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5 June 2014
Materials Scientist positions
ESL ElectroScience

ESL, a world leader in electronic materials, with world headquarters located in Suburban Philadelphia, PA, is looking to fill multiple open Materials Scientist positions in their Product Development Group. See the complete job description for more information.

19 May 2014
Dental Technology positions
Glidewell Dental Labs

Glidewell is the world's largest dental laboratory (~3,600 employees and ~$250M in sales). They need to fill four key positions as shown below. Glidewell offers unrivaled compensation, an innovative and collaborative work environment, and paid relocation to Newport Beach, California (between San Diego and Los Angeles). Please contact Stuart Kirsch, Technology Recruiting Consultant, at stuart@edeltech.com.

Director of Materials Research and Development – Dental Technology
Ceramics Engineer / Materials Scientist – Dental Technology
Lead Ceramic Engineer - Dental Technology R&D
Manufacturing Process Engineer – Dental Ceramics

6 May 2014
Technical Services Problem-Solver
Air Products

Air Products is seeking two senior metallurgists with a proven track record and problem solving skills in high temperature metallurgy to staff their High Temperature Materials and Engineering Center (HTMEC) and Materials Engineering and Technology Center (METC). See the complete job description for more information.

21 April 2014
Technical Services Problem-Solver
Epic Systems Corporation

Epic, a healthcare software development company in Madison, Wisconsin, seeks an engineering graduate to join their analytical IT team. Relocation to the Madison area is reimbursable. For more information, contact Gina Davis, Epic Human Resources & Recruiting, at 608-777-774 or gdavis@epic.com. See the complete job description for more information.

6 February 2014
Assistant Professor (tenure track)
University of Virginia

The University of Virginia has an opportunity for a faculty Position in Materials Science and Engineering with a focus on Metallurgical Aspects of Fracture and Fatigue. See the complete job description for more information.