Prepare and present design review material in support of technical interchange meetings with suppliers and external/internal customers
Review designs for preliminary sizing of structural reinforcements and load path definition for structural modifications
Support design process from preliminary/conceptual design through critical/detail design
Write, Review or Approve structural substantiation reports that meet technical requirements for the program and certifying authorities (TCCA/FAA/EASA…)
Assess primary structure, secondary structure, and flight test installations from a static strength perspective
Perform fatigue and damage tolerance assessments based on customer’s mission profile requirements
Perform Material Review Board (MRB) duties in support of operations activities (as required)
As our ideal candidate,
You must have a Bachelor of Engineering or equivalent.
You must have a minimum of 8 years of relevant stress engineering experience.
You must have proficiency in FEM tools (i.e. Patran, Nastran, Nasgro, Altair).
You must have proficiency with all Microsoft Office software applications.
You have proficiency with CATIA V5.
You have an understanding of civil aircraft certification rules and experience in certification procedures.
You must have excellent communication and listening skills, and the ability to interface constructively and effectively in a cross functional team environment.
You must be able to work independently and efficiently multitask.
You must have a good understanding of aircraft structural load path and have experience with analysis methodologies for various primary and secondary structural components (static, fatigue and damage tolerance).
MRB is an asset (might be a requirement for some positions)
Experience in an integration role or function is an asset
You are eligible to view and handle ITAR material.