R&D Development Engineer in Rancho Cucamonga, CA at Arconic

Date Posted: 1/7/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description


 
This opening is with Arconic Engines – a world leader in the investment casting of superalloys, aluminum and titanium primarily for jet aircraft and industrial gas turbine markets. 
 
For more information on Arconic, visit us online at www.arconic.com
 
 
 
The development engineer will lead metallic product development and process improvement projects to deliver growth opportunities for the Rings Segment of Arconic Engines. The Rings segment is the world leader in seamless ring rolled product for aerospace used in aircraft engines. The candidate will lead project based studies to develop and deploy new technologies and new alloys with direct applications to the manufacturing of ring rolled forgings. He or She will also provide direct support to the manufacturing sites for investigating and troubleshooting production challenges and new part introductions.
 
 
 
This is a R&D position which will involve working collaboratively with researchers and engineers across Arconic, including Howmet Research Center and manufacturing sites across the US.
 
 
 
The position is located at the manufacturing plant of Rancho Cucamonga in California and will require travelling between the different sites in CA, NV, MI and NY.

 

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Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:
  • Masters Degree in Material Science or Metallurgical Engineering from an accredited institution 
  • This position is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) which requires U.S. person status.
  • Employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States.  Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire.  Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
 
Preferred Qualifications
  • R&D Project Management
  • 2+ years working in development of new metallic alloy products and processes.
  • 2+ years working in microstructure/process/property relationships of metallic alloys.
  • 2+ years mechanical property characterization of metallic alloys.
  • Knowledge of the methodology, tests and equipment used in the microstructural and mechanical property characterization of metallic materials.
  • Knowledge of physical metallurgy with emphasis on interactions between alloy design, processing microstructure, and mechanical properties.
  • Understanding of various manufacturing methods, including familiarity with forging and ring rolling processing and equipment.
  • Ability to design R&D experiments, analyze data and identify important variables and physically significant trends