Professional Aerospace Stress Engineer - Montreal Canada
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Aerospace - Engineering - Americas
Professional Aerospace Stress Engineer - Montreal, Canada.
Our Client is a global leader, creating innovative and game-changing aircraft. Their products and services provide world-class transportation experiences that set new standards in passenger comfort, energy, efficiency, reliability and safety. They are a global organization focused on working together with a team spirit.
In your role, you will:
- Perform various stress analyses of Static Strength, Fatigue/Durability, Damage Tolerance, and Finite Element Model (FEM) for metallic and composite structures.
- Prepare the official stress reports in English for certification purposes.
- Review engineering drawings and participate actively in new design.
- Perform Material Review Board (MRB) duties in support of Operations activities.
- Engage in Engineering development work.
- Support various Aircraft development projects and initiatives.
- Work in close cooperation with other Engineering/PMP functions (Liaison, Design, Materials & Processes, Weights, Project, Systems, Program, etc.) and Operations (Methods, Quality, and Production).
- Support the Engineering/PMO and Operations organizations.
This Permanent role is based in Montreal Canada, onsite working. Candidates must hold the rights to live and work in Canada.
- You hold a bachelor’s degree in mechanical/aerospace engineering.
- You have between 1 to 5 years of relevant experience in the aerospace industry (preferably with an OEM).
- You possess Material Review Board (MRB) work experience (preferred candidate).
- You have knowledge and experience of Aircraft structural substantiation analysis: Static, Fatigue/Durability, and Damage Tolerance.
- You have experience using Patran/Nastran, Nasgro, and Catia V5.
- You have proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office.
- You are an energetic person with good communication skills, who are willing to accept responsibilities in a multidisciplinary team working environment.
- You must also be a person with initiative, strong sense of responsibility and good engineering judgment.
- You have flexibility in working day, evening, or weekend if necessary.
- Bilingual (English and French) would be an asset