The Materials Engineer is responsible for evaluating new elastomer/rubber materials, processes, suppliers, and end applications. This person applies seasoned technical knowledge to various engineering projects on materials and material-processing issues. The overarching goals of the projects are to improve the performance, reliability, and sustainability of elastomer-enabled mechanical tools for subterranean exploration and production of energy.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Advise on material selection, property data and failure avoidance.
Develop and evaluate new elastomeric materials through characterization, testing, analysis, and modeling. Candidates with experiences on FEA modeling are preferred.
Develop, evaluate, and qualify special processes such as compounding, extrusion, injection molding, compression molding, additive manufacturing, and their applications.
Write materials and process specifications and standards.
Perform failure and predictive analyses to develop advancements for products, focusing on material selection, modification, and processing effects. Experiences in automation of data analysis are highly desired.
Provide material consultation to InTouch engineers, field locations and customers.
Provide material engineering review and approval of contract and subcontract statements of work and specifications.
Prepare and maintain source control and other procurement documentation and guidance for material procurement activities; assign quality requirements for procurements and subcontracts.
Interface with suppliers and subcontractor representatives on material related activities.
Produce detailed technical reports and provide effective technical presentations.
Qualifications and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering, Chemistry, or Chemical Engineering with minimum 3 years direct experience
Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the US, without sponsorship
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