2183 - STRESS ENGINEER - resume - cv. word doc only
Preliminary and detailed sizings.
Stress analyses to ensure requirements (strength, fatigue, damage tolerance, weights, customers) are met.
Validation of engineering drawings and IPDT support.
Preparation of certification reports and support to entry-into-service.
Have a University mechanical or civil or aerospace engineering degree with a minimum of 5 years relevant experience. Your experience should include at least one of the following skills in the structural integrity qualification (loads, stress, fatigue and damage tolerance) of airplane components.
Knowledge of CATIA, finite element modeling and analysis is an asset. General computer skills are essential.
Must be a self-motivated person, a team player able to work under pressure and under a minimum of supervision.
Must be able to read and write in English and have good communication skills. Being completely bilingual (French and English) is an asset.
Must have knowledge and experience of structural sizing methodologies.
Must be competent in one of the following and have some knowledge of all other aspects of analysis (Structural stress analysis, FEM, fatigue/DTA and loads).
Must have experience in at least one of the following skills in the structural integrity qualification (loads, stress, fatigue and damage tolerance) of airplane components.
Must have Excellent knowledge of aircraft structure and system installation technical requirements ( TCCA, FAA & EASA).
Must have Experience of working with new design and must be able to demonstrate understanding of aircraft component load path and functions.
Must have experience using Patran and Nastran.
Must have working knowledge of Catia V5, finite element modeling and analysis is an asset.
Must be computer literate and familiar with commonly used software ( MS Office )
Paid – 3 Mths Only - @ $225 per. Wk
Paid – NOT at 1.5
TDM TECHNICAL SERVICES
3924 CHESSWOOD DR
TORONTO, ON M3J 2W6