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HELP WANTED FOUNDRY ENGINEER—Company in Ohio looking for a foundry engineer who is familiar with the gating and rigging of aluminum and magnesium sand castings. Candidate must have several years of experience. Contact: Box 2377, c/o MODERN CASTING, 1695 N Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555.


FOUNDRY ENGINEER—If you are a Foundry Engi- neer with strong background in tooling design and purchasing for Hunter molded Ductile Iron, We have an opportunity for you. Experience should include: Strong communication skills with customers, vendors and production while improving the bottom line and optimizing customer satisfaction. Green sand mold- ing, Isocure and shell core experience, supported by Solidworks and AutoCAD Skills will make you a top candidate for this position in a well-established 150 Ton foundry located in the Southwest. Contact: Box 2390, c/o MODERN CASTING, 1695 N Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555.


Premier Canton Employer TimkenSteel Corpora- tion Exciting Job Opportunity! TimkenSteel Cor- poration, located in Canton, OH has an immediate opening for an Induction Heating Maintenance Technician. We seek qualified candidates with a strong work ethic to join our winning team. Competi- tive pay plus bonus opportunities; Comprehensive benefits; 401(k) (with company match); Team-based environment. Learn more at www.timkensteel. com/careers and search the following position title or requisition number to review full job descrip- tion and requirements: Position Title: Induction Heating Maintenance Tech; Requisition Number: 1961. You can also submit your resume directly to: kim.x.patrick@timkensteel.com. All qualified ap- plicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.


Technical Sales


Well established large carbon producer for the foundry and steel industry seeks a highly motivated technical sales representative.


Responsibilities


• Regular visits to customers to offer technical advice


• Establish professional and personal customer relationships


• Travel throughout North America


Qualifications • Metallurgical degree


• 3-5 years experience in the foundry or steel industry


• Preferable melt and sales experience • Knowledge of customers and markets


• Excellent written and verbal communication skills


We offer an attractive salary and benefits package.


Please reply with resume and salary history in confidence to:


foundryandsteel2014@yahoo.com January 2015 MODERN CASTING | 57


Sales Specialist


AFS and the Institute, Schaumburg, Illinois, have an immediate opening for a Sales Specialist to help us deliver on our mission of advancing the metalcasting industry. This position will make direct sales calls on current and potential customers, assess their business needs and deliver customized AFS solutions to enhance business performance. This positon will become a relied upon resource for both AFS staff and metalcasters, as an important pair of eyes and ears out in the industry.


Qualifications: • Proven Sales Experience & Success • Understanding of Metalcasting Technologies and Operations • Strong Verbal & Written Communications Skills • Independent Thinker & Worker • Ability to Travel


AFS and the Institute offer a competitive salary and benefits package.


Send cover letter, resume and compensation request to:


AFS HR—Sales Specialist lsmith@afsinc.org 1695 N. Penny Lane Schaumburg, IL 60173


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