• Castings(Investment and Sand) Auditor

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    2019-1165
  • Overview

    This Castings Auditor position is an excellent opportunity for recent retirees or consultants that have experience in some of these castings processes and materials: investment, sand, steels, aluminum, iron, titanium, and nickel base.
     

    Our auditors enjoy the remote work, traveling domestically and/or internationally, a flexible schedule (some auditors perform 1 or 2 audits a month, while others desire to audit every week), competitive compensation that includes a daily rate plus travel expenses, meeting new people and keeping in touch with technology and the latest developments.

    Qualifications

    The ideal auditor candidate will possess most of the following criteria:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in material science /metallurgy or other related Engineering degree
    • OR a High School Diploma or equivalent, and minimum 10 years castings industry experience, preferably in aerospace. Post high school qualifications preferred
      (Casting/foundry Experience = Operator, Supervisor, Technician, or Engineer with direct exposure to casting processes qualification, equipment qualification, procedure qualification, or technical problem resolution.)
    • Experience of investment and sand castings
    • Familiarity and knowledge across a number of casting disciplines preferred: Sand casting, Die casting, Investment casting, centrifugal casting. Experience of key alloy systems – steel, nickel, titanium, aluminum
    • Experience of key alloy systems – steel, nickel, titanium, aluminum, magnesium, and cobalt
    • Auditing experience
      • Note:Certification as a recognized Quality Auditor or auditing experience considered a plus
    • Familiarity with applicable specifications:
      • Aerospace OEM/Primes Castings process and material specifications
      • Industry material specifications
      • AS9100

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