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At Novelis, engineering is among the most crucial roles in our development of products and strategies that are constantly moving aluminum forward. And as an engineer here, your opportunities to create real impact are numerous and diverse.
Specialized engineering roles where your skills can make a difference at Novelis include:
Product (Metallurgical) Engineers work extensively with all Novelis sheet groups and facilities to ensure production of consistently high-quality products. Metallurgical engineers operate on a sheet- and group-wide basis, providing technical guidance to all manufacturing and support departments in the areas of product and process metallurgy.
Automation Engineers provide expertise in automation, computer control and process knowledge, and are a critical part of manufacturing, particularly in terms of safety, quality and cost objectives. These positions require a B.S. degree in computer or information systems. Experience in the maintenance, design, development, implementation, and optimization of automated systems relevant to industrial process control is preferred.
Mechanical Engineers provide a full range of engineering expertise, effectively servicing equipment, buildings, grounds, and utilities as needed. The services provided cover all phases of heavy industrial plant engineering typical of the metals industry, and are usually mechanical, electrical or civil in nature. This role may at times direct the work of outside contractors, draftsmen, engineering technicians or other elements of the maintenance workforce on special projects.
Electrical Engineers provide expertise for project and maintenance work as required to meet the plant’s objectives. This can include developing scopes of work, schedules and budgets for new equipment or modifications to existing equipment or control systems; carrying out engineering studies; reviewing and advising on designs; developing equipment specifications; supervising installations; and commissioning and providing cost controls.