Our client is in the Los Angeles CA area and is a division of a world leading design and manufacturer of aerospace products and is looking for several Aircraft Structures & Interiors/Design & Stress responsible for providing design and analysis support to their engineering department.
Keltia is a technical support services company providing Engineering Design, CAD Training along with Specialized Technical Recruiting services to mainly the aerospace and other industries in WA State, around the US, Canada and Europe. We have been in business 20 years in the US and 8 years in Europe.
Aircraft Structures & Interiors/Design & Stress - Los Angeles CA
Interiors System Design & Stress Analysis Engineer/Structural Design & Stress Analysis Engineers: Support a variety of aerospace programs.
You will perform interior systems design or stress analysis / structural design or structural analysis, support development of conceptual design phases through to released engineering drawing and stress analysis reports, support testing and prepare documentation with a range of aerospace engineering disciplines.
As an Interiors System Engineer: you will be responsible for the design of interior components, including customer specification review, design specifications, system design, system integration, supplier type testing review and approval.
Interior Systems Stress Engineer: Performs stress analysis of complex interior, system and structural installations. Able to derive specific installation requirements from FAA and customer requirements.
Structural Design Engineers: Work with Aerodynamics, Loads, Performance & Handling Qualities, CFD and Stress Engineers to develop airframe structural configuration layouts Model. Specific tasks include: Primary and secondary structures and Fuselage and empennage structures.
Understanding of aerospace engineering principles and concepts related to metallic and composite aircraft structures and systems. Design applicants should have experience with industry standard hardware, materials, and manufacturing and tooling techniques. Should also be cognizant of design for weight, producibility, durability, and customer specific needs. Knowledgeable in the application of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) per ASME Y14.5-2009 drafting standard. Stress Engineer applicants should have experience with the application of the appropriate analysis method depending on the phase or complexity of the structure. The ability to interrogate CATIA models and use a PDM system is viewed as a benefit. Well qualified applicants will have familiarity with FAR Part 23 and Part 25 certification requirements.
- Familiar with stress analysis reports
- Familiar with design and stress for Aircraft Interior or Structural Products
- Familiar with drawing release and change processes (if applicable)
- Familiar with ASME Y14.100, Y14.24, Y14.5 – 2009 (if applicable)
Required For Design:
A Bachelor’s Degree in Manufacturing Engineering/Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Composite/Material Science, Industrial Engineering, or a similar field is required.
- Must be familiar with Microsoft Office products; some experience with Catia is required.
- A combination of Extensive work experience, (10+ Years) and other education may be substituted for a Bachelor’s Degree.
- Must be familiar with a variety of the fields' concepts, practices and procedures; must be able to rely on extensive experience, problem-solving skills and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
- An advanced degree M.S. Industrial, Mechanical, Manufacturing Engineering preