Process Engineer

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Seeking a Qualified Process Engineer. New Position! Apply today!
Our client produces a wide range of copper materials in strip, coil, sheet, plate and tube forms encompassing a variety of attractive colors, finishes and textures. With a heavy emphasis on research and development, they are unmatched in their ability to develop proprietary and customized materials to meet their customers' challenges. The firm prides itself in producing advanced copper alloys with recycled content in order to reduce their ecological footprint. Increased demand for their product has created an exciting new opportunity for the individual who is looking to build this role from the ground up!

Process Engineer
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
In this challenging, new position, you will originate, plan and control the processes used in the manufacture of copper and copper alloy strips. Additionally, you will review customer inquiries and proposed changes, oversee quality issues, and maintain product specification/process configuration manuals. To qualify, you should hold a Bachelor's degree in Metallurgy, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering. Our client seeks candidates with a least a year's experience of stamping and/or tool and die in a hot mill. A forming background would be a huge plus.
Our client believes in their employees, and that means keeping them well. So, while working with our client, you'll be rewarded with a competitive salary, and an excellent benefits package that includes medical (with an accompanying wellness program), dental, short- and long-term insurance, life insurance, a 401(k) retirement plan, and generous paid time off for holidays, sick days and personal time.
Build your engineering career from the ground up with this success story! Please send your resume to today, for immediate consideration.
Our Client is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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