Teledyne Technologies

  • Materials Engineer - Advanced Thermoelectrics and Ceramics

    Job Locations US-MD-Hunt Valley
    Requisition ID
    Company Name
    Teledyne Energy Systems
    Citizenship/Visa Requirement
    US Citizen/US National/Perm Resident/ Asylee/Refugee
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  • Company Overview

    Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc., located 20 minutes north of Baltimore, Maryland, is a leading provider of custom power systems and gas generation solutions based on cutting edge fuel cell, electrolysis, thermoelectric and other power system technologies and staffed with a group of highly talented professionals. As a supplier of products and engineering services for demanding land, sea and space applications (including the Mars Curiosity rover power system), we offer exciting opportunities for energetic, self-motivated individuals looking for challenging opportunities to start or grow their careers.  We provide training and growth in both technical and program management tracks, and give our staff the opportunity to write papers, attend conferences and contribute to the extended technical community.  We also have an excellent benefits package.  Join our team and energize your future with a company on the move.

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    Work Description:

    • Develop/refine existing or new material production processes including hands-on process involvement to control and improve material performance and quality
    • Solve material issues and problems for a range of technologies
    • Develop component, subsystem and system designs.
    • Develop future thermoelectric materials and advanced modules
    • Provide material expertise and creativity as a member of a design team.
    • Subject matter opportunities include:  
      • High temperature and mixed materials equipment and processing
      • Thermoelectric (semiconductor) processing and development
      • Ceramic bonding
      • Plating and coating processing





    • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Chemistry or Physics with an emphasis in material science and/or solid state physics with
    • 5 plus years relevant hands-on experience in the development of thermoelectric or ceramic materials.
    • Demonstrated hands-on knowledge and experience  in one or more of the following;  ball milling, melting, sintering, hot pressing, vacuum brazing, coating, ceramic tape casting, assembly
    • Experience with low volume/high value processes
    • Self-motivated and good problem solving skills
    • Good written and verbal communication skills


    Desired (considered but not required):

    • Advanced degree
    • Experience with advanced thermoelectric material
    • Experience with high temperature materials
    • Experience in;
      • Powder processing (inductive melting, hot pressing, sintering and conventional melting)
      • Material joining (welding, brazing, or reaction / diffusion bonding)

    Citizenship Requirements

    Due to the type of work at the facility and certain access restrictions, successful applicants must be a "U.S. Person" (US citizens, US nationals, lawful permanent residents, asylees or refugees).

    Teledyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, transgender, pregnancy, marital status, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability, protected Veteran Status, genetics or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

    If you need assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment, please email or call (805)373-4545. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only those inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will receive a response.


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