Aeronautical Engineer - Entry Level

Description:Design of structural detail parts, assemblies and installations, as well as, systems installations. Engineer shall be responsible for: (1) development of layouts, preparation of engineering drawings, planning, scheduling, and coordination of activities with affected organizations, (2) help in the preparation of work statements, quotes and (engineering design analyses) EDAs to support customer requirements, product improvements and cost reductions, and (3) support of manufacturing operations and customers in resolving technical problems related to the aircraft structure and systems. Candidate must be able to coordinate efforts with progressively less supervision across a wide range of functional organizations, such as Planning, Tooling, Stress, Materials & Processes (M&P), Reliability and Maintainability (R&M), Materiel, Flight Sciences, Test, Manufacturing, and other Design Product Focus Teams (PFTs) to ensure that designs meet customer and derived requirements. Some travel and overtime may be required. Experience from internships a plus - Candidate would have aerospace design experience with knowledge of configuration management techniques, drafting/drawing conventions, and aerospace specifications and procedures. Experience with a combination of CADAM and CATIA graphics is a plus. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint is a plus. Excellent communication, presentation, people and team skills and a proven history of strong work habits and a positive attitude are expected. Prior aircraft experience is desirable and considered a plus.

Must be a US Citizen. This position is located at a facility that requires special access and will require the ability to obtain a Secret security clearance
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college in Mechanical, Aeronautical or Civil Engineering.

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