The High Temperature Research Centre (HTRC) is collaboration between the University of Birmingham and Rolls-Royce. The facility will enable a halving of the lead-time for the design & make of turbine components; develop novel techniques to enable future design styles and manufacturing systems and accelerate cost reduction & casting yield improvement activities of research engineers from the relevant academic fields
Working in partnership with Consilium Recruit the HTRC requires a Additive Manufacturing Engineer to support the development of the manufacturing process developing material formulations for the additive process and developing ceramic additive manufacturing technologies for ceramic cores
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The Fast Make Additive Engineer will work within the ceramic additive research team focusing on producing super alloy single crystal blades cast with fast make additive cores You will develop and control the technical aspects of manufacturing methods and documentation for these components and will work with existing cast process owners to maintain traceability and quality You will work with academic and research partners to ensure the relevance and excellence of their activities
The ideal candidate for the Fast Make Additive Engineer will have the following:
Additive manufacturing, preferably of ceramic materials Structured problem solving methods for high value manufacturing Practical experienced obtained in a manufacturing role within a production environment, including delivery of improvement and/or new product introduction Knowledge and practical use of problem solving and fault finding techniques alongside working within standard quality management systems
To apply for the position of Fast Make Additive Engineer please forward an up to date copy of your CV to Rebecca Gibbs