Composites Fellow

Company Name:
North Star Staffing Solutions
The Composites Fellow works with all levels of management to lead creation and execution of a strategic plan for development and application of composites within the companys products and will consult with strategic sourcing organization to help assess capabilities and make recommendations regarding supplier sourcing strategies. The Composites Fellow applies his/her deep and broad technical understanding, competency and skill toward organizing teams and leading resolution of technical challenges of exceptional difficulty and importance to the company and its suppliers. Composite Fellow must be able communicate at all levels within the company and our external supply-chain and technical community. The Composites Fellow is expected to spend a significant amount of his/her time applying their deep expertise addressing technical challenges, teaching and mentoring discipline talent, and supporting composites Discipline Chief and Subject Matter Experts in the validation and continual improvement of discipline specific processes and standard work.
MS or PhD in Material Science, Chemical Engineering or related degree is required. PhD is preferred.
A minimum of 15 years related experience with demonstrated leadership in technical problem characterization, and application of composite materials
Experience in the development and application of composite materials for aerospace applications is preferred
Ability to obtain a US government security clearance is required
Excellent organizational, planning, prioritization and presentation skills are required
If you meet the requirements of this unique opportunity, we encourage you to explore how you can make a difference by applying now. We will assist with relocation to the right candidate. Simply email your resume to rakin@northstarstaffingsolutions to get started.

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