Senior Application Engineer - Superabrasives

9 months ago
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Radiac Abrasives, Inc. is looking for an Superabrasives Senior Application Engineer to join our  team in our Oswego, IL facility.  Radiac is a TYROLIT Company that is owned by the Swarovski Group which is headquartered in Schwaz, Austria. For more than 100 years, Radiac has delivered industry leading technology and quality products and service to the metal finishing industry. Radiac is a TYROLIT Company that is owned by the Swarovski Group which is headquartered in Schwaz, Austria.


Provide technical cost saving reports to customers by applying Radiac’s Superabrasive products on centerless and cylindrical processes to support sales.

  • Manage existing and new customer Superabrasive projects
  • Continuous training for application engineers and TM’s for Superabrasive technology
  • Drive the use of the Atlas Program
  • Track Trials for timing and success
  • Work with manufacturing on new bond technologies for Superabrasive application
  • Present a weekly Status Report of all associated projects to Radiac’s Sales Organization
  • Identify and penetrate new Superabrasive sales opportunities
  • Understand the correct use for Diamond and CBN for resin, Vit, metal bond and plated systems
  • Flexible Travel Required
  • Collect and maintain documentation:
  1. Cost Analysis/Justification
  2. Process Data Sheets
  3. Training Aids/Materials


Minimum of 5 years of experience in Superabrasives.

B.S. in engineering or technical discipline

Strong knowledge in centerless and cylindrical grinding

Understanding of Grind Cycle Monitor  

Excellent verbal and written technical communication skills

Well organized, capable of managing multiple tasks and a diverse set of objectives

Achieve goals with minimal supervision and guidance



Successful Candidate Traits:


Strategic thinking

Sense of Urgency


Good listening skills

Detail Oriented




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