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Production Support Stress Enginer

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Aeropeople Ltd
07 January 2013
04 February 2013
Simon Portway
Contract Type
Inc package & relocation

Further information


Our customer is at the forefront of today's cutting edge Aerospace manufacturing industry.

With a global presence that offers a wide variety of composite component manufacturing solutions & aftercare products to an extensive list of customers that includes Airbus, Boeing & the MOD.

Due to an extensive period of growth & development they are seeking to appoint the services of a Production Support Stress Engineer to join their operation based in the South West UK region.


Providing support to the A350 composite spar manufacturing and Fixed Trailing Edge assembly operations, by the disposition of non-conforming materials, components and assemblies.

The role incorporates elements of design using Catia V5 and PDM Link SSCI to assess non-conformances and provide repair solutions to production via the Airbus SAP PAC system.

A strong knowledge of composite manufacturing and assembly processes is also required, in order to implement repair schemes in a timely manner to align with production schedules.

Daily integration required with the customer to ensure full agreement of design proposals and to fully understand and further work / Interface tasks required with other RSP?s or suppliers.

Previous experience of carrying out concession work in a production environment would be an advantage and the candidate would ideally have held design signatory in a previous role.
An attractive annual salary & package will accompany this position, re
location is also available.

Contact Simon Portway for full details.

Applications from EU candidates are welcome.

Regrettably only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Aeropeople Ltd

Aeropeople is firmly established as one of the leading suppliers of manpower resource in various engineering-based industries

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