Senior Structural Analysis Engineer
NOTE: Must have solid airframe experience.
We really need Aircraft people not
construction or civil engineers.
Leads development, integration and documentation of structural requirements to establish the system design. Coordinates with other engineering groups to establish the product's environment. Guides product design and verifies structural integrity by using and developing analytical methods, finite element models/simulations and other analysis tools throughout the product lifecycle to develop the structural environment, characteristics and performance. Leads development of test plans and configurations, supports test execution and analyzes/reports test results to validate and verify systems and components meet requirements and specifications. Defines and documents certification and test results to substantiate for customers and regulatory agencies that requirements are satisfied. Supports in-service products by leading investigations into failures and analyzing improvements. Develops analytical processes/tools to improve effectiveness, quality and efficiency of the development effort. Works under minimal direction. Ability to obtain a govt clearance will be required.
Please also be advised of our government conflict of interest screening process:
Most current and former U.S. Government employees (either active duty military or civil service), special Government employees, and certain loaned private sector employees are subject to U.S. Government employment conflict of interest laws and regulations. To comply with these government employment conflict of interest laws and regulations, all prospective candidates will need to be asked the following questions before discussing employment with The Client Company:
Are you currently:
A. A U.S. Government employee (either active duty military or civil service)? (Employees on "Terminal Leave" are considered current employees.)
B. Serving in a Reserve or Guard Component of the U.S. Armed Services?
C. An Advisor, Consultant, or "special Government employee" (for example, as a member of an advisory board, panel, committee) to any U.S. Government agency (such as the Department of Defense (DoD) or the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA))?
D. An employee of a private sector organization or company who is assigned or loaned to a U.S. Government agency?
Aerospace / Aviation / Defense
Engineering - Structural
United States - Missouri - St. Louis, MO.
The Compensation is 6 figures DOE
Benefits - Full
Relocation Assistance Available - Yes
Commission Compensation - No
Bonus Eligible - No
Overtime Eligible - No
Interview Travel Reimbursed - No
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Aztronix - 2 years ago
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