Aviation Supply Chain
The primary role of the Advanced Technology Researcher (CMC) is to develop Ceramic Matrix Composite (CMC) methods for repairing aircraft engine components and industrialize the process in a high-volume manufacturing(repair) environment.
· Work with GE technologists in the US to develop and industrialize repairs for Ceramix Matrix Composite (CMC)-based aircraft engine components.
· Set up a CMC repair development facility in the Singapore component repair shop
· Develop methods for testing and inspecting engine-run and repaired CMC components
· Develop repair processes for CMC components that can meet all applicable engineering and airworthiness requirements
· Ensure that high standards of Quality, Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) are achieved in the CMC repair process.
· Master's or PhD in Engineering
· Familiar with Ceramic Matrix Composite (CMC) technology and manufacturing processes.
· Good communication skills with the ability to communicate at all levels from researchers to shopfloor technicians
· Manufacturing engineering experience
· Able to influence others and lead small teams
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