Date Company Name Description Posted 1. Position Summary: (Overall purpose of this position) Designs and monitors steel making processes. 2. Departmental Expectations of Employee: Adheres to Republic’s Policies and Procedures. Drives for results and success. Inspires a sense of urgency in responding to opportunities and issues. Position Title: Process Metallurgist Champions Republic’s Core Competencies and instills the same in others. Department: Business Development Challenges the status quo and champions continuous improvement. & Technical Services Works to achieve standards of excellence with our customers, work processes and Division: Canton outcomes. Produces and delivers quality results. Report To:Director, Quality Assurance Presents positive solutions to organizational challenges. Maintains a positive and respectful attitude. Communicates regularly with Vice President about Plant, Department / Organizational issues. Demonstrates flexible and efficient time management and has the ability to prioritize workload. Meets productivity, quality, efficiency, and continuous improvement standards. 3/24/2011 Consistently works in a manner that demonstrates commitment to safe working practices and good housekeeping (5S) within the work area. Uses Six Sigma and BCR practices for activities and problem solving. 3. Essential duties and responsibilities which must be performed in order to carry out the position purpose summarized above: (The following description is a general representation of the key duties and responsibilities of this position. Other duties may be assigned, as required.) Reviews daily production schedule; compiles and distributes reports weekly and monthly. Addresses any problems. Updates SOPs and develops SOPs for new products. Creates temporary SOPs to circumvent equipment problems. Serves as backup to Chemical Lab. Serves as backup to other Process Metallurgist. Trains employees (salaried and hourly) on processes. Identifies opportunities for continuous improvement and cost reduction. Conducts internal audits. Tracks steel identity. Assures conformance to all quality standards; assist with implementation of quality management systems (TS 16949). Writes scrap memos and maintains database. Monitors yields; conducts yield analysis; works closely with operations to resolve problems. Evaluates compliance of actual steelmaking practice to SOP. Scraps non-compliant product. Meets with customers and suppliers as required. Conducts claims investigations; develops corrective actions; meets with customers to address significant issues. Develops powders, refractories, etc. for casting process. Develops “intermix” procedure; maintain database. Assures compliance with all company policies. Qualifications: 4A. Specific knowledge, training, or skills required to perform the duties of this position. Specific concepts, courses, training programs or required certifications: (To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.) In-depth understanding of metallurgy and chemistry typically acquired through training at the bachelor degree level. Thorough knowledge of primary steel making. Advanced math skills including statistics. Computer skills: Access, word processing, spreadsheets, data analysis and administration; email and internet. In-depth interpersonal skills: ability to relate to all types of people; demonstrated trust and integrity. Written and oral communication skills; technical report writing skills. Understanding of quality management systems. Knowledge of OSHA and EPA regulations. Decision making skills. Customer service skills. 4B. Essential Physical Demands and Working Environment: (The physical demands and work environment described below is representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.) Ability to see, communicate, hear and utilize electronic communication devices. Very demanding position: long hours, standing, walking, stooping, and climbing; requires physical agility and dexterity. Stressful work environment. Plant working conditions: hazardous, dirty and subject to weather and temperature extremes. Ability to travel. 4C. Previous experience that is necessary background to qualify for this position: Knowledge of integrated steel making process. Related laboratory and testing experience. Seeking a Metallurgist with 1 to 3 years experience in product and/or extractive metallurgy and refinery operations. Primary responsibility will be to optimize refinery treatment times and efficiency. Other responsibilities include tracking reagent usage, optimizing alloying material usage, and developing and reviewing daily performance schedules for refinery operations. The Doe Run Company This position is located in Boss, Missouri. Competitive salary is commensurate with firstname.lastname@example.org experience. The Doe Run Company offers an excellent bonus and benefits package. 3/18/2011 Please send resume to email@example.com referencing job RRD101210-1. Job# RRD101210-1 A BS degree in Metallurgical Engineering is required. Knowledge of blending techniques and experience with mass balances is a strong plus. Supervisory experience and documentation experience is required. Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is a must. Ceramic/Materials Engineer-00154119 The Kansas City Plant is a U. S. Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration facility managed and operated by Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies (FM&T). Our primary business is to manufacture sophisticated mechanical, electronic and engineered-material components for our nation's defense system. Our goal is to seek innovative solutions that surpass our customers' expectations. To accomplish this, we research, develop and deploy some of the most advanced design and manufacturing technologies in use in the United States today. All positions at FM&T require U.S. citizenship and ability to obtain and maintain a government security clearance. Honeywell FM&T is on the leading edge of supplying engineering and manufacturing expertise for our nation's defense and national security. This highly visible role will provide you with an opportunity to showcase your technical background and experience. SUMMARY This position will support ceramic project activities including new and existing projects at KCP and at vendors. The position will also assist with preparation for the move of our ceramic operations from our existing facility to our new location. