management, negotiation, leadership, and assertiveness skills necessary 
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills and the ability to communicate effectively with customers, executive management, project managers and support staff
  • Excellent documentation ability to ensure that all details around a project are understood and agreed upon by project management, contractors, vendors, internal stakeholders, external stakeholders and project champions or anyone else that has a stake and expectation of the program
  • Strong presentation development skills, with an ability to produce high-quality deliverables on all aspects of the project 
  • A working knowledge of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 17025 or equivalent quality standards/procedures is preferred 
  • Experience supervising technical professionals is a must as this person will work very closely with a team of Project Engineers and Staff Engineers as well as manufacturing professionals on a daily basis
  • Ability to travel approximately 20% 
  • Applicants must be U.S. Citizens or U.S. Permanent Residents and/or otherwise comply with ITAR requirements to be considered for this position