R&D Specialist in Composite Materials Mechanics

Fiberline Composites, a world-leading company in the fast-developing technology of pultrusion, is seeking a R&D specialist for its Composite Engineering and Mechanics team within Technology.

 

Fiberline Composites, with headquarters and technology center in Middelfart, Denmark, is a market developing and knowledge-based manufacturing company strategically focused on the wind turbine industry and a world-leading supplier of advanced carbon- and glassfiber composite materials for the most critical load-bearing structures of wind turbine blades. 

 

Advanced pultruded carbon- and glass fiber composites are at the forefront of modern wind turbine blade designs, and Fiberline Composites is undergoing a strong global expansion with establishment of manufacturing sites in multiple locations in Asia, North America and Europe.

 

The focus of this position is the development and validation of the materials mechanics of the numerous new products and composite materials systems that drive this growth.

To be considered for this role, you will hold an advanced degree or equivalent experience in Mechanics, Materials Science, Composites, or similar field with emphasis on mechanics of composite materials.

 

You will report organizationally within the Composites Engineering & Mechanics team and work alongside a strong team of dedicated professionals in Materials Science, Chemistry, Process Science and Project Management.  The position will be filled at the R&D Specialist or Senior R&D Specialist level according to qualifications.

 

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If you would like to know more about this position, please do not hesitate to contact Atina Kafilzadeh, Composites Engineering & Mechanics +45 25 27 76 01 or Casper Thorning, CTO, +45 25 27 76 08.

 

About Fiberline Composites A/S:

As a carbon- and glass fiber pultrusion specialist, we have been a trusted supplier to the wind power industry for the past 30 years. Our materials make up the mechanically most demanding parts of wind turbine blades, as root section inserts, spar caps and webs. In close collaboration with our customers, we push the boundaries for the performance in composites for the next generation wind turbine blades and profitable growth for our customers. For more information, visit www.fiberlinecomposites.com