Tag: industry

Industrial job postings for graduating students and experienced alumni.

Performance Materials Co-op

I was hoping you would be able to forward this flyer out to the students concerning co-op positions that we have available for next year. We will be looking to hire 4 students for the January through August 2014 rotation. Please have them contact me if they have any questions. Go Huskies!

Dan Dubiel
Applications Development Engineer

Phone: 734-324-6457


Foundry Candidate

I am looking for a potential candidate that has an interest in the aluminum/brass foundry industry.

Also, having some experience in pattern shop design, construction is a big plus.

If you do have a student  who may be interested in employment, I would appreciate your referral.

We are a foundry and machine shop located in sunny Tampa, Florida and are in a very aggressive growth mode.

You can see our website at www.tampabrass.com for what we do.

Thank you for your potential referral.

With Great Success,

Paul S. Rehsi

Vice President Sales & Engineering

Tampa Brass & Aluminum Corp

8511 Florida Mining Blvd, Tampa Florida 33634

813-885-6064, ext 103

813-882-3271 Fax

813-486-8054 cell

Tampa Brass & Aluminum Corp fully complies with all U.S. export control regulations, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Information contained herein may be subject to the Code of Federal Regulations Chapter 22 International Traffic in Arms Regulations. This data may not be resold, diverted, transferred, transshipped, made available to a foreign national within the United States, or otherwise disposed of in any other country outside of its intended destination, either in original form or after being incorporated through an intermediate process into other data without the prior written approval of the US Department of State.



A highly successful and stable company in Michigan has asked me to help them locate and attract a metallurgist for their Gray and Ductile Iron foundry. This is an outstanding opportunity for someone to come in and immediately make a difference in a business. This position will interface directly with nearly the entire facility, providing growth and further learning opportunities not available with other companies. Besides offering a strong compensation and benefits package, this company provides career advancement opportunities throughout most of the US, as well as the opportunity to interface with some of the best in the industry.

To learn more about this amazing career opportunity, please contact:

Bo Price
Global Recruiters of Raleigh

NPS Internship Climate Change-Material Science-Historic Preservation

NPS Intern Position Announcement:

The NPS George M. Wright Climate Change Youth Initiative internship
program has a summer internship located at National Park Service’s
National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT), located
on the campus of Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, LA, that
has re-opened. This internship is open to undergraduate and 1st year
graduate students. Graduating seniors are eligible, as are students
enrolling in graduate school or who are just completing their 1st year of
graduate school.

This project will integrate climate change models with the science of
historic preservation. The intern will work closely with NPS material
scientists and historic preservation specialists and the NPS Climate
Change Response team to develop critical baseline information about the
thresholds of historic buildings and materials to environmental change.
For example, what are the effects of increased humidity or rainfall
intensity on historic mortar? On wooden roofs? This information will be
used throughout the NPS as it develops adaptation plans for its historic
structures and cultural landscapes for coming decades.

The project will be located at NCPTT with some local fieldwork in the
Natchitoches and New Orleans areas. The salary is $12 per hour. The intern
should be enrolled in or have completed a four year degree program with a
focus or degree in with primary coursework in: heritage preservation,
materials science/architecture, or environmental science, with additional
coursework in anthropology, geography, or historical fields relevant to
issues of climate change and heritage, the geographic or biological
sciences (e.g., geography, ecology, biology, geology), and/or civil and
environmental engineering. The ideal candidate has intermediate to
advanced GIS skills, experience working in small teams with effective
communication skills including report writing, and good interpersonal

The position will remain open until Monday, May 20 at 5:00 p.m. PDT.
Students may apply at www.ccyi.org AND they should send an email to
ccyi@uw.edu to notify the program of their application.

Please forward to your advising staff, students, fellow faculty, and any
other interested parties. And for questions, please contact the program
coordinator, Adrienne Karpov, at email (ccyi@uw.edu) or at 206-616-5350.

Materials TEM Position

Email: patrick.mccurdy@colostate.edu
Name: Patrick McCurdy

Organization: Colorado State University

Title-Subject: [Filtered] Materials TEM position

Message: The position of Electron Microscopist and Imaging Specialist is a full-time, special, 12 month Research Scientist/Scholar I administrative professional position in the CSU Chemistry Department’s Central Instrument Facility (CIF) Imaging and X-ray Spectroscopy laboratories. Responsibilities will include providing advanced research services and training for, and routinenmaintenance of, electron microscopy methods (EM) including ultra-high resolution transmission EM. All instruments in the CIF are available for use by the successful candidate,who will be expected to collaborate with colleagues, staff scientists, faculty and other principal investigators to advance CSU’s primary research, education and service mission.  Additional information about the CIF can be found at http://cif.colostate.edu/.  The successful candidate must have Ph.D. in a chemistry-related discipline. Familiarity with UHV, EM and X-ray techniques is required and development of collaborations with senior investigators is expected.  Familiarity with the chemistry of hard materials, electron energy loss spectroscopy, lithography and focused ion-beam milling will be considered advantageous.  Salary is negotiable and will be commensurate with experience.

For more information or to apply see –   http://cns.natsci.colostate.edu/employment/Chem-EM/. A full application will include a cover letter, curriculum vitae and contact information for three professional references. For full consideration, applications must be received by May 27; however, the search will remain open until a suitable candidate is identified.  Anticipated employment start date is  July 14, 2013. Files of semifinalists will be available to all Chemistry Department faculty.

CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer.  Colorado State University conducts background checks on all final candidates.

Waltek Summer Job

Waltek Inc., an investment casting company in Ramsey, MN (outside Minneapolis) is looking for a summer intern to work with our sales engineer. Work would include new part processing, improving existing parts, and analysis of customer profitability. If you know any students who might be interested please have them send a copy of their resume to David Hilden at dhilden@waltekinc.com with “Waltek Summer Internship” in the subject line.

Two Internships at Corning Glass

Corning Glass has two openings for materials science and engineering students with a focus in metals.

Metallurgical Engineering Internship with Corning Glass
Job #171438
Required Skills:
At least 3 years of materials engineering studies with a metals emphasis. (More specifically, physical or mechanical metallurgy). More than one metallurgy course must have been completed with a grade of ‘B’ or higher.
Experience/exposure to Platinum, high temperature alloys and/or super alloys is a plus
Technical curiosity
Hands on laboratory and mechanical abilities
Good documentation and analysis skills
Computer skills such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint Presentation, etc.
Corning is looking for a Junior level of BS or higher. MS or PhD level preferred. If interested, apply now.