|Location: Central Bedfordshire, England||Salary: Negotiable|
|Sector: Client Delivery, Engineering||Specialism:|
|Type: Contract||Contact: Matt Scott|
Stress Engineer needed for a multinational Aerospace organisation based in Bedfordshire who are looking to employ an experienced and well-rounded Stress Engineer to perform analysis to demonstrate the structural and strength aspects associated with aircraft structures, equipment, systems, components in accordance with the technical requirements and the Statement of Work specified within the scope of the contract.
What the role entails:
Some of the main duties of the Stress Engineer will include:
To conform to the company procedures, processes and standards
To meet the Technical Specification and any other specified requirements.
To provide Structural advice, analysis, test schedules and test reports based on
Project timescales and budget.
Working with other team members as appropriate to ensure overall project delivery
To perform tasks as necessary to show that equipment, structures and components comply with the strength and structural requirements defined in the Technical Specification within the scope of the contract including:
Writing structures working files, stress reports, test schedules and reports
Advice to the design office on structural concepts, materials and fasteners.
Generating Finite Element Models and interpreting results
Support efficient running of Stress office including aiding with standard stressing methods and procedures.
To support the provision of timely, economic, design solutions.
What experience you need to be the successful Stress Engineer:
Competent working knowledge of structural and stress analysis specifically relating to the analysis of modifications/repairs in an aerospace environment.
Understanding of Static, Fatigue and Crack Growth analysis on metallic and composite structures.
Proficient in the use of analysis software.
Numerate and computer literate.
Familiar with MS Word and Excel. Knowledge of Mathcad preferable.
Basic knowledge of civil and military structural airworthiness requirements.
Key Skills you should display as a Stress Engineer:
Clear and concise reporting.
Good interpersonal skills
Methodical worker with ability to self-check work
Good customer interface and presentation skills
Good communication skills
Able to prioritize work and operate on multiple projects simultaneously
Capable of working assiduously to meet deadlines
This really is a fantastic opportunity for a Stress Engineer to progress their career. If you are interested, please apply as soon as possible as this position will be filled quickly so don't miss out!
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