The composite processes used includes roll wrapping, filament winding, resin infusion, resin transfer molding (RTM), injection molding, SMC molding, hand lay-up, and stereolithography (SLA) for prototypes.
Materials are carbon fiber, fiberglass (e-glass), Aramid (Kevlar) and any combination thereof. These are also intermixed with traditional metals such as steel, aluminum and titanium. Plastics are also part of their product use.
Job Title:Product Development / Engineering Director
Reports to: Direct-General Manager
Positions Managed: Production / Development Engineers
$90K-$110K plus bonus
Manage product design and development for new or existing products. Direct customer interface. Manage production and development engineering.
•Formalize and manage the product development process from end to end, including idea generation, concept development, tooling design, manufacturing methods, and launch execution.
•Ensure that products are designed or redesigned in order to meet quality and sales objectives.
•Direct interface with customer to insure that the customer's specific needs are met using sound engineering principles and practices.
•Directly manage production / development engineering staff to insure safety, housekeeping, production requirements and deadlines are met.
•Oversee production quality process.
•Engineering product drawing format, origination, and revision.
•Technical responsibility for material specifications, usage and procedures in the manufacturing process.
•Provide technical training for technicians as required.
•Four y ear Mechanical Engineering degree, MBA or equivalent experience.
•Must have an understanding of composite processes, materials, and tooling design.
•Strong business understanding and experience working in a technical environment.
•Excellent project management and organizational skills.
•Ability to work under tight deadlines.
•Capable of managing multiple projects concurrently.
•Working knowledge of Solid Works, Auto Cad and Microsoft business applications: Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point.…
ssion planning or personal and career development.
Its very important to build programmes that allows employees to achieve desired business outcomes including online assessment tool or coaching sessions.
I belived this kind of initiative help with the development of a Coaching and performance culture in the business.
Engineering professional services. We have a very competitive compensation plan and a support system that enables our BDs to have the highest level of success. Our website is www.ExpertsIT.com
Please send your resume to Mark Zanki at mzanki@ExpertsIT.com…
g and most respected ring rolling and forging companies, is seeking a Business Development Manager to help serve our continuously growing development, offering an attractive opportunity and growth potential with very attractive terms.
The successful candidate will have a strong education and background in Aerospace manufacturing, ideally showing progression of responsibility within companies certified to Aerospace standards and/or OEM processes, will have excellent communication and teamwork attitude, committed to high-demanding performance standards and ethics.
We need someone with solid Business Development or Client Management experience in Aerospace and Power Generation products with Seamless Rolled rings.
Ladish in Wisconsin
Shultz in California
Carlton Forge (CA)
Forged Metals in California
Viking Metallurgical in Verdi, NV
Monroe (Rochester, NY)
Another collection of some other competitors or companies that manufacture similar products would be available through the FIA (Forging Industry Association) located in Cleveland, OH
1. Bachelor's Degree.
2. 5+ years Business Development or Client Management experience in Aerospace and Power Generation products with Seamless Rolled rings.
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but recently got handed a project in which I have little experience.
We are currently examining ways in which we can effectively boost the percentage of diversity employees (females and diverse males) in the management level to match the cross-section of our employee ratios. One idea is a mentorship program, but we are looking for other creative ways to boost these numbers without incurring any major costs. This development will be done entirely with internal candidates with a focus on development and retention of diverse employees.
Any suggestions on programs of this nature or where to find some helpful information? Our kickoff meeting was just held and our initial proposal is due in one week!…
Added by Gino Conti at 4:47pm on February 16, 2009