GE Power Gas Turbine Materials and Processes Engineering (MPE) is a global organization providing leadership on development, application and use of all material systems of Industrial Gas Turbines (IGT). This encompasses cast and wrought ferrous and superalloy based materials, metallic and ceramic coatings and technologies used to manufacture and service components made of said materials.
MPE team in GE Polska looks for an Engineer who will provide guidance on metallurgy and manufacturing of cast and wrought superalloys. Primary focus will be on materials and processes used for castings for turbine module components with possible extension to other components of gas turbines. Role will encompass material selection, manufacturing support, material analyses and definition of actions to improve quality of products. In this role you will work as part of local and global team and be responsible for assignments with of varying complexity.
Roles and Responsibilities
MSc/PhD in Materials/Metallurgy or equivalent
Good understanding of metallurgy of superalloys
Knowledge of manufacturing methods related to cast and wrought superalloy components
Understanding interrelations between the material, manufacturing processes, resulting microstructures and mechanical properties
Understanding of materials testing methods and evaluation of properties
Demonstrated English language written and verbal communication skills including technical English
Experience working with and/or supporting a manufacturing environment
Relocation Assistance Provided: No
Unconscious bias training
Remote work policy
Part time policy
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