FUNCTION: Assumes responsibility for managing projects, and activities related to promoting industry standards in compliance with ANSI essential requirements.
Directs the maintenance of current industry standards for tempers and alloys; promotes and disseminates standards to member companies.
Serves as staff executive and chief policy advisor for the Electrical Division.
Prepares, and/or oversees, the writing and editing of technical and application articles and publications.
Represents the Aluminum industry as liaison to other standards development organizations.
Supports Vice President, Standards and Technology by responding to technical and general queries from customers, government agencies, the media and the public concerning aluminum standards and applications.
Assumes additional responsibilities as appropriate or as requested.
Undergraduate degree (BS) in Engineering, Metallurgy or related discipline. MS or MBA degree preferred.
12-15 years’ experience in technical management of production processes and applications in the aluminum or other metals industry.
Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities.
Knowledge of the latest developments in aluminum products, applications and standards in North America and other regions.
Demonstrated ability to prepare and make presentations to domestic and international industry and standards bodies, customer and allied groups, the Board of Directors and other staff committees, as required.
Additional Salary Information: Salary dependent upon experience and industry knowledge.
Generous benefits package.
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