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HELP WANTED Technical Director


Purpose: The Technical Directors helps to position AFS as an indispensable technical resource to the metalcast- ing industry; provides administrative and technical assistance to the Technical Council committees to assist them in achieving the Society’s goals and objectives; and serves as a technical resource to the AFS members.


Key Accountabilities:


• Serve as technical liaison to assigned technical committees, helping them to advance the AFS mission and vision. Supervise administrative services for those committees.


• Administer annual Casting Congress and program/papers activity. • Aggressively work to recruit individuals to participate in assigned committees.


• Plan and administer specialty conferences, ensuring detailed compliance with budgeted revenue and expense targets.


• Provide superior technical services to member companies. • Serve as technical resource for staff, AFS magazines, and AFS Institute. • Promote involvement and membership in AFS. • Support AFS chapters by serving as local chapter speaker on request. • Perform other duties as assigned.


Required Skills or Experience: The incumbent will:


• Have significant knowledge of one or more of the following areas: iron, steel, non-ferrous, sand and molding methods, additive manufacturing.


• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in an engineering, metallurgy, material sciences, or related curriculum.


• Knowledge of the metalcasting industry and manufacturing.


• Professional experience in industry, academia, research lab, and/or trade associations that is relevant to the position.


• Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to explain and work with data.


• Because of a high level of interaction with industry personnel, strong customer relations and communication skills are required.


• Willingness to travel frequently, with occasional evening and weekend work. • Effective public speaking and writing skills. • Must be able to read and write in English. • Must be able to multitask. • Must have valid driver's license.


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For more information, contact Cathy Potts at cpotts@afsinc.org


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HELP WANTED


Harrison Steel Castings Co. welcomes applications for: • Foundry Superintendent • Process Engineer • Foundry Engineer • Production Scheduler


Available benefits include medical, dental and vision insurance, 401k and profit sharing, and competitive salary. Apply at hscast.com/careers Questions: 765-762-9024 stonegm@hscast.com


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HELP WANTED


Manufacturers Reps wanted for a gray & ductile foundry located in the Midwest. Cupola and electric melt with Disamatics, B & P’s, Squeezers and Rotalifts. Casting range from 1# to 100#. Southeast, Southwest, and Northeastern territories. Contact sales@faircastinc.com or 641-209-4106.


Contact:


Fabio Cavalieri at 847/827-3622


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