40000-60000 Per Annum
over 2 years ago
Salary: £40k - £60k
Location: Tring, Hertfordshire
One of the world's leading Aerospace Manufacturing companies are looking for a Stress Engineer to join their team.
Our client are convinced tomorrow flights will be hybrid electric and even fully electrically powered. They will be flying VTol (Vertical Take off and landing), light jets and urban mobility solutions that will revolutionize the way we fly. If you want to dream big, to make a difference, to leave the routine and work on the future, we are looking for enthusiastic, visionary, and passionate geniuses to join their team.
Stress Engineer - Job Role:
The role is responsible for carrying out modelling, simulation, analysis and validation work to ensure that Electrical Machines designed and manufactured within SEP are fit for purpose and safe to fly
- Manages and delivers their own stress-related work packages and liaises with the customer/supplier as and when required.
- Working under the direction of the Stress Team Leader
- Delivering multiple stress related work packages
- Thermal, vibration, structural FEA analysis using Ansys Workbench
- Estimating task duration for single tasks or work packages.
- Working with Lead Engineers and Project / Programme Managers to stay abreast of customer needs
- Complete tasks to ensure milestones are met
- Driving improvements to processes and procedures
- Authoring, reviewing, and approving engineering documentation related to Stress/Multiphysics activities.
Stress Engineer - Person Requirements:
The ideal candidate must come for the engineering industry as a Stress Engineer. You will also have the following skills, qualifications and experience:
- An engineering degree (mechanical, rotating equipment, etc.)
- Significant FEA experience within an engineering discipline
- Experience in an industrial environment where the design, development and manufacture of precision machines is the core business.
- Experience in the analysis of high-speed rotating equipment with respect to stress, thermal and vibration/rotor dynamics using FEA, particularly Ansys
- Sufficient experience to work on complex stress related tasks on their own initiative with minimal need of supervision.
- A thorough knowledge of fatigue (the causes, effects and prevention) together with the ability to predict component life against defined mission profiles.
- The ability to produce and approve competent technical reports.
For more information please call Paul Gorton on 0161 976 3540.
LEAN Engineering Recruitment Ltd are acting as a 3rd party on behalf of our client. All applications will be held on our database for current and future positions.
We will endeavour to get back to all applicants but if you have not heard from LER within 10 working days then your application has been unsuccessful but please feel free to contact us for an update.