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Job Title Prin Manufacturing Engineer
Job ID Number BV12-4855
Company Armament and Technical Products
Location Northern, VT
Job Category Manufacturing and Production
Job Description General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products is a proven solutions integrator of defense products for all branches of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). We have strong technology positions on key programs that are aligned with homeland defense and DoD's transformation initiatives. Our company is an industry leader in composites technology and production, chem/bio detection, protection systems, and integrated armament products for land, air and sea.
A multidisciplinary Advanced Manufacturing Engineer (Metallurgist) capable of performing technical duties relative to metallurgical issues. All phases of welding including MIG, TIG, Electron Beam, Friction Stir and Laser. Must be capable of leading investigative initiatives in material failure analysis and corrosion analysis. Must be capable of developing and approving processes in all phases of heat treating IAW AMS 2759. Processes include furnace, flame and induction hardening. Must also possess expert knowledge of various plating processes such as chromium, electro less nickel, phosphate, nickel, anodic finishes, chemical film etc.
BS in Metallurgical Engineering, Metallurgy or Materials Engineering.
Results oriented self-starter with a proven record of working effectively in a team environment. Must participate on multifunctional teams, interfacing with Engineering, Sourcing, Quality, Programs and the Supply Chain. The candidate must be able to multi-task across all areas of AME in addition to broadening the current skills base. Presentation skills a must. Must be able to root cause resolve technical issues with limited guidance. Travel will be frequent.
8 years. The metallurgist examines the properties and use of metals and alloys: steel, aluminum, nickel, titanium and other ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, and may specialize in chemical, physical or process metallurgy. Must also study the behavior of metals under stress and temperature, along with issues relative to shaping and joining metals. Able to supply technical guidance in all phases to engineering personnel in the design and manufacture, production management and quality assurance.
Work effort may be at the forefront of new technologies, developing processes for new applications, or in traditional manufacturing primarily in the areas of defense and aerospace related products.
Within the above areas, the metallurgist may work in research and development, design and manufacture, production management and quality assurance.
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