Career Center

Job Seekers, Welcome to NSPE Job Board
Search Filters
Use this area to filter your search results. Each filter option allows for multiple selections.
Search Results: 362 Jobs
Save Agent
Loading... Please wait.
Safran Aerospace Composites

Rochester, New Hampshire

TMEIC CORPORATION AMERICAS

Roanoke, Virginia

NEW! NEW!
Ball State University

Muncie, Indiana

NEW! NEW!
Thorlabs Logo
Thorlabs

Sterling, Virginia

NEW! NEW!
University of Mississippi

Oxford, Mississippi

NEW! NEW!
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency | SFMTA

San Francisco, California

National Nuclear Security Administration Logo
National Nuclear Security Administration

Nationwide

Texas New Mexico Power

Alvin, Texas

Washington State Department of Enterprise Services Logo
Washington State Department of Enterprise Services

Olympia, Washington

Little Rock Water Reclamation Authority

Little Rock, Arkansas

City of Turlock, California

Turlock, California

Milhouse Engineering and Construction Inc.

Chicago, Illinois

City of Oxnard

Oxnard, California

New Smryna Beach Utilities

New Smyrna Beach, Florida

Thorlabs Logo
Thorlabs

Newton, New Jersey

City of Baytown Logo
City of Baytown

Baytown, Texas

ERDMAN

Wisconsin

City of San Angelo, TX Logo
City of San Angelo, TX

San Angelo, Texas

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos, New Mexico

ITC Incorporated

Hudsonville, Michigan

Moore Engineering Company Logo
Moore Engineering Company

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Klute Inc. Logo
Klute Inc.

York, Nebraska

Thayer Power and Communication Logo
Thayer Power and Communication

PATASKALA, Ohio

Loading... Please wait.
Expand Show Other Jobs
Job Saved Save Job
Association Logo
Quality Engineer
Safran Aerospace Composites
Email Print
About Safran Aerospace Composites
Safran Aerospace Composites is a subsidiary of Safran Aircraft Engines, responsible for the manufacturing of composites parts of Safran's LEAP engine. Our location is dedicated to the production of 3D woven composite parts, made using the RTM (resin transfer molding) process. The first application of this technology is the production of blades and fan cases for the LEAP® engine, developed by CFM International, designed to power the next generation of single-aisle aircraft. This technology brings less noise and uses less fuel for aircraft engines, contributing to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. We do it with energy, passion, and curiosity, and we’re backed by our rich heritage and culture of innovation.
Connections working at Safran Aerospace Composites
https://careers.nspe.org/jobs/16854401/quality-engineer
Loading. Please wait.
Powered By Naylor Association Solutions