General Electric Materials Scientist (R&D) - Houston, TX in Ft Worth, Texas
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Baker Hughes, a GE company is currently hiring a Research Scientist specializing in metallurgy and corrosion resistance alloys based in Houston, Texas.
New product development with emphasis on scientific understanding of structure-property relationships, failure analysis, design of manufacturing processes and reliability analysis.
Candidate should be comfortable among other things, in working independently, frequent project presentations, and travel to vendors and universities.
Assignments can be a significant portion of a larger project
May be the lead Scientist on smaller projects with some functional supervision
Assignments are broad in nature, requiring originality and ingenuity
Usually works with minimum supervision, conferring with superior on unusual matters
May be assisted by entry or junior or level personnel
Assists in project planning and review
May participate in customer interface with or without team leader
Selects scientific techniques to solve problems and makes sound recommendations
Assesses results for applicability, validity and conformance to specifications
Handles special projects, as assigned
Bachelor's Degree in Material Science or related discipline
5+years of relevant experience
In-depth understanding of materials science, structure-property relationships, manufacturing processes, analytical characterizations and measurement techniques.
Well versed with the latest published knowledge on OCTG and corrosion resistance alloys used in oil& gas, automotive, aerospace, marine and similar industries
Good problem solving skills with a drive for results
Good written and verbal skills
Ability to build peer relationships as well as work independently
Must be action-oriented, ethical in value, and have a strong customer focus
Masters or Ph.D. in Material Science or related discipline - Post Doctorate experience preferred
Familiarity with OCTG and corrosion resistant alloy properties, structures and processing.
Experience with alloy development and materials modelling
Familiarity with joining processes such as welding, brazing, soldering
Familiarity with mechanical characterization testing, fractography, thermal analysis techniques, compositional analysis, corrosion and microstructural analysis.
Familiarity with techniques used to analyse fundamental science in alloy properties and performance. Particular techniques include: optical microscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), x-ray diffraction (XRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and electrochemistry.
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Locations: United States; Texas; HOUSTON
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening.