Stress Engineer (Dassault)

On Application
14 Nov 2012
12 Dec 2012
Simon Portway
Contract Type
Full Time

Our customer is a world leader in the manufacture of composte components for a wide variety of industry sectors.

An opportunity for an experienced Stress Engineer to jopin thier operation based in Bristol has arisen.

As a professional stress engineer with an Aerospace, Aeronautical or general engineering degree you will have considerable experience in the aerospace industry working on composite or metallic components or structures.

This is a small team leader role and the essential skills required are Metallic’s, Classical methods and Primary structures of movables.

Weight saving and Optimisation are highly desirable.

Possessing a good working knowledge, experience and application of classical stress engineering methods; it is desirable that you have had exposure to processes across the product lifecycle from concept through to production.

This will include high levels of competency in areas such as: buckling, open-hole analysis, actuation, finite element methodology, composites, cell theory, failure criteria, sensitivity and stress concentrations.

With in-depth knowledge of stress analysis techniques, and good knowledge of airworthiness requirements.

You will demonstrate the capability of verifying the structural design philosophy by hand calculations and have good working knowledge of available bespoke software techniques, including NASTRAN, PATRAN Hypermesh, Hyperworks MathCAD and Visual Basic. Practically, you’ll be familiar with and proficient in converting test outcomes into clear and concise summaries for senior engineers.

In wanting to make a valuable contribution to the quality, safety and integrity of the aircraft, it is important you enjoy working as part of a highly professional and dedicated team, in an organisation known for commitment to its people.

Minimum of 7 years experienceDetail analysis of Metallic using classical methods Primary structures experienceWeight saving and optimisation desirable.

Contact Simon Portway for details.

EU applications welcome.

Regrettably only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.