Analyze, evaluate, and present information concerning factors such as business situation, production capabilities, manufacturing problems, economic trends, and design and development of new products for consideration by other members of management team.
Suggest and debate alternative methods and or procedures in solving problems and meeting changing market opportunities.
Analyze engineering designs for material requirements.
Recommend and specify materials for specific design and field applications.
Prepare investigative reports.
Communicate on materials engineering issues inside and outside Weatherford.
Prepare materials and process specifications.
Plan, conduct, track and report materials engineering investigations.
Recommend and specify materials for specific design and field applications
Cooperate with other management personnel in formulating and establishing company policies, operating procedures, and goals.
Develop initial and subsequent modifications of product assurance program to delineate areas of responsibility, personnel requirements, and operational procedures within program.
Evaluate contents of reports from product assurance program team and confer with management personnel preparatory to formulating fiscal budget for product assurance program.
Review technical problems and procedures of departments and recommend solutions to problems or changes in procedures.
Ability to apply advanced mathematical concepts such as exponents, logarithms, quadratic equations, and permutations.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
The following are useful but not required: Professional Engineer, Certified Quality Manager (C.Q.M) Certified Quality Auditor (C.Q.A.), Certified Quality Engineer (C.Q.E.), Membership in appropriate professional society.
2 5 years experience in metallurgical or materials engineering.
Licensed Professional Engineer or Chartered Engineer status
Extensive knowledge of quality processes and procedures.
BS in Metallurgy or Materials Science