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Materials and Processes Evaluation Engineer

2018-11-08 18:30:02| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Altran is the global leader in Engineering and RD services. Altran works alongside its clients, from initial concept through industrialization, to invent the products and services of tomorrow. Altran is an established supplier of skilled manpower to ESA and in particular at ESTEC. The candidate we are looking for will operate as Materials and Processes Evaluation Engineer in the Materials Processes Section of the Directorate of Technology, Engineering and Quality. His duty station will be the European Centre for Space Applications and Telecommunications ECSAT based at the Harwell Campus in Oxfordshire, UK. Main duties will include End to end process evaluation for additive manufacturing, including raw material specification and product performance mechanical testing, NDTNDI, etc. Destructive and nondestructive PCB testing Provide materials and processes support for projects where product assurance and safety managers are located at ECSAT, including participation to projects meeting, reviews and audits Support Materials and Processes reviews, Materials and Processes Control Boards MPCBs and participate as Engineering andor PA Board Member in ESA Programme reviews milestones including PRRs, SRRs, PDRs, CDRs, QARs, FRRs, etc. Review Declared Materials, Parts and Processes Lists DMLs, DPLs, and DMPLs as well as RFAs, RFDsRFWs, ECPs, etc. Support major NonConformances Review Board activities, perform failure analysis and failure investigation using a variety of laboratory tools Support the definition and implementation of the Research and Technology activities in the domain of advanced manufacturing Support the evaluation of proposals for technology RD activities on their technical merit, consistency and priorities and recommendation for ESA endorsement Support the coordination of technology RD activities, monitoring of the procurement implementation, evaluation and reporting of the achieved results and lessons learnt to the relevant ESA Directorates and key Partners. The technical competence shall especially cover Processing e.g. joining, surface treatments, testing, and performance evaluation of metallic materials e.g. Alalloys, Tialloys, steel. Additive manufacturing processes and associated test and qualification approaches. Specific Qualification Requirements The ideal candidate has Masters degree or equivalent qualification in materials engineering and science, materials physicsmetallurgy andor nonmetallic materials or another related field, as well as several years industrial experience preferably covering aerospace hardware and RD Materials laboratory handson experience related to metallic materials, manufacturing and applied processes characterizationverification and failure investigation a background on space simulation facilities is an asset. Good knowledge about general materials test methodologies and especially experience in mechanical testing. Experience in defining and executing test plans for materials qualification and process validation. Capability to take decisions for selection of materials and processes for space applications. Nice to have Familiarity with ESA Materials and processes related requirements Understanding of space missions related requirements and capability to propose verification methods including testing, analysis, inspections Location The work will be performed at The European Centre for Space Applications and Telecommunications ECSAT is ESAs newest facility in the United Kingdom. Contract The selected candidate will receive a permanent contract with Altran Netherlands and a fair remuneration in line with ESA Job Class. Will be registered for both social security and tax in the Netherlands. The standard working hours are 40 per week. There are 12 public holidays and an additional 30 annual days holiday. Training to improve efficiency and provide strength for future career are included.

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Materials and Processes Evaluation Engineer

