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HELP WANTED


EHS Specialist / Technical Director / Senior Technical Director The individual in this position analyzes and communicates technical information and regulatory policy positions on environmental, health, safety (EHS) and other matters to industry, to the U. S. Congress, to regulators and via AFS publications and media. This person serves as a technical resource to AFS members and the industry in the areas of metalcasting technology and EHS compliance. The incumbent will be an active participant in the day-to-day operations of the AFS Technical Services Department.


Key Accountabilities:


• Stay informed about metalcasting EHS-related issues and be a primary technical resource to the metalcasting industry on such matters. • Convey technical information and AFS policy positions on EHS issues to industry, Congress and regulators orally and in writing. • Write columns for magazine readers and deliver content for other AFS media. • Serve as liaison for the AFS EHS committees and other committees and working groups as assigned. • Steer service inquiries to AFS-member companies and/or consultants as appropriate. • In collaboration with EHS Division committees, develop metalcasting research projects toward achievement of program goals and objectives. • Promote corporate and individual membership in AFS. • Promote AFS and the industry through active association with industry trade groups as schedules permit. • Technical resources for staff, AFS magazine and AFS Institute courses. • Position requires travel, occasional weekend and evening work. Perform other duties as assigned.


Job Requirements • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in engineering or science, preferably with a metallurgical, safety or environmental emphasis. • A minimum of 5 to 7 years manufacturing experience. • Knowledge of EHS regulations. • Ability to think on one’s feet and convey information persuasively. • Excellent oral and written communication required • Must be able to multitask and effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously. • Must have valid driver's license. Must be able to read and write in English. Must have valid driver's license. Must be able to read and write in English.


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APPLY FOR THIS JOB Contact Person: Cathy Potts • Phone: 847-824-0181 Ext. 207 • Email Address: cpotts@afsinc.org


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TECHNICAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE—Established Midwest foundry is currently seeking applicants for a grey and ductile iron casting sales position. This position could eventually develop into the sales and marketing director and will be responsible for all sales and marketing. The responsibilities will include identifying prospects, new customer development, consulting with management on new job start-up, preparing and presenting monthly sales meetings, identifying potential new markets and technical advancements. Associate or comparable foundry experience and a minimum 2-3 years of sales experi- ence is preferred. Please reply to: Box 2411 c/o Modern Casting, 1695 N. Penny Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60172-4237.


Large west coast automated aluminum foundry is looking for local representation in Northern and Southern California. Foundry sales experience preferred. Please email steveullman@travispattern.com


Wanted: experienced sales engineer for copper based alloys. Territory to be North America with specific focus on the Mid West and East Coast foundries. Excellent opportunity to make good money. The Company produces high quality copper based alloys at very competitive pricing. Please send inquiries to Box 2412 C/O Modern Casting, 1695 N. Penny Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555


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