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HELP WANTED


Foundry Superintendent Casting & Forging Manufacturing Engineers Wanted!


Ford Motor Company is currently seeking technical professionals and recent graduates to apply a combination of craftsmanship, technology and innovative engineering to deliver Best-In-World HPDC, forged, cast aluminum and iron components to support its global powertrain manufacturing requirements.


Minimum Requirements: BS Engineering or BS Engineering Technology


Preferred Requirements:


• Mechanical, Electrical, Materials, or Metallurgical Engineering • Metal forming and Material Science knowledge base


• Previous experience with casting or forging manufacturing desirable


At Ford Motor Company, we are dedicated to designing, manufacturing and selling high quality vehicles that meet the diverse needs of our customers. We believe our employees and the different perspectives that they bring to the business are the driving force behind our success. Come discover a company that is focused on the quality of our vehicles, the environment, the community and the world in which we live.


Candidates for positions with Ford Motor Company must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verifi cation of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.


We have a commitment to our products and customers, but also know that our employees are the driving force behind our success. Find out what it is like to love your job. Come discover a Company that is focused on designing better cars, but also cares about you, your family and your community. By choice, we are an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a culturally diverse workforce


The distance between you and an amazing career, has never been shorter. Find out more and apply at www.careers.ford.com (ref: 6337BR)


Advanced Centrifugals Ltd. one of the nations leading producers of centrifugally cast stainless steel products is currently recruiting for a Foundry Superintendent position in our facility located in Cambridge, WI. This position reports directly to the Foundry Manager and will be responsible for assisting in overseeing daily operations of the foundry. The successful candidate will have direct supervisory experience. Previous experi- ence with induction melting and centrifugal casting operations is also preferred. This challenging and rewarding career opportunity offers excellent compensation and benefi ts including a relocation package for eligible candidates. Please send your resume to: Greg Schuetz, Steeltech Ltd., 1251 Phillips Ave. S.W.,


Grand Rapids, MI 49507, or E-mail to: gschuetz@advancedcentrifugalsltd.com or fax to: 616-243-0091.


Interested in Shaping Minds? Become an Instructor for AFS and the Institute.


Have technical expertise in the fi eld of metalcasting? Want to share that knowl- edge to help others become more eff ective in their jobs? Teaching an Institute course may be for you. T e Institute is currently accepting applications for instructors in all areas of metalcasting. Candidates should:


• Have teaching and/or coaching experience


• Possess 5 years of hands-on experi- ence in the metalcasting industry


• Feel comfortable with speaking to large groups


• Be willing to teach at least twice per year and travel


• Wish to participate in a train-the- trainer program, and a yearly evaluation and improvement process


V The site for all the details on AFS Services, events, conferences and much more!


http://buyersguide.moderncasting.com www.afsinc.org


For more information contact: Jennifer Head at jhead@afsinc.org


See the Buyer's Guide online at: 72 | MODERN CASTING November 2013


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