MUST BE US CITIZEN. Supporting Dept of Defense/US Army program.
Onsite Only (No Hybrid/No Remote)
At least 5 years experience in relevant stress analysis of advanced composite or metallic structures.
Aerospace industry is preferred but other related disciplines may be considered.
Bachelor's degree with a Major in Engineering, Mechanical or Aerospace is preferred.
Related degrees with relevant experience will be considered.
Must have strong knowledge in fundamentals of analysis and design of air vehicle structures.
Must have proficiency with finite element analysis of complex models.
Must have PC proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Must have the ability to communicate efficiently and effectively to coordinate and lead stress activities and report status to program management.
Must be able to build and maintain effective relationships with customers, internal and external.
Organize and prioritize
Airframe Stress Engineer Tasks:
Perform detailed analyses to satisfy strength, stability, stiffness, fatigue, weight, manufacturing, and other requirements for advanced vertical lift composite and metallic structures using both classical and finite element methods.
Coordinate closely with Airframe Design but also across multiple engineering, manufacturing, supplier, laboratory, flight test, and project management teams.
Communicate status or issues to teammates, leadership, customers, or authorities at completion milestones during the effort.
Review detailed part or assembly definition prior to production release.
Examine structural or material discrepancies and create associated inspection and repair procedures at production phase.
Develop and author test plans, instrumentation requests, monitoring limits, and stress reports to ensure airworthiness.
Mentor other engineers when required.
Execute Tasks to Cost and Schedule Requirements.