MUST BE US CITIZEN. Supporting Dept of Defense/US Army program.
Onsite Only (No Hybrid/No Remote)
At least 5 years aerospace structural design or transferrable industry related Experience
Bachelor's degree with a Major in Engineering, Mechanical or Aerospace is preferred.
Related degrees with relevant experience will be considered.
Metallic or Composite experience is desired, both preferred.
Must have proficiency with GD&T and general part sizing.
Must have proficiency in CATIA V5, CATIA V6, or Enovia. (Unigraphics, SolidWorks or other 3D modeling programs will be considered based on experience).
Must have PC proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Must have the ability to communicate efficiently and effectively to coordinate and lead design activities and report status to program management.
Must be able to build and maintain effective relationships with customers, internal and external suppliers, as well as horizontal integrations across the other teams to complete design tasks.
Airframe Design Engineer Tasks:
Create airframe structural designs based on trade studies, research, and analysis.
Create model-based definition, which includes 2D and 3D annotations, for detail, assembly, and installation of airframe components and engineering bill of materials.
Coordinate with other engineering, manufacturing, or specialty personnel to resolve problems.
Mentor other engineers when required and lead the team in developing technical solutions for assignments.
Specific tasks include responding to data/action requests from procurement, manufacturing, tooling, etc.
Execute Tasks to Cost and Schedule Requirements.
Support supplier/teammate design activity.
Support test activity, including test plan development, execution, and reports.
Apply technical knowledge, standards, principles, theories, concepts, and techniques to provide solutions to a wide range of difficult problems.