The primary role of the Advanced Technology Researcher is to develop new methods for applying Additive Manufacturing, Artificial Intelligence and Automation, Ceramic Matrix Composites, Chemical and Electrochemical processes, Metallurgical or Robotics technology to the repair of aircraft engine components.
Work with GE Technology centres around the world to develop new methods for repairing aircraft engine components.
Apply advanced technologies to improve yield and raise productivity in the aircraft engine MRO field. Areas of interest include:
Metal additive manufacturing
Artificial Intelligence including vision systems and pattern recognition
Automation & Robotics
Ceramic Matrix Composites
Chemical Vapour Deposition and Thermal Spray Coatings
Develop robust processes that can consistently meet cost and delivery targets.
Maintain high standards of Quality and EHS.
Master's or PhD in Engineering or Physical Sciences
Familiar with advanced technologies for materials processing
Good communication skills with the ability to communicate at a variety of levels from researchers to shopfloor technicians
Manufacturing engineering experience.
Experience in introducing new processes to production
Ability to influence others and lead small teams.
Humble: respectful, receptive, agile, eager to learn
Transparent: shares critical information, speaks with candor, contributes constructively