- 174115 - Engineer Material Process 2 - VA
- Newport News
- $30.39 to $39.99 DOE
- 1-6 months
Analyzes, researches, designs and develops materials and their related fabrication and application processes to develop and optimize materials for use in engineering design of and/or application in structures, systems and subsystems. Applies principles of chemistry, physics, and material behavior to develop metallic, non-metallic and composite material and processing specifications, fabrication and assembly processes. Develops, analyzes and applies material properties and design allowables, processing processes and quality engineering specifications. Material analyses may include failure analysis of components, systems and subsystems, life predictions, and definition and requirement specifications. May review and approve subcontractor material processing procedures.
Must have 2 Years relevant experience with Bachelors in Science; 0 Years with Masters.
Familiarity with MS Office Suite (Excel PowerPoint).
This position will be in a highly collaborative environment.
Preferred candidate will have experience with paint/preservation processes and standards.
Bachelors in Science is required. ABET accredited degree required.
7:30AM to 4PM
Andrew Craft at firstname.lastname@example.org
11832 Fishing Point Drive, Suite 100
Newport News, VA 23606
Phone: (757) 595-0005 x173 or (877) 244-5418 x173
Candidates responding to this posting must currently possess the eligibility to work in the United States. No third parties please.
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