Typical Materials Tester Responsibilities include:-
-Rheological material testing and analysis for the development of mechanical properties
-Preparation and conduction of tests and trials in line with current processes
-Building rheological test procedures for material qualification
-Interpret bonding material behaviours and failure points
-Create new testing techniques
-Providing technical reporting using reference to material mechanical properties
-Identifying and reporting on trends following analysis of materials
-Ensuring compliance with Health and Safety legislation
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Worcester,a city in Worcestershire, England, is 31 miles southwest of Birmingham, surrounded by Hereford and Gloucester, with a population of approximately 100,000. The city offers idyllic views of the River Severn and Worcester Cathedral.
Worcester's two train stations, Worcester Foregate Street and Worcester Shrub Hill, offer valuable transport links to Birmingham and other parts of the Midlands, via Kidderminster. The M5 Motorway runs north-south immediately to the east of the City and is accessed by Junction 6 (Worcester North) and Junction 7 (Worcester South). This makes the city easily accessible by car to most parts of the country, including London which is only 118 miles
Notable suburbs in Worcester include Barbourne, Blackpole, Cherry Orchard, Claines, Diglis, Northwick, Red Hill, Ronkswood, St Peter the Great (also simply known as St Peters), Tolladine, Warndon and Warndon Villages.
Roles located in Worcester are commutable from Droitwich, Redditch, Kidderminster, Bromsgrove, Birmingham, Cheltenham, Malvern, Tewkesbury, Evesham, Pershore and beyond.