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Structural Analysis Engineer

Actalent

02/22/2022

Posting ID: JP-002664907

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Description:

Bachelor of Science (BS) in a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) discipline; or a Master’s of Science.

Experience in performing a wide variety of classical and finite element analyses.

Ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret Clearance.

Experience in performing a variety of classical and finite element analysis solution types. Experience with the following software tools: FEMAP and NASTRAN is preferred.

Analyzes, researches, and develops structural engineering specifications for metallic, non-metallic and composite structures in all phases of the product life cycle from preliminary design to sustainment.

Develop solutions to a variety of complex structural problems. A complete understanding and application of solid mechanics principles, concepts, practices, and standards is required.

Analysis of the structures could include loads development and dynamics, stress, stability, fatigue, and thermal assessment.

When finite element models (FEMs) are appropriate, critical thinking skills will be required to develop a FEM to capture appropriate behavior of complex non-linear structures.

Due to the complex nature of the systems analyzed, the position requires working closely with multiple engineering disciplines.

Additional work responsibilities may include task planning, conducting technical peer reviews, and mentoring junior engineers.

Skills:

Engineering, thermal analysis, structural analysis, nastran, ansys, stress analysis

Additional Skills & Qualifications:

Bachelor of Science (BS) in a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) discipline; or a Master’s of Science.

Experience in performing a wide variety of classical and finite element analyses.

Experience in performing a variety of classical and finite element analysis solution types. Experience with the following software tools: FEMAP and NASTRAN is preferred.

Analyzes, researches, and develops structural engineering specifications for metallic, non-metallic and composite structures in all phases of the product life cycle from preliminary design to sustainment.

Develop solutions to a variety of complex structural problems. A complete understanding and application of solid mechanics principles, concepts, practices, and standards is required.

Analysis of the structures could include loads development and dynamics, stress, stability, fatigue, and thermal assessment.

When finite element models (FEMs) are appropriate, critical thinking skills will be required to develop a FEM to capture appropriate behavior of complex non-linear structures.

Due to the complex nature of the systems analyzed, the position requires working closely with multiple engineering disciplines.

Additional work responsibilities may include task planning, conducting technical peer reviews, and mentoring junior engineers.

About Actalent:

Actalent connects passion with purpose. Our scalable talent solutions and services capabilities drive value and results and provide the expertise to help our customers achieve more. Every day, our experts around the globe are making an impact. We’re supporting critical initiatives in engineering and sciences that advance how companies serve the world. Actalent promotes consultant care and engagement through experiences that enable continuous development. Our people are the difference. Actalent is an operating company of Allegis Group, the global leader in talent solutions.

The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.

Contact Information

Recruiter: Joel Trainor

Phone: +16232592835

Email: jtrainor@actalentservices.com

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