Stress Engineer

  • Job Ref. 011691
  • Location Cheshire
  • Salary £ 38,000 - £ 45,000 p.a.
  • Job Type Permanent
  • Contact James Charlett

Job Description

A leading supplier to the aerospace sector has a new vacancy for a Senior Stress Engineer. An experienced Stress Engineer you will have experience of hydraulics and current aerospace standards.

Commutable from: Chester, Liverpool, Runcorn, Manchester, Middlewich, St Helens, Warrington, Salford, Stockport.

Salary: £ 38,000 - £ 45,000 p.a. plus benefits.

Suitable: Stress Engineer, Senior Stress Engineer, FEA Engineer, FEA Analyst, Stress Analyst.

The Role

You will be responsible for the analysis and verification of new products, from simple hydraulics to complete systems. This includes the evaluation of loads, calculation of static & fatigue stress levels and the compilation of qualification test requirements.

Skills & Attributes:

Ability to determine loading mechanisms within structural systems though the interpretation of design data (drawings, CAD data etc.).
Understanding of relevant structural requirements including familiarity with aerospace standard practices and regulations
Knowledge of aerospace materials and processes with regard to strength & fatigue
Determine applied loads on components by interpretation of system drawings and specifications using classical methods or computer simulation tools.
Perform hand stress calculations using standard methods and data sheets.
Determine fatigue life of components using classical Miners type calculations and computer simulation software.
Produce Finite Element Analyses of components and systems using ABAQUS software.

The Candidate

Experience of stress analysis within the aerospace industry
Experience of Finite Element Analysis is again essential. Experience in the use of ABAQUS and ABAQUS/CAE is preferred although training can be provided.
Knowledge of fatigue analysis methods is required.

For more information send a CV to James Charlett.

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