2018-11-07 14:29:39| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Specific Tasks In collaboration and support of the Metallic and NonMetallic Materials and Processes Engineer, assess customers needs in relation to laboratoryanalysis activities o Proposerealize test methodssetups to satisfy the customer needs o Design and perform nonstandard tests to meet special space Projects requirements as well as develop insitu analysis techniques o Perform all measurements and analyses on metallic as well as nonmetallic materials including all cleanliness and contamination control related activities as well as PCBs and electronic assembly on a variety of destructive and nondestructive test equipmenttools. This includes also the issuing of dedicated testing procedures and documentation development as well as inclusion of test requests and test results in the relevant Quality Management Systems and databases o To set up and operate equipmentanalysis tools devoted to the assessment of space environmental effects. This includes assessment by simulating the space environment vacuum, radiation, ATOX, contamination, thermal . as well as prepost characterisation by analytical techniques thermal analysis, chemical analysis, physical and microscopic analysis, surface analysis, spectroscopic analysis, NDI techniques etc. o Use a variety of laboratory tools, including acoustic microscopy, optical microscopy, scanning microscopy, confocal microscopy, XRD, XRay imaging, NDI etc., XPS, surface tension, Auger Microscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy, IST Testing o Perform mechanical and thermomechanical testing including static, fatigue, fatigue crack propagation, Nano indentation, Nano scratch, low speed impact, hardness testing, also using contact and contact less insitu strain measurement systems strain gaugesARAMIS o Perform all corrosion characterisation testing, including but not limited to stresscorrosion, galvanic, redplague, general corrosion, humiditysalt fog testing, etc. o Perform all thermal analysis on materials including thermogravimetric, differential scanning calorimetry, thermomechanical as well as dynamic mechanical analysis, dielectric analysis, CTE determination, thermal diffusivityconductivity analysis as well as coupled and advanced thermal modelling techniques for physicochemical analysis. o Support RD activities with focus on metallic and nonmetallic materials advanced evaluationcharacterisationverification methods covering the needs of future space missions o Support the laboratory equipment procurement definition and implementation o Perform all verification activities on Printed Circuit Boards and electronics assemblies o Record sample properties or condition during and after test, accurately and legibly o Review and issue relevant test reports for all performed test activities o Check on test equipment performance and reporting any anomalies or faults o Improve test procedures and ensuring that these are executed correctly o Maintain of the relevant test equipment, ensuring that the equipment under hisher responsibility is kept in an operational state and all necessary routine calibration and maintenance activities are performed. Specific Tasks The laboratory tasks shall especially cover End to end process evaluation for additive manufacturing, including raw material specification and product performance mechanical testing, NDI,etc.. Destructive and nondestructive PCB testing. Additional tasks shall cover Provide materials and processes support for projects where product assurance and safety managers are located at ECSAT, including participation to projects meeting, reviews and audits Support Materials and Processes reviews, Materials and Processes Control Boards MPCBs and participate as Engineering andor PA Board Member in ESA Programme reviews milestones including PRRs, SRRs, PDRs, CDRs, QARs, FRRs, etc. Review Declared Materials, Parts and Processes Lists DMLs, DPLs, and DMPLs as well as RFAs, RFDsRFWs, ECPs, etc. Support major NonConformances Review Board activities, perform failure analysis and failure investigation using a variety of laboratory tools Support the definition and implementation of the Research and Technology activities in the domain of advanced manufacturing Support the evaluation of proposals for technology RD activities on their technical merit, consistency and priorities and recommendation for ESA endorsement Support the coordination of technology RD activities, monitoring of the procurement implementation, evaluation and reporting of the achieved results and lessons learnt to the relevant ESA Directorates and key Partners The technical competence shall especially cover 1. Processing e.g. joining, surface treatments, testing, and performance evaluation of metallic materials e.g. Alalloys, Tialloys, steel. 2. Additive manufacturing processes and associated test and qualification approaches. Requirements Masters degree or equivalent qualification in materials engineering and science, materials physicsmetallurgy andor nonmetallic materials or another related field, as well as several years industrial experience preferably covering aerospace hardware and RD o Strong materials laboratory handson experience related to metallic as well as nonmetallic materials, manufacturing and applied processes characterisationverification and failure investigation a strong background on space simulation facilities is an asset. o Knowledge of ISO 17025 related testing activities and ability to carry out testing and analysis in an ISO 17025 or other Quality Management System applicable standards. This includes procedure and documentation development o Familiarity with data acquisition systems and software e. g. LABVIEW o Ability to issue clear and concise materials testing reports o Familiarity with ESA Materials and processes related requirements o Understanding of space missions related requirements and capability to propose verification methods including testing, analysis, inspections o Good interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to work effectively, autonomously and cooperatively in a diverse and international team environment, defining and implementing solutions in line with team and individual objectives, as well as project deadlines. Good knowledge about general materials test methodologies and especially experience in mechanical testing. Experience in defining and executing test plans for materials qualification and process validation. Capability to take decisions for selection of materials and processes for space applications.

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Materials and Processes Evaluation Engineer

