Chemical Engineer - Military Talent Only
Engineer Bradley-Morris is actively interviewing military officers and enlisted service members with engineering degrees to transition into civilian careers as engineers. After you ve registered as a job seeker, our team of military-experienced recruiters will evaluate your background and preferences to determine if our services will benefit your civilian job search. Once approved, they will match you with an engineering opportunity where you may be involved in research and development, design, product development, implementation or execution, and work as an individual contributor or as part of a bigger team.
- Develop chemical safety procedures for those working close to possible chemical reactions.
- Develop new or revise existing chemical substances such as fuels, lubricants or cleaning solvents.
- Troubleshoot and improve manufacturing processes through the application of chemical systems to avoid corrosion and depletion.
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