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Sean Cook

Sean Cook

Kayvan Alavi

Kayvan Alavi

Date posted: July 22, 2016

Chatsworth, California: The Precision Division is pleased to introduce Kayvan Alavi and Sean Cook, two mechanical engineers who were hired in the spring to fill openings in the Applications Engineering department. Kayvan and Sean are responsible for working closely with customers on bearing designs for new applications in the aerospace, medical, dental, and other high tech industrial markets.

"Kayvan and Sean have quickly learned their roles and responsibilities and are moving just as fast to understand the bearing business and our customers," said Adam Van Wagner, Manager of the Applications Engineering department. "They are eager to take on new assignments and additional challenges. We’re excited to have them on board and looking forward to their continued development."

Kayvan Alavi is a recent college graduate with over two years of professional experience as a mechanical engineer. Prior to joining NHBB, Kayvan worked as an Engineering Product Specialist for SLEEGERS Engineered Products in Ontario, Canada, and he held summer and post-graduate engineering internships with PSI Engineering and Ontario Power Generation. Kayvan earned his Bachelor of Engineering degree in 2014 from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada.

Sean Cook is a mechanical engineer with nearly four years of professional experience in product development, material research, and customer technical support. Prior to NHBB, Sean worked as a mechanical engineer for Del West Engineering in Valencia, California. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

The vacancies were the result of the promotions of Adam Van Wagner and Dan Gruenwald. Adam is now Manager of the Applications Engineering department, and Dan is the division’s Manufacturing Engineering Manager.

Contact NHBB for more information.