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Work in a team environment with design engineers, purchased product engineers and vendors to assure proper materials selection and manufacturing capability of glass or ceramic related components HONEYWELL Monitor ceramic production, address and troubleshoot issues as they arise at both KCP and at vendors Ceramic/Materials Engineer- Perform trend and statistical analysis of ceramic data, develop process improvements as necessary 00154119 2/3/2011 Work with outsourced testing and internal laboratory testing processes to ensure product quality Troubleshoot issues and product failures as they arise www.honeywell.com Conduct research of historical data of materials and parts if needed Perform updates and/or maintenance to existing factory instructions and specifications Prepare ACOs (advance change orders), specification changes and/or part number changes Adhere to factory instruction standards as defined in Command Media Interact with other parties such as Production Control, Quality Engineering, Inspection, Product Engineering and Operations Manage projects as assigned Manage scope, spending, schedules and resources, Generate Cost Price Estimates (CPEs), risk assessments and tracking against cost and schedule requirements Maintain and generate project files in the format and manner as required including IFMS, project tracking, quad charts Generate and maintain project plans, monitor baseline changes and revise project task agreements Create and maintain quality documentation required for product acceptance Perform other duties as required Conduct activities in a safe and healthy manner and work in accordance with established ES&H requirements to ensure the protection of associates, the public and the environment Take actions necessary to stop work when an unsafe condition or action is identified Qualifications BASIC QUALIFICATIONS US Citizenship (Capable of obtaining and maintaining a government security clearance) Bachelors Degree in Ceramic or Materials Engineering from an ABET accredited university At least one year of experience (internship is acceptable) Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint required ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS Masters degree in Materials or Ceramics a plus Knowledge of optical materials a plus Manufacturing background preferred Ability to work in a hands-on manufacturing environment Effective verbal and written communication skills Proven ability in decision making and organization, planning and problem solving skills PeopleSoft query skills desirable Previous experience or training in general business operations Willing to travel up to 10% As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Honeywell is committed to a diverse workforce. Reviews and tests for the absence of any illegal drug as defined in 10 CFR 707.4 will be conducted by Honeywell FM&T. In addition, a background investigation by the Federal government will be required to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and subsequent reinvestigations will be required. If the position is covered by the Counterintelligence Evaluation Program regulations at 10 CFR 709, successful completion of a counterintelligence evaluation may include a counterintelligence-scope polygraph examination Job: Engineering Primary Location: USA-MO-Kansas City Organization: 0280 - Fed Mfg&Tec Kansas Cty Recruiter: Kevin Hogan Hiring Manager: Natalie Elder Relocation Tier: Tier 2 Security Clearance: US - DOE Q Clearance Aviation Authority (FAA for US): N Site Locations: MO16-USA-MO-2000 E 95th St SBG: AERO Band: 03 Metallurgical Engineer-00154118 The Kansas City Plant is a U. S. Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration facility managed and operated by Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies (FM&T). Our primary business is to manufacture sophisticated mechanical, electronic and engineered-material components for our nation's defense system. Our goal is to seek innovative solutions that surpass our customers' expectations. To accomplish this, we research, develop and deploy some of the most advanced design and manufacturing technologies in use in the United States today. All positions at FM&T require U.S. HONEYWELL citizenship and ability to obtain and maintain a government security clearance. Metallurgical Engineer-00154118 Honeywell FM&T is on the leading edge of supplying engineering and manufacturing expertise for our nation's defense and national security. This highly visible role will provide you with an opportunity to showcase your technical background and 2/3/11 experience. www.honeywell.com SUMMARY This position will support KCP forgings, steel and castings activities including new and existing projects. The position will also assist with preparation for the move of our forging and steel operations from our existing facility to our new location. