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As a Metallurgical Engineer you will focus on being a hands-on castings engineer using your metallurgical skills to create large castings.  This role is open due to succession planning.  They produce large alloy castings for the aerospace, defense, industrial equipment and other markets.  This company has a dynamic leadership team that truly values and appreciates the people that work there.  Excellent growth opportunities!

 

Company – A major player in the casting and machining industry

  • A growing $250 million organization with 800 employees and 5 divisions
  • Production orders booked out for a year
  • Ability to produce castings from 600 different alloys
  • Markets served include Aerospace, defense, energy, mining, petrochemical, food equipment and process equipment
  • In addition to castings, they have a complete machine shop for fabrication, heating treating facility and testing lab
  • Certifications include: AS9100, ISO 9001, Nadcap, and ASNT Levels II & III
  • Dynamic leadership team who was promoted from within to lead the organization to new heights
  • Outstanding culture focused on safety and the growth of the individual.

 

 Benefits and Features – They truly VALUE and APPRECIATE their employees!

  • EXCELLENT Benefits and Compensation Plan –3% Employer match on 401K, Health, Vision, Dental, tuition reimbursement, Employee Assistance Program, Life Insurance and more
  • Profit Sharing – First 6% is added to your 401K in addition to the match, and then there is a realistic potential for an additional cash payout.
  • Work/Life Balance – when you take a vacation, you get to take a REAL vacation and not a working vacation where you are tethered to your laptop and email.  Your team has your back!
  • Culture of continuous improvement where team members have a voice and good ideas are appreciated from all levels of the organization.
  • It is a business casual workplace.

 

 What you will be doing:

  • Defining metallurgical requirements for projects to be cast
  • Troubleshoot problems with castings
  • Provide technical support to both external and internal customers
  • Lead or assist with continuous process improvements

 

 What they are looking for:

  • BS Metallurgical or Materials Engineering
  • 5+ years prior hands-on experience working with casting metallurgy
  • Must be a team player who can work with all levels of staff
  • Due to the defense work the company does, you must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Experience with induction furnace melting, arc melting, AOD refining is very helpful
  • The more knowledge you have about the alloys, especially using copper the better
  • Six-Sigma / Lean Manufacturing practices is also very helpful
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