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Stress Engineer - MON00100

Toronto OR Montreal, Toronto OR Montreal
  • Canada – Montreal or Toronto

In your role, you will:

  • Perform structural analysis using classical hand analysis methods and finite element analysis on metallic and non-metallic structures
  • Understand customer requirements and prepare formal, controlled engineering documentation (i.e. structural analysis reports, specifications, etc.)
  • 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. 


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