Metal Bonding Engineer (level 1)

Advanced Project Consulting, LLC (APC) is a defense contracting firm based in Warner Robins, GA.  We provide outstanding engineering, logistics, information technology and ISR support to our customers while maintaining agile, personalized, professional service.  We are constantly looking for energetic, trustworthy and dedicated professionals to join our team.We have a contingent full time position open for an experienced Metal Bonding Engineer (level 1) to support a Government contract at Robins AFB, Georgia.Job Summary:This is an entry level position. The applicant must have a military background or some direct experience in metal bond engineering. Tasks include performing test and evaluation of metal and composite materials. This may involve mechanical testing, microscopy, and other laboratory analysis techniques. We are seeking highly motivated entry-level composite manufacturing engineers to join our team. As a part of our team, you will be involved in supporting various government aircraft programs, contributing to the future and capabilities of medal bonding and composites. Experience related to fabrication, cure, and analysis of fiber reinforced resin systems such as polyimides, bezoxazines, phthalonitriles, bismaleimides or cyanate esters, etc. is required.In general, the candidate should be capable of:  understanding requirements for materials, parts and processes used in the manufacture of products. Candidate should be able to work with the set up for production, and writing of specifications and other documents to manage the deployment of materials, parts and processes. Promotes standardization across business activities.  Work with emerging technologies for potential application to the processes. Assist in the development and qualification of new and existing materials, parts and processes to meet requirements. Make recommendations on integrating new technologies as appropriate. Work processes and programs to qualify suppliers to applicable requirements. Assist with analysis to determine reasons for failures of materials, parts or processes. Recommend corrective and preventive actions. Assist with design, development and qualification of sophisticated computer and production systems to satisfy user requirements.Job Responsibilities (may include, but not limited to):Machine and test samples using a universal test machinePrepare and examine samples for microscopic analysisPerforming materials evaluation and failure analysisAnalyze, archive, and present results in written reportsEducation:Bachelor’s Degree in:Aerospace Engineering orMaterials Science/Engineering orMechanical EngineeringPosition Requirements:Professional and diplomatic demeanorBeing a Team player and willing to follow both written and oral instructions from Senior PersonnelExcellent verbal and written communication skillsStrong sense of accountability and integrityHands-on experience with machinery or laboratory equipmentClearance/Security:  Successful candidates must pass a background investigation, drug screening and government security investigation. Job requires a security clearance applicants must be a US citizen.Travel:  Travel is not required for this position.Relocation: Not provided 

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