TIMET Overview Titanium Metals Corporation (“TIMET”) offers a full range of titanium products, including ingot and slab, forging billet and mill forms. TIMET, a Division of Precision Cast Parts (PCC), is a worldwide, diversified manufacturer of complex metal components and products that serves the aerospace, power, and general industrial markets.  PCC has over 160 plants and has a presence in twenty-six states in the US and in over a dozen countries.  PCC is relentless in its dedication to being a high-quality, low-cost and on-time producer; delivering the highest value to its customers and shareholders while continually pursuing strategic, profitable growth.  On January 29, 2016, PCC became an independent subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.   Job Summary Devise and carry out projects and conduct evaluations of products and components for TIMET/PCC operations and customers. An engineer at this level is expected to be capable of working with minimal supervision and of providing clear direction to technician staff supporting those projects and evaluations. Participate in multidisciplinary teams and capable of reporting and presenting work outside the company. Support production operations as well as completing Research Projects that contribute to long term growth in sales revenues. Support to internal and external customers particularly in support of TIMET Marketing strategies is also a major contribution of R&D engineers. The R&D department is the center of TIMET’s metallurgical knowledge. As such, R&D engineers are expected to develop high-level expertise in areas that support operational activities. Thus R&D engineers are expected to provide the Corporation with academic excellence combined with knowledge of operational realities. Essential Functions Conduct evaluations of products/components for TIMET/PCC companies and its customers and/or provide direct support for production – 40% Conduct process/product development activities in support of TIMET– 25% Provide technical support in response to inquiries made to TIMET – 20% Contribute to longer term R&D projects (e.g., alloy development, process technology) by conducting projects consistent with the R&D strategy. – 15% Travel: up to 20% and maintain a valid Driver’s License. Additional Responsibilities Commitment to “Supply Chain” Improvement and Customer Focus. Strong facilitation, communication, and presentation skills. The ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.   Education and Experience BS or MS in materials, mechanical, or aeronautical engineering with an emphasis on engineering metals from an accredited university. 2 years of work experience preferred. Engineering experience at OEM, fabricator, or material manufacturer preferred.   Relevant experience in one or more of the following fields is required: Primary metal manufacturing/processing Heat treatment of aerospace alloys Titanium metallurgy Titanium fabrication/forming Process-Microstructure-Property relationships Competencies Outstanding written and oral communication skills, particularly with technical reports and presentations. Analytical and creative thinking and the ability to clearly communicate such ideas/concepts. Experience in SEM, microanalysis, and EBSD analysis is preferred Sound reasoning skills and decision making. Ability to work independently with little supervision and high personal accountability. Ability to effectively work in diverse multi-disciplinary teams. Special Skills A degree in metallurgy or relevant engineering/scientific discipline is required. Previous work experience in an industrial or academic R&D setting is required. In exceptional circumstances relevant experience may replace a formal qualification. 2-3 Years relevant experience in a research or development role in manufacturing particularly in the aerospace sector is desired. The position requires sound scientific/research reasoning skills to provide support relevant to the customer or operations. Good general computer skills are essential. Click Here To Applyhttps://precast.mua.hrdepartment.com/pm_module/cgi-bin/click.cgi?job_id=13268&site_id=35