Who we are looking for
We are looking for hard-working, fun people. People who are passionate about keeping humans flying safely. We take our jobs seriously, value continuous improvement and are always looking for more top industry talent.
What we do
At CFM Materials, we create a one stop shop for our customers to purchase hard to find, top quality, used CFM56 & Leap jet engine materials. It’s what we love to do and we just happen to have a team of employees who are the best in the industry at what they do!
What we offer
We love rewarding our talented employees for the work they do every day. Our culture is based on the respect of our employees. We believe that doing what is in the best interest of CFM Materials, is doing what is in the best interest of the employees!
When we have an opening, we look within first. Promoting our employees and providing learning and growing opportunities are top priorities for us.
We support development for all employees throughout their careers. We invest in training, year after year, to meet today’s technological, human and organizational challenges.
We are a 50/50 Joint Venture between Safran Aircraft Engines &
GE with a network of over 300,000 employees worldwide which provides additional growth and development opportunities.
We offer flexible work schedules!
We believe in the benefits that come from a diverse culture. We believe diversity is a source of innovation and prosperity.
We believe in responsible behavior, where we focus on our people, respect the commitments that we have made and value the power of teamwork.
We ensure that our business is conducted in compliance with the highest standards of honesty, integrity and professionalism.
We promote open and honest communication and are committed to listening to our employees. We know that their ideas make our business better.
We know our employees are the key to our success so we encompass an employee-focused attitude.
“The best thing about working for CFMM is always learning something new and gaining experience each and every day.”