Mechanical Engineers 4

This position description does not represent a current opening but may be used to identify candidates with skills and experience for positions within Northrop Grumman that frequently become available. Candidates who express an interest may be considered for future positions at Northrop Grumman.

Responsibilities for this Pipeline requisition are:

Stress analyst capable of performing static analysis for repairs to aircraft structure. Perform mostly hand calculations using applied loads or equivalent strength methods to determine repair margins of safety. Experience generating spring models, lug analysis, beam analysis et. Al. required. Ability to compile analytical results into a report format for customer review and approval. Candidate must be able to provide technical guidance to liaison engineers in the design and substantiation of aircraft structural repair. Need 10 years stress analysis experience in aircraft production or maintenance engineering related field. Structures DER is preferred but not mandatory.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering with minimum 10 years related engineering experience; 7 Years with Masters

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