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Design and fabricate forgings and castings per drawing requirements Monitor production forgings in receiving and inspection, address and troubleshoot issues as they arise Maintain forging storage room inventory in the lab and decrease inventory in preparation for the move to the new facility Ensure appropriate steel inventories are in place for plant usage Monitor inventory of steel both internally and at suppliers Perform trend and statistical analysis of steel and forgings data, such as steel chemistry and forgings strength Work with outsourced testing and internal laboratory testing processes to ensure product quality Troubleshoot issues and product failures as they arise Conduct research of historical data of materials and parts if needed Perform updates and/or maintenance to existing factory instructions and specifications Prepare ACOs (advance change orders), specification changes and/or part number changes Adhere to factory instruction standards as defined in Command Media Interact with other parties such as Production Control, Quality Engineering, Inspection, Product Engineering and Operations Manage projects as assigned Manage scope, spending, schedules and resources, Generate Cost Price Estimates (CPEs), risk assessments and tracking against cost and schedule requirements Maintain and generate project files in the format and manner as required including IFMS, project tracking, quad charts Generate and maintain project plans, monitor baseline changes and revise project task agreements Create and maintain quality documentation required for product acceptance Perform other duties as required Conduct activities in a safe and healthy manner and work in accordance with established ES&H requirements to ensure the protection of associates, the public and the environment Take actions necessary to stop work when an unsafe condition or action is identified Qualifications BASIC QUALIFICATIONS US Citizenship (Capable of obtaining and maintaining a government security clearance) Bachelors Degree in Metallurgical Engineering from an ABET accredited university At least one year of experience (internship is acceptable) Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint required ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS Effective verbal and written communication skills Proven ability in decision making and organization, planning and problem solving skills Previous experience in castings, forgings or material testing and troubleshooting desirable PeopleSoft query skills and knowledge of Microsoft Access desirable Previous experience or training in general business operations Manufacturing experience preferred Experience in engineering related administrative activities such as configuration management, financial reporting, product testing procedures & data entry preferred Willing to travel up to 10% As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Honeywell is committed to a diverse workforce. Reviews and tests for the absence of any illegal drug as defined in 10 CFR 707.4 will be conducted by Honeywell FM&T. In addition, a background investigation by the Federal government will be required to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and subsequent reinvestigations will be required. If the position is covered by the Counterintelligence Evaluation Program regulations at 10 CFR 709, successful completion of a counterintelligence evaluation may include a counterintelligence-scope polygraph examination Job: Engineering Primary Location: USA-MO-Kansas City Organization: 0280 - Fed Mfg&Tec Kansas Cty Recruiter: Kevin Hogan Hiring Manager: Natalie Elder Relocation Tier: Tier 2 Security Clearance: US - DOE Q Clearance Aviation Authority (FAA for US): N Site Locations: MO16-USA-MO-2000 E 95th St SBG: AERO Band: 03 CASTING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEER Stork Climax Research Services (CRS) in Wixom, MI is a full-service company that provides metallurgical engineering and testing services. The Stork CRS engineering staff has consulting experts in ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy, casting, welding, electrical engineering, failure analysis and expert witnessing. Our engineering experts analyze and solve problems in all grades of cast iron, aluminum, magnesium, steel and copper alloys. We conduct failure analyses, research, educational courses, defect analyses, and consult on process development for aerospace, medical, automotive and energy companies and suppliers. Stork CRS has testing capabilities and expert personnel who perform metallography, chemical analysis, mechanical and fatigue testing, weld analysis, corrosion testing, and wear testing. Stork CRS is an operating unit of Stork Materials Technology, which offers a broad range of engineering and testing services at 31 laboratories located throughout the United States and Europe. We have an opening for a full-time Casting and Metallurgical Engineer. He/she will be based at our Wixom, MI office and will report to the Engineering Manager. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Stork CRS is looking for an energetic and self-starter engineer who can help service our cast metals failure analysis and evaluation business. While doing this you will be part of a professional team of engineers and technicians. In this role, the engineer will: • Discuss prospective work with clients to evaluate their needs, develop and recommend Stork Climax Research Services test plans, and solve customer casting problems. Attn. Dr. John M. Tartaglia • Perform failure analysis and other metallurgical investigations, including defect analysis 51229 Century Court 1/14/2011 and mechanical testing database studies. Wixom, MI 48393 • Address current customer needs in a wide variety of casting alloys including gray cast John.Tartaglia@us.stork.com iron, ductile/nodular cast iron, compact graphite cast irons, white iron, carbon/alloy/stainless steel, aluminum alloy (especially 3XX series), magnesium alloy (especially AM and AZ series), copper/bronze/brass, nickel, and/or cobalt castings. • Prepare written proposals, schedule tests, analyze test results, prepare high-quality reports and submit invoices. Reports are our product and constitute a critical part of this job. • Operate scanning electron microscope, energy dispersive spectroscopy system, and digital optical stereomicroscope. • Establish and maintain client contact for the purposes of market/account development, understanding customers’ needs, building personal relationships, ensuring satisfaction, and maintaining a professional consulting image. • Work with sales staff to identify and develop new sales opportunities. Page 2 of 2 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Master's degree in Metallurgical, Casting or Materials Engineering, with a graduate thesis in a casting-related subject matter, is the educational requirement. Industrial, failure analysis, casting, consulting, or testing experience is required to succeed in this position. One example of industrial experience is spending one or more cooperative education assignments in foundries or in industries that consume cast metals in their products. Well-developed oral and written communication skills are essential to interact with Stork personnel and client contacts. Other beneficial attributes are: • Active membership and participation in American Foundry Society (AFS) and ASM International with national, local or student chapter activities. • A degree from a Foundry Education Foundation (FEF) school and advisor, and • Operational experience with a scanning electron microscope and energy dispersive spectroscopy system. Stork CRS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NOTE: This position requires access to export-controlled commodities, technical data, technology, software, and services. U.S. citizenship, U.S. legal permanent resident status, protected person status under 8 U.S.C. § 1324b(a)(3), or U.S. Government export authorization is required. Any offer of employment is contingent upon the employer obtaining the necessary export authorization, including, if required, an export license from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security, the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Defense Trade Controls, or other applicable government agency. Please submit your resume along with cover letter (including salary history and requirements), academic transcript, and a technical writing sample to the address below. All inquiries will be handled in a confidential manner. Ceramic Engineer Join a team where our materials expertise and custom engineering allow you to make a measurable difference! Enjoy working with cutting-edge technology at an exciting company with 100 years in business. At CoorsTek we change our world by providing industry with break-through solutions for an amazing variety of engineered parts and integrated systems made from ceramics, metals, and plastics. As a Ceramic Engineer at CoorsTek, you are responsible for designing machinery, developing processing techniques and conducting research related to the manufacture of ceramic products. This position will be located in Benton, Arkansas. Day to day duties include: Develops heat-resistant and corrosion-resistant materials for use in aerospace, automotive, defense, electronics, energy, and semiconductor fields Tests physical, chemical, and heat-resisting properties of materials, such as clay and silica Analyzes test results to optimize material capabilities Researches methods of processing, forming, and firing of materials to develop new ceramic 1/13/2011 products Visit our website at http://www.coorstek.com Designs equipment and apparatus for forming, firing, and handling products Tests finished products for characteristics such as texture, color, durability, glazing, and refractory properties Education/Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Ceramic or Materials Science Engineering required 2 years work experience preferred Experience with vacuum furnaces strongly preferred CoorsTek offers excellent benefits: medical/dental/vision insurance, 401K, life insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, PTO, and much more! Enjoy a casual, yet professional working environment. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Pre-employment drug screen and background check required. Job title: Glass Technology Engineer Corning, Inc Job number: 164559 10/11/10 Glass Technology Engineer Day to Day Responsibilities: Job number: 164559 •Lead day to day decision making for batch recipes http://www.corning.com/careers/current_ •Ensure best glass technology practices are communicated and evaluated and implemented as standard opportunities/us_en.aspx procedures; linkage to division glass technology •Create / implement control strategies for glass composition •Execute measurements plan to include ongoing glass measurements and equipment accuracy and reliability •Use engineering principles and data to lead troubleshooting for operational issues related to glass technology and raw materials •Supervise technicians that execute measurements and recipe management •Support / lead experiments with raw materials and glass compositions •Interface with internal customers, Quality, Supply Chain, Mixing, Melting, and Forming for production, including new or modified raw materials, raw material processes, and technology •Management of incoming raw material quality including participating in auditing of suppliers •Use KT, risk assessment, DMAIC, Innovation, and other tools to deliver results •Track and report on critical quality metrics. Projects involved with: Process engineering, laboratory analyses, technical management of glass trials and raw materials Role within group: Team or Individual: Team based environment. Local and global work groups with activity in Taiwan, Japan, United States, and Korea. Size of Department: Currently there are 3 people in Glass Technology Group in addition to Mixing Department of 2 additional people. Required Skills 1.B.S. in Engineering discipline – ceramic or chemical preferred 2.Glass manufacturing experience 3.Solid analytical and problem solving skills 4.Methodical, data-based decision-making skills with the ability to use this data in proactively finding solutions 5.Understanding of basic statistical and data analysis concepts and their application in manufacturing 6.Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) Desired Skills 1.Technical curiosity 2.Strong process management skills, such as rigorous application of documented procedures 3.Lab equipment experience such as XRF, ICP, IOX, etc. 4.Ability to multitask in a rapid change environment 5.Experience with Six Sigma DMAIC principles 6.Formal K-T problem solving leadership skills 7.Environmental hazard awareness with respect to raw materials and glasses Soft Skills (Communication/Team/Leadership) 1.Strong verbal and written communication skills 2.Ability to interface in a multicultural work environment 3.Flexibility 4.Open and engaging – able to interface effectively with others Job Selling Point (Attention Grabber) Opportunity to be involved in early stage glass developments for the company Hours of work/work schedule/flex-time: •Typical minimum work schedule is M-F, 7-5 •The plant has eight weekend teams that rotate coverage (six or seven weekends per year, including one major holiday or one to two minor holidays) •Occasional weekend support for developments Travel Requirements: (Please note if international) Domestic Travel and International Travel are not common, but can occur in this job (<10%). For further information or to apply on-line, visit the Corning website at: http://www.corning.com/careers/current_opportunities/us_en.aspx Kurion Inc is setting up an R&D facility in the Hy Point Industrial Park. They will be investigating the induction melting of borosilicate and iron phosphate glasses as part of larger project concerned with the vitrification of nuclear waste. The work will involve the planning and analysis of experiments, operating induction melting units, writing Kurion Inc. reports and other engineering responsibilities. The intent is to hire 2-4 persons with training and experience in materials science, ceramic Send Resume to: engineering, metallurgical engineering, chemical engineering or 10/11/10 Ealexander@mo-sci.com mechanical engineering as well as engineering technicians. Full and Include 3 References part time positions for persons with BS to PhD are expected to be available starting early November 2010.. Persons in interested in such positions should submit a electronic copy of their resume to Ealexander@mo-sci.com. Include names of 3 references. Glass Coatings & Concepts LLC Glass Coatings & Concepts LLC has an exciting and challenging opportunity for Glass Scientist a Glass Scientist at our Monroe, Ohio site. We (GCC) offer a dynamic work environment, a competitive compensation & benefits package, and opportunity Submit Resumes to for professional growth. GCCHR@gcconcepts.com Description: This fast growing manufacturing facility has a challenging opportunity for a motivated individual to play an important role in their Research & Development Department as a Glass Scientist. Duties include the planning and implementation of a technical program for the design, formulation, testing, characterization, processing and control of glasses used in glass enamels and coatings. Assist in process engineering of same. Provide technical support for customers, including onsite 9/9/2010 at customer facilities. Assist in portfolio management. Assist members of the technical team with shared duties and projects. Ongoing process development and improvement relative to procedures, testing, training and product knowledge as it pertains to all technical functions. Requirements: Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor's or graduate degree in Glass Science or a related field, with experience formulating glasses. Must be authorized to work in the United States and must consent to a pre-employment physical/drug screen and background check. An EEO employer. Applicants should submit a resume to GCCHR@gcconcepts.com. 9/8/2010 Basic Functions: Nucor Steel-Hertford County is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Metallurgist. Principal duties of the successful candidate will include participating in safety and housekeeping efforts, helping with process and product development, leading quality improvement efforts, leading training personnel efforts, utilizing statistical process control tools to direct continuous improvement activities, and working closely with operation and maintenance teams to ensure continuous improvements. Minimum Qualifications: 1. Bachelor Degree in Engineering from an accredited university 2. Must be willing to work anywhere in the mill Selection Criteria: 1. Demonstrated commitment to safety/housekeeping 2. Strong written and verbal communication skills 3. Positive Attitude 4. Strong commitment to quality, profitability and continuous improvement. 5. Leadership skills – exhibit good judgment/decision making, highly motivated Position: Metallurgist 6. Excellent interpersonal skills – team builder – team player Send resumes to Chrissy Hughson 7. Ability to grow within the company firstname.lastname@example.org Preferences: 1. Bachelor Degree in Materials or Metallurgical Engineering from an accredited university 2. Experience with melting, casting, heat treating, hot rolling, plate rolling and reheating 3. Advanced problem solving ability 4. Shown ability to initiate programs 5. Proven ability to utilize analytical/statistical tools Salary + ROA Bonus Interested individuals should forward a resume or completed Job Posting Application to Chrissy Hughson email@example.com by September 15th, 2010. 8/25/2010 Corning is the world leader in specialty glass and ceramics. We create and make keystone components that enable high- technology systems for consumer electronics, mobile emissions control, telecommunications and life sciences. Corning succeeds through sustained investment in R&D, over 150 years of materials science and process engineering knowledge, and a distinctive collaborative culture. Our products include glass substrates for LCD flat panel televisions, computer monitors and laptops; ceramic substrates and filters for mobile emission control systems; optical fiber, cable, hardware & equipment for telephone and internet communication networks; optical biosensors for drug discovery; and other advanced optics and specialty glass solutions for a number of industries including semiconductor, aerospace, defense, astronomy and metrology. To know more about Corning, please visit us at www.corning.com Corning Display Technologies is a worldwide leader in glass substrates for active matrix liquid crystal displays (LCDs), also known as thin film transistor liquid crystal displays (TFT-LCDs). Our premium-quality substrates are used in notebook computers, flat- panel desktop monitors, LCD televisions, and portable electronic and communications devices To know more about Corning Display Technologies worldwide, please visit us at: http://www.corning.com/products_services/display_technologies.aspx Day to Day Responsibilities: Melting and Delivery system process development and engineering. Lead all activity related to achieving process objectives. Corning Inc Worldwide manufacturing support. Provide third level troubleshooting for operational issues. Melting Process Engineer Day to Day Responsibilities: Harrodsburg, KY Reference Number: 163857 Melting and Delivery system process development and engineering. Lead all activity related to achieving process objectives. www.corning.com Worldwide manufacturing support. Provide third level troubleshooting for operational issues. Technical analysis of melting and delivery processes. Application of analytical results to improving processes and meeting customer requirements. Interface with Research and Development for production trials of new products, processes, and technology. Interface with Plant Engineering to facilitate the introduction of new processes, products, and technology into manufacturing. Design and implementation of process experiments. Worldwide Migration of new Processes, Products, and Technologies within Display division Melting Optimization portfolio - Manage projects with worldwide impact on melting process. Develop new technology to improve melting operations. New technology includes operational practices, raw materials, and process design. Support manufacturing startups and expansions worldwide. Support equipment repair activities as required worldwide. Travel requirements: 30 – 40% international Projects involved with: Process Excellence - Six Sigma. Technology deployment and migration. Team or Individual: Team operating and engineering environment Qualifications *B.S. in Engineering discipline. *Strong technical skills. *Statistical analysis and application of statistical tools for process control and management. * Expect 50 hours per week on average *Computing environment skills. *Manufacturing experience. Desired Skills *Chemical or Ceramic Engineering degree. *M.S. in Engineering discipline. *Multi-lingual. *Strong Process Engineering Experience *Glass making experience, preferably with melting experience Soft Skills: *Strong interpersonal skills. *Strong leadership and decision-making skills. *Strong process management skills. *Strong project management skills. *Effective at communicating across varying payroll levels. *Ability to listen to and gain process understanding from supervisors, peers, and operators. 08/03/10 1 | SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS: Responsible for performing a variety of duties mainly for the foundry. 2 | MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Schedule and perform process activities associated with acid melting procedures for a steel foundry. - Assuring proper chemistry to meet specific specifications - Manage approximately five employees - Interested candidate would be assisted by in-house metallurgist until comfortable with procedures. SPI/Mobile Pulley Works, Inc. 3 | ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS: Reports directly to the Foundry Manager. Metallurgis / Melt Supervisor Proficient in MS Office Applications such as Word, Excel, among others. Richard Lauber Familiar with spectrometer and carbon analyzer and other related equipment PO Box 50010 Will be required to prepare business correspondences. Mobile, Alabama 36605 Excellent in the English language. Hr103@spimpw.com Fax: (251) 653-0668 Superior Technical 02/10/10 DEFINITION: Under direction, performs the most technically materials engineering duties such as; coordinating and development of new advanced ceramics materials, handling body preparation department, materials testing per ASTM Ceramics standards, hands on attitude, implementation of DOE for material design and problem solving. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Perform multiple task in the development of various forming Materials Engineer processes such as extrusion, spray drying, injection molding and slip /pressure casting. This position may be assisted by and/or supervise other technicians. DUTIES: Materials development: Coordinate and oversee development advanced ceramic materials. Write detailed reports and presentations to the upper management. Work with body prep to refine and streamline body formulations that meet production requirements. Material testing: Prepares detailed plans for ASTM testing of STC’s existing materials and new materials. Transfer new technology to manufacturing: Oversees technology transfer to manufacturing with respect to SOP and WI with properly orchestrated procedures for smooth transfer. Design: Be able to read and understand CAD drawings and interpret them with respect to ceramics properties. Use DOE principles in defining the design. REQUIREMENTS: BS in Materials engineering/ Mechanical engineering. Minimum of three years experience required or MS. Ability to: work independently; perform complex materials engineering read and interpret engineering plans and specifications; conduct technical research; collect and analyze data; prepare clear and concise reports. Cummins Incorporated 01/27/10 Key Responsibility Design, develop and provide engineering support for the following Review/release product specification for catalyst elements/coatings. Position Title: Catalyst Elements Support strategic initiatives including cost reduction Provide technical expertise on failure analysis & corrective action development of ceramic and metallic Engineer materials based components Company name: Cummins Inc. Manage and participate in projects to develop/improve product and processes Location: Columbus, Indiana Interface with suppliers to support the following: Design Verification Plan & Report (DVP&R) tasks for catalyst elements Please send your resume to: Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) firstname.lastname@example.org Problem solving existing manufacturing processes email@example.com Development of new techniques Skills-Functional/Technical A MS or PhD degree in Material Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering or Chemistry Professional experience and knowledge of ceramic materials, materials processing, micro-cracking in ceramics, materials physical properties, failure analysis and material test methods Destructive and non-destructive testing techniques a plus. Understanding of catalytic materials. Experience with diesel engines a plus. Skills-Quality/Improvement: Self-motivated with a passion for delivering solutions to materials engineering issues A desire and the discipline to pursue life long learning Problem-solving skills (including use of statistical methods) Strong written and oral communication skills Six Sigma experience is desired. Green Belt Certification a plus Skills-Team Work Experience working in a multi-functional, high performance, team-based work group Skills-Leadership Experience in planning, organizing and implementing engineering projects. Ability to plan and provide technical direction to laboratory personnel and suppliers Travel Required: 10-15% Cobham Mission Systems 09/21/09 Responsibilities: Division Reviews plans for new product and factors such as strength, weight, and cost to submit material Davenport, IA selection recommendations ensuring attainment of design objectives. Plans and implements laboratory operations to develop material and fabrication procedures for new materials to fulfill product cost and performance standards. Confers with producers of materials such as metals, ceramics, or polymers during investigation and evaluation of materials suitable for specific product applications. Allison Sproule Reviews product failure data and interprets laboratory tests and analyses to establish or rule out Human Resources material and process causes. Cobham Mission Systems Division Conducts analysis on materials to identify and evaluate materials creep, fatigue, and corrosion. T: +1 (563) 383 6405 F: +1 (563) 383 6106 Qualifications: firstname.lastname@example.org Bachelor's degree (B. S.) from four-year college or university with emphasis in Materials (including Ceramics), Metallurgy, or Mechanical Engineering. Working knowledge of materials processing and testing, composite materials, fracture mechanics, and analysis. Familiarity with high temperature materials 08/12/09 In Search of an entry level metallurgical Engineer for global aluminum company with a major Doyen Metallurgical manufacturing facility located in the mid-Atlantic region of the US. Mike Doyen The Successful candidate should have a minimum 3.0 GPA, with proven problem solving skills, can do Doyen Metallurgical attitude and top gun references and interpersonal skills. 618 Brighton Ct The client is looking for an engineer who would like to move into quality/process engineering for both Rolla, Mo 65401 common alloy and aerospace aluminum working with international and domestic customer. Some travel (573) 364-0020 involved. email@example.com Excellent salary with benefits that include full medical, annual bonus, tuition reimbursement, 401K, relocation, two weeks’ vacation and most important the opportunity for advancement based on performance. If interested please forward a copy of current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will contact you immediately. (All interview expenses paid by the client company which would like to begin interviews in early September, 2009.) 08/03/09 Metallurgical Engineers to work at the Warrick Operations Facility near Evansville, IN. The ideal candidates would have either graduated in May 2009 or be getting ready to graduate in December of 2009. At Alcoa Warrick our primary products are can end stock (the top), we also make some tab stock and body http://www.alcoa.com/locations/usa_warr stock (the rest of the can), food can stock and lithographic sheet. ick/en/home.asp At Warrick we have a Power Plant, Smelting Operation and Rigid Packaging Division (RPD). The metallurgical candidate would work in RPD, which is comprised of our Ingot Plant, Hot Mill, Cold Mill, and Finishing. 07/01/09 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: Materials Science Engineer – Research Department Remington Arms Company is one of the world's most respected names in sporting goods for hunting and shooting, military and law enforcement. We currently have an opening for a Materials Science Engineer in our Research and Development Technology Center located in Elizabethtown, www.remington.com Kentucky. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: Conducts programs for studying structures, characteristics and properties of various metals such as steel, Qualified candidates should submit a resume, aluminum, titanium, tungsten, brass, ceramics, composites and metal matrix. Develops material cover letter and salary history directly to: specifications for production components. Plans laboratory testing of materials having special Remington Arms Company, Inc. characteristics to confirm feasibility of processes and techniques for potential production applications. Human Resources Department Prepares reports of materials studies for the information of other engineers and requesters. Guides technical RE: Materials Science Engineer Position staff engaged in developing or selecting materials for a specific use in projected product or device. 315 W. Ring Road Reviews plans for new product and factors such as strength, weight, and cost to submit material selection Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701 recommendations ensuring attainment of design objectives. Confers with producers of materials such as Fax: 270-765-4420 All replies are confidential. No phone calls metals, ceramics, or polymers during investigation and evaluation of materials suitable for specific product applications. Reviews product failure data and interprets laboratory tests and analyses to establish or please. Excellent benefits package, drug-free workplace, EOE/AA. rule out material and process causes. Researches and analyzes data such as customer design proposal, specification, and manuals to determine feasibility of design or application. Design products, parts or systems for introduction into the sporting arms and ammunition marketplace. Designs products and systems to interface machines, hardware and software. Plans and directs support personnel in fabrication of test control apparatus and equipment and develops of methods and procedures for testing products or Applicant must be a U.S. citizen. systems. Directs and coordinates fabrication and installation activities to ensure products and systems conform to engineering design and customer specifications. Directs and coordinates activities involved in application, operation, and repair of products and systems. Evaluates field and manufacturing issues and recommends design modifications to eliminate same. Manages development projects to their completion by documenting and transferring manufacturing data to the Production Organization. Prepares technical reports for use by Engineering or Management personnel for long and short range planning or for use by Marketing personnel in sales or technical services activities. Duties include but are not limited to: product conception; component/assembly design; detailed part modeling; interface with outside vendors; prototype builds, schedule generation; budget responsibilities; interface with all levels of management. Education and Skills: Bachelor's degree in Material Science or Metallurgical Engineering from a four-year accredited or nationally recognized college or university. Firearms or ammunition related experience a plus. Remington offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Don't miss the opportunity to work for the most respected name in outdoor sporting goods. Pittsburgh Corning 07/01/09 Quality Control Supervisor: EDUCATION: R= REQUIRED D = DESIRABLE: College level laboratory courses in engineering, physics, chemistry or statistics (R) BS in engineering, physics, CONTACT: D. Heming/J. Waldo chemistry or material science (D) Significant direct relevant experience in QC supervision may offset some Phone: 724-387-3612 college requirements Bi-lingual English/Spanish desired (D) Fax: 724-387-3806 EXPERIENCE: R = REQUIRED D = DESIRABLE: Two to three years' work experience as laboratory technician, engineer, chemist or physicist (R); five or more years' quality control laboratory experience (D); experience with cellular glass manufacturing, personally performing laboratory tests, and supervising laboratory operations (D); Bachelors level engineering or relevant technical degree, or higher, may offset some experience requirements JOB DUTIES/ACCOUNTABILITIES: Supervise quality control and quality assurance functions at Fresno, Texas plant; review and evaluate subordinates' performance in measuring and recording quality data and following written work instructions; prepare certificates of certification for customers as required; train subordinates as required on technical requirements of the lab position and the troubleshooting of lab equipment; work with the process group to coordinate changes and requirements of process and QC; work closely with production and shipping to make certain that all material is properly tested and certified for quality prior to shipment; actively engage in the development of ISO quality registration for Fresno TRAVEL REQUIRED: Occasional AGC Flat Glass 3/12/09 Formerly AFG Industries Inc., AGC Flat Glass North America is a subsidiary of Asahi Glass Co. Ltd., one of the world's largest float-glass organizations. There is a position available for a Development Engineer who will be responsible for technical and process support for the primary glass manufacturing group. Duties will include hot and cold repair assistance, laboratory analysis support, furnace melting software assistance and energy conservation analysis/tracking. Travel will be required to the various production facilities. Entry level will be considered if candidate has co-op experience. Interested and qualified applicants should remit a resume to Jodi Weiss | Senior Recruiter Tel: 347-463- 1000 Jodi.Weiss@Futurestep.com Tenaris Global Trainee Program is now recruiting for our manufacturing facility in, Blytheville, Arkansas. This program will include approximately one full year of training overseas in 3/11/09 Mexico, Brazil, Argentina or Italy. All recent college graduates are hired into our Tenaris Global Trainee Program (GTP). The GTP is a two-year rotational program dedicated to maximizing the potential of employees who have recently joined the company. It includes 2 job rotations, an extensive e-learning and classroom training program (including the Tenaris University Induction Camp- 4 weeks of training in Argentina), and on-the-job training during the first two years. To be considered, please contact Marina Christin email@example.com MARKET DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER WITH OLIN BRASS: Olin Brass, the worldwide leader in the manufacture of high quality brass, copper and high performance copper base alloys for the automotive and electronics industry has an entry-level position open in Market Development Engineering. Position Requirements B.S. or M.S. in Metallurgical Engineering or Materials Science with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Present a professional image and have desire for technical marketing. Olin Brass 2/25/09 Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Willing to travel (5-10 nights per month) after complete in-house training program. Computer skills. Intern or Co-op experience related to Metallurgical Engineering or Material Science desired. If you are interested in a dynamic career with competitive salary and comprehensive benefits, please complete an online application at www.olinbrass.com and click on the Careers link at the top of the page. For further information, please call (618) 258-5976. McInnes Rolled Rings is a small, locally owned company with 70 employees located in Erie, Pennsylvania, producing seamless rolled ring forgings from carbon, low alloy, and stainless steels. Our company has an open position available for an entry level Metallurgist. 1/9/09 Information about our company is available on our website at www.mcinnesrolledrings.com. We are extensively involved with the Forging Industry Association (FIA) and we are a Bronze Anvil Society Member of FIERF as well.