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This job expired on 06-11-2012
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Must have experience in basic Microsoft Office software applications including Word and Excel.
Must be able to work any shift, overtime and weekends as required.
Must be able to travel as necessary.
Documented Training (college courses or attendance at a 5 day course) in fatigue and/or DT and/or fracture mechanics is a plus.
BS in Aerospace, Mechanical, or Materials Engineering + 8 years Experience in Fatigue and/or Damage Tolerance and/or Fracture Mechanics.
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