Structural Analysis Engineer 4
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Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems located in Redondo Beach, CA has an opening for a Structural Analysis Engineer 4.
The selected candidate will support Spacecraft programs and Advanced Technologies and will participate in the resolution of complex structural analysis problems for space based platforms and missions involving composite and metallic spacecraft structures. He/she will be responsible for performing analyses using commercial and in-house codes and providing solutions to a variety of structural related complex technical problems.
The candidate will collaborate with design engineers to insure structural integrity. He/she will perform finite element analysis of spacecraft primary and secondary structures, analysis of bolted and bonded Joints, composite laminate analysis, and analysis of fittings and fasteners. Duties include leading drawing analysis review and sign-off, presenting results at PDR/CDR meetings and Internal Design Reviews, documenting analysis results, and supporting structural testing including pre-test analysis. Responsibilities will also include leading a work package including interfacing with customer, technical support, proposal technical inputs, cost estimating, directing junior engineers, and meeting schedule and cost commitments.
The candidate will be required to coordinate with other engineering disciplines for analysis inputs and design implementation details, document stress analyses and report results to internal and external customers when necessary. The position requires extensive experience in both Composite and Metallic Structural Analysis.
- Bachelors of Science degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math) field from an accredited institution and9 years of engineering experience in an aerospace environment OR
- Masters of Science degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math) field from an accredited institution and7 years of engineering experience in an aerospace environment
- Extended working knowledge of stiffness analysis, strength analysis, thermal distortion analysis, composite materials analysis, fracture mechanics analysis, and FEA.
- Complete understanding of stress analysis techniques, concepts and practices.
- Extended work experience using industry standard structural analysis software (NASTRAN (MSC & NX), PATRAN, FEMAP, MATHCAD, etc.).
- Active In-Scope DoD Secret Security Clearance
- Masters' Degree in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering
- Must be a self-starter and be able to handle multiple tasks in parallel.
- Experience in working in a spacecraft analysis team environment.
- Experienced in leading a team of engineers
- Experience in structural test applications is preferred
- Familiarity with CAD application (CATIA / NX) is desirable.
- Possesses strong leadership qualities, as well as strong verbal and written communication skills
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