Mechanical Engineer / Stress Analysis / FEA / Orlando, FL
Structures/Dynamics Engineer to perform structural analysis for flight structures and ground test support equipment's. Course work and stress analysis experience must include classical hand analysis as well as finite element analysis methods. Job duties may encompass; linear and non-linear stress analysis, composites analysis, modal analysis, buckling analysis, joint and mechanism analysis. The candidate should be highly skilled in finite element modeling and analysis, with expertise in the use of MSC or NX Nastran strongly preferred and pre/postprocessor experience in ANSA, NX, FEMAP, or I-DEAS preferred. Experience with high velocity impact analysis, flight test random vibration data reduction, or analysis/test correlation is a plus. Requires good verbal and written communications skills, and the ability to work in a team environment. Candidate will be required to support designers, materials engineers, and manufacturing engineers in new design to determine structural configuration options, good load paths, optimum material selection and weight, and affordable and producible parts with adequate margins of safety. Job duties may also require oversight or support of structural test including definition and planning, requirements, monitoring, data reduction and report writing, and correlation with analysis. Other duties may include failure review board (FRB) support, and production support including analysis to disposition Material Review Board items.
Relocation: Relocation assistance is possible for this exciting position.
The Locale: Orlando is a city in the Central Florida area. This region is a great place to live and to raise a family. Central Florida offers lots of attractive residential housing options. The Greater Orlando metropolitan area is the sixth largest metro area in the southeastern United States. The climate here is warm and sunny all year long for the most part. Orlando is home to the University of Central Florida (UCF), Walt Disney World, and SeaWorld. Where can you get to from Orlando? Orlando is about an hour's drive from Cocoa Beach and the "space coast" to include NASA and the Kennedy Space Center. Tampa is about 1 and ¼ hours from Orlando. West Palm Beach is about 2.5 hours to the south and Jacksonville is about 2 hours to the northeast. Atlanta, GA is 6 hours to the northwest.
-Candidate must be a US Citizen and have an Active Department of Defense Secret Clearance.
-Bachelor Degree from an accredited university, preferably in Mechanical Engineering or another related field.
-Experience in hardware design and development.
-Skilled stress and / or dynamics analyst.
-Experience with FEA modeling.
-Skilled in all Microsoft Office products.
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills are a necessity.
-Basic knowledge of Manufacturing methods.
Active Department of Defense Secret Clearance with an Investigation within 6 years.
Experience that includes one or more of the following;
-Desired proficiency with ANSA/Meta FEM tool, NASTRAN FEA solver and Matlab.
-Education and training in material characteristics, experience in fatigue assessments, structural analysis training in metals and welds.
-Training with various testing equipment's relative to stress and dynamics analysis.
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Job Location(s): Orlando Florida
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