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Aerospace Material Treatment - Process Engineer

Company Name:
Pharthenogene
Seeking a degreed engineer to lead the implementation of specialty treatment processes for aerospace component manufacturing.
Shall;
Provide technical input and engineering approval of requirements for manufacturing processes
Analyze materials and specify treatment processes such as heat treatment, chemical processing,shot peening and finishing
Determine non-destructive inspection and testing techniques and analyze results
Conduct failure analysis to determine root cause of failures of materials, parts, or processes.
Determine process performance, material availability, product manufacturability, production cost, and tooling requirments
Requires:
Bachelor's degree in materials engineering, chemical engineering, materials science, Metallurgy or similar
5+ years' experience in developing material treatment processes for aerospace manufacturing
Global company partnered with some of the biggest names in business offering competitive compensation packages including company paid benefits. Hospitalization, doctor, prescription, eyeglass, etc. Company matched 401(k), company paid certification programs, 3 weeks paid vacation, paid holidays and more
For complete details contact Winston Reuning at:
(609) 584-9000 ext 230
Or submit resume online at:
http://dmc9.com/wfr/app.asp
Or email to:
Please reference #35539 when responding.
Education Requirements: Bachelor Degree
Minimum Experience Requirements: 5-10 years
Job City Location: Broken Arrow
Job State Location: OK
Job Country Location: USA
Salary Range: $70,000 to $90,000
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