***Stress Engineer - Propulsion (Remote working, Outside IR35)***
Would you like to join a global aerospace organisation and work with cutting edge technology where you will play a key role in bringing innovative electric aircraft to life?
Due to a drive for greater success, this advanced manufacturing business is currently searching for a Stress Engineer - Propulsion to add to their talented, hardworking team on a 6 month contract (extension possible). Striving for innovation and creativity you can ensure no two days will be the same. This role offers fully remote working with negotiable hourly rate, outside IR35.
This is a phenomenal opportunity to not only work for a prestigious, advanced organisation, but to gain skills and knowledge you will not find anywhere else.
As a Stress Engineer - Propulsion -you will be responsible for:
- Sizing and stress analysis of propulsion unit structures by means of hand calculations, numerical simulations (FEM) and optimization techniques
- Create, manage and validate detailed FE models of complete propulsion structures and systems, with responsibility for the full workflow of numerical modelling, solving and post-processing
- You will have a particular focus on topics such as:
- Linear and non-linear static analysis
- Fatigue analysis (LCF, HCF)
- Fracture mechanics analysis
- Vibration analysis such as Modal, Harmonic or forced response, Random vibration, Rotor dynamics)
In addition, you will also be responsible for model correlation with static and dynamic test data for certification purposes and creation of clear and concise technical reports and documentation.
To succeed within the role of a Stress Engineer - Propulsion, you will have the following skills:
- Engineering degree in Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or related field is required
- 5+ years of experience in structural analysis, with application to engines and/or turbomachinery
- Extensive working experience with the commercial implicit FE code OptiStruct, and corresponding pre- and post-processing tools (HyperMesh and HyperView) is a must
In addition, you should also have excellent knowledge of stress analysis methods, including vibration analysis and in-depth understanding of the loading scenarios and mechanical behaviour of aircraft structures, particularly complex multipart assemblies.
This is an exciting opportunity to work for a global business that has developed a strategy of working closely with its contingent workforce. Within the role, you can expect to:
- Improve work-life balance
- Be appreciated and valued
- Increase earning potential
If this sounds like the role for you, we'd love to hear from you!
PLEASE NOTE: A start date is fast approaching so apply as soon as possible!