Senior Structural Analysis Engineer

Senior Structural Analysis Engineer.

Senior Structural Analysis Engineer





Mechanical Design

We are looking for an experienced Senior Structural Analysis Engineer within the aviation industry who is looking for the next step in their career, to join an innovative and leading aviation manufacturer within Munich, leading the charge in sustainable air travel.

Within the position you will be responsible for:

  • Improving, defining and adapting Stress and F&DT methods, assumptions, data and procedures for metallic and composite structures
  • Stress, fatigue & damage tolerance analysis reports and certification documents in line with relevant regulations (e.g. CS/JAR/FAR Part 23/25/27/29).
  • Assess and proof of production non-conformities (concessions).
  • Stress and fatigue analysis for the repair/acceptance of damaged structures.
  • Establish the required check procedures and progress monitoring aligned with the program process.

What is required for this position:

  • Engineering degree (MA Eng/Sc, Dr./PhD.) in aerospace or mechanical engineering
  • Expertise in field of stress, fatigue & damage tolerance for metal and composite components.
  • 10+ years professional expertise in structural analysis activities throughout the development phases and lifecycle
  • Wide proficiency of airframe certification requirements
  • New aircraft development experience (CS25)

If you are interested in finding out more about this position, please submit your CV and we will be in touch!

Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Tommy Somers

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