General Electric Advanced Technology Researcher (Additive Manufacturing) in Singapore, Singapore
Job Description Summary
The primary role of the Advanced Technology Researcher (ATR) is to develop Additive Manufacturing (AM) methods for repairing aircraft engine components and industrialize the process in a high-volume manufacturing(repair) environment.
Work with GE Additive Technology Centre (ATC) in the US to industrialize repairs for titanium and superalloy-based aircraft engine components.
Set up a metal additive manufacturing facility in Singapore.
Develop process parameters for metal 3D printing, pre- and post-processing and inspection of repaired components that are suitable for implementation in a dynamic, high-volume component repair shop.
Ensure that high standards of Quality, Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) are achieved in the repair process.
Master's or PhD in Engineering Familiar with additive manufacturing or vision systems technology and pre- and post-processing for metal 3-D printing.
Good communication skills with the ability to communicate at a variety of levels from researchers to shopfloor technicians
Manufacturing engineering experience.
Experience with vision systems and pattern recognition software Laser/Optics experience.
Experience in machine integration.
Ability to influence others and lead small teams.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No