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Mechanical Systems Stress Analyst

Overview:
TSC is seeking stress analysis generalist with current/recent hands-on experience with Finite Element Analysis (FEA).
Additionally, the ideal candidate will have a strong background in analysis, manufacturing processes, and aircraft vehicle systems, and must be confortable in a fast paced and flexible environment.
The stress analyst is ultimately responsible for ensuring the vehicle structural design meets the customer mission requirements with positive margins of safety.
Responsibilities:
Reviews, updates, and compiles engineering analytical definition of components and assemblies based on records from the prototype build project Uses NASTRAN/FEMAP or comparable FEM codes to perform linear and nonlinear stress analysis Develops standardized analysis criteria and templatesPlays an integral role in the work flow release process for all structural designsSupports review of manufacturing plans and procedures to ensure compliance with design and loads requirementsKey initial emphasis will be on analysing structural integrity of air vehicle mechanical systems such as flight control components, actuation systems, etc.
, and their installation Qualifications:
Experience in aircraft or spacecraft vehicle systems and analysis processesKnowledge of aircraft manufacturing and sizing of systems using FEA models, including pre and post processing of NASTRAN models and associated sizingMinimum 5 years or more of applicable experience in the analysis of structural systems using strength of materials and finite element based methodsExperience with free-body diagrams and classical stress analysis techniques a mustHands-on experience with composites part fabrication and assembly processes and proficiency in FEMAP a plusPilot, aircraft homebuilding and rapid prototyping experience a strong plusExcellent verbal and written communication skillsExcellent organizational and problem-solving skillsStrong team playerExcellent computer skills, including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPointExperience with the design of flight vehicles or vehicle systems to a set of requirements or standards such as CFR 14, Part 400, Part 23 and 25, military or NASA are highly desiredExperience with manufacturing-based ERP systems, such as Oracle, is a plusApplicants must be "U.
S.
persons" as defined by the ITAR (22 CFR 120.
15)

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