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Senior Engineer - Engineering Technology

  Kennametal, Inc. seeks a Senior Engineer - Engineering Technology to work in Latrobe, PA, to drive the standardization and development of common processes and systems that enable Global RD&E to deliver best-in-class advanced materials and tooling solutions. Duties include: (i) standardizing Technology's common and differentiating processes and computer systems to develop best-in-class productivity tools to drive design anywhere / build anywhere concepts; (ii) providing technical leadership related to product life-cycle management including materials, BOMs, documents, classification, CAD integration, change management, recipe management, and product, project, and portfolio management; (iii) providing services such as the creation and maintenance of drawings, CAD/CAM files, product classification, customer documentation, etc., in support of new product development, product line maintenance, quotes, and orders to support enterprise-wide technology and business unit goals; and (iv) coordinating and executing longerterm projects independently and complete work assignments independently.    Must have a bachelor's degree (or foreign equivalent) in Mechanical Engineering or a related field plus three (3) years of experience in a related position.   Must also have any experience with or knowledge of: (i) Siemens NX CAD/CAM; (ii) software languages (such as C#, C, C++, VB.net etc.), software development platforms, and relational databases; (iii) metalcutting product and manufacturing process; (iv) working within a cross functional team environment; (v) design for manufacturing and die set design; (vi) Product Lifecycle Management (SAP-PLM); (vii) statistical data analysis techniques to improve existing processes; and (viii) GD&T (geometric dimensioning and tolerancing). Equal Opportunity Employer
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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