2018-11-07 12:31:16| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

Position Reference 482 You will have the opportunity to provide engineering support to the Materials Processes Section at ECSAT premises. Tasks and Activities The scope of work will include End to end process evaluation for additive manufacturing, including raw material specification and product performance mechanical testing, NDI, etc.. Destructive and nondestructive PCB testing. Provide materials and processes support for projects where product assurance and safety managers are located at ECSAT, including participation to projects meeting, reviews and audits Support Materials and Processes reviews, Materials and Processes Control Boards MPCBs and participate as Engineering andor PA Board Member in ESA Programme reviews milestones including PRRs, SRRs, PDRs, CDRs, QARs, FRRs, etc. Review Declared Materials, Parts and Processes Lists DMLs, DPLs, and DMPLs as well as RFAs, RFDsRFWs, ECPs, etc. Support major NonConformances Review Board activities, perform failure analysis and failure investigation using a variety of laboratory tools Support the definition and implementation of the Research and Technology activities in the domain of advanced manufacturing Support the evaluation of proposals for technology RD activities on their technical merit, consistency and priorities and recommendation for ESA endorsement Support the coordination of technology RD activities, monitoring of the procurement implementation, evaluation and reporting of the achieved results and lessons learnt to the relevant ESA Directorates and key Partners. Skills and Experience The following skills and experience are mandatory You have a Masters degree or equivalent qualification in materials engineering and science, materials physicsmetallurgy andor nonmetallic materials or another related field, as well as several years industrial experience preferably covering aerospace hardware and RD You have strong technical competence in Processing e.g. joining, surface treatments, testing, and performance evaluation of metallic materials e.g. Alalloys, Tialloys, steel. Additive manufacturing processes and associated test and qualification approaches. Good knowledge about general materials test methodologies and especially experience in mechanical testing. Experience in defining and executing test plans for materials qualification and process validation. Capability to take decisions for selection of materials and processes for space applications. You have strong materials laboratory handson experience related to metallic as well as nonmetallic materials, manufacturing and applied processes characterisationverification and failure investigation a strong background on space simulation facilities is an asset. You have a good knowledge of ISO 17025 related testing activities and ability to carry out testing and analysis in an ISO 17025 or other Quality Management System applicable standards. This includes procedure and documentation development You are familiar with data acquisition systems and software e. g. LABVIEW You are able to issue clear and concise materials testing reports You are familiar with ESA Materials and processes related requirements You have a good understanding of space missions related requirements and capability to propose verification methods including testing, analysis, inspections You have good interpersonal and communication skills. You are able to work effectively, autonomously and cooperatively in a diverse and international team environment, defining and implementing solutions in line with team and individual objectives, as well as project deadlines. How to Apply Looking to take your career to the next level? Interested applicants should submit their CV and Cover Letter to RHEAs Recruitment team at careersrheagroup.com no later than 29112018. Preference will be given to candidates eligible for an EU or national personal security clearance at the level of CONFIDENTIAL or above. About RHEA Group RHEA Group is a leading engineering consultancy firm with demonstrated expertise in space, system and secure software solutions. We attract skilled engineers, scientists and management professionals and offer a range of exciting career paths working alongside clients such as the European Space Agency, the European GNSS Agency, EUMETSAT and NATO.

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Materials and Processes Evaluation Engineer

2018-11-07 12:31:16| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

We are looking for a Materials and Processes Evaluation Engineer E3 to join our Modis Aerospace team, working onsite at the European Space Agency in Harwell, United Kingdom. Modis Aerospace is a specialized Engineering consultancy with more than 30 years experience providing aerospace Engineers to our key partners in The Netherlands. Modis is a longstanding business partner of the European Space Agency ESA, with more than 120 employees recruited from across Europe currently supporting ESAs activities. Specific tasks to be performed The laboratory tasks shall especially cover End to end process evaluation for additive manufacturing, including raw material specification and product performance mechanical testing, NDI, etc.. Destructive and nondestructive PCB testing. Provide materials and processes support for projects where product assurance and safety managers are located at ECSAT, including participation to projects meeting, reviews and audits Support Materials and Processes reviews, Materials and Processes Control Boards MPCBs and participate as Engineering andor PA Board Member in ESA Programme reviews milestones including PRRs, SRRs, PDRs, CDRs, QARs, FRRs, etc. Review Declared Materials, Parts and Processes Lists DMLs, DPLs, and DMPLs as well as RFAs, RFDsRFWs, ECPs, etc. Support major NonConformances Review Board activities, perform failure analysis and failure investigation using a variety of laboratory tools Support the definition and implementation of the Research and Technology activities in the domain of advanced manufacturing Support the evaluation of proposals for technology RD activities on their technical merit, consistency and priorities and recommendation for ESA endorsement Support the coordination of technology RD activities, monitoring of the procurement implementation, evaluation and reporting of the achieved results and lessons learnt to the relevant ESA Directorates and key Partners General tasks to be performed In collaboration and support of the Metallic and NonMetallic Materials and Processes Engineer, assess customers needs in relation to laboratoryanalysis activities Proposerealize test methodssetups to satisfy the customer needs Design and perform nonstandard tests to meet special space Projects requirements as well as develop insitu analysis techniques Perform all measurements and analyses on metallic as well as nonmetallic materials including all cleanliness and contamination control related activities as well as PCBs and electronic assembly on a variety of destructive and nondestructive test equipmenttools. This includes also the issuing of dedicated testing procedures and documentation development as well as inclusion of test requests and test results in the relevant Quality Management Systems and databases To set up and operate equipmentanalysis tools devoted to the assessment of space environmental effects. This includes assessment by simulating the space environment vacuum, radiation, ATOX, contamination, thermal . as well as prepost characterisation by analytical techniques thermal analysis, chemical analysis, physical and microscopic analysis, surface analysis, spectroscopic analysis, NDI techniques etc. Use a variety of laboratory tools, including acoustic microscopy, optical microscopy, scanning microscopy, confocal microscopy, XRD, XRay imaging, NDI etc., XPS, surface tension, Auger Microscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy, IST Testing Perform mechanical and thermomechanical testing including static, fatigue, fatigue crack propagation, Nano indentation, Nano scratch, low speed impact, hardness testing, also using contact and contact less insitu strain measurement systems strain gaugesARAMIS Perform all corrosion characterisation testing, including but not limited to stresscorrosion, galvanic, redplague, general corrosion, humiditysalt fog testing, etc. Perform all thermal analysis on materials including thermogravimetric, differential scanning calorimetry, thermomechanical as well as dynamic mechanical analysis, dielectric analysis, CTE determination, thermal diffusivityconductivity analysis as well as coupled and advanced thermal modelling techniques for physicochemical analysis. Support RD activities with focus on metallic and nonmetallic materials advanced evaluationcharacterisationverification methods covering the needs of future space missions Support the laboratory equipment procurement definition and implementation Perform all verification activities on Printed Circuit Boards and electronics assemblies Record sample properties or condition during and after test, accurately and legibly Review and issue relevant test reports for all performed test activities Check on test equipment performance and reporting any anomalies or faults Improve test procedures and ensuring that these are executed correctly Maintain of the relevant test equipment, ensuring that the equipment under hisher responsibility is kept in an operational state and all necessary routine calibration and maintenance activities are performed. To successfully perform the above mentioned tasks, the following background experience is required Masters degree or equivalent qualification in materials engineering and science, materials physicsmetallurgy andor nonmetallic materials or another related field, as well as several years industrial experience preferably covering aerospace hardware and RD The technical competence shall especially cover Processing e.g. joining, surface treatments, testing, and performance evaluation of metallic materials e.g. Alalloys, Tialloys, steel. Additive manufacturing processes and associated test and qualification approaches. Good knowledge about general materials test methodologies and especially experience in mechanical testing. Experience in defining and executing test plans for materials qualification and process validation. Capability to take decisions for selection of materials and processes for space applications. Strong materials laboratory handson experience related to metallic as well as nonmetallic materials, manufacturing and applied processes characterisationverification and failure investigation a strong background on space simulation facilities is an asset. Knowledge of ISO 17025 related testing activities and ability to carry out testing and analysis in an ISO 17025 or other Quality Management System applicable standards. This includes procedure and documentation development Familiarity with data acquisition systems and software e. g. LABVIEW Ability to issue clear and concise materials testing reports Familiarity with ESA Materials and processes related requirements Understanding of space missions related requirements and capability to propose verification methods including testing, analysis, inspections Good interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to work effectively, autonomously and cooperatively in a diverse and international team environment, defining and implementing solutions in line with objectives, as well as project deadlines. About ESA ECSAT The European Centre for Space Applications and Telecommunications ECSAT is ESAs new facility in the United Kingdom. It is based at the Harwell Science, Innovation and Business Campus in Oxfordshire. ECSAT is the most recent addition to ESAs operational sites across Europe. First opened in 2009, ECSAT will be developed by ESA following agreements reached between the UK and ESA in November 2012. ECSAT will support activities related to telecommunications, integrated applications, climate change, technology and science. Please send your CV to recruitmentaerospacemodis.com before 30112018

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MEP Internal Evaluation Form

2018-11-06 17:28:58| PortlandOnline

MEP Internal Evaluation Form Oct. 2018 Word Document, 25kbCategory: Minority Evaluator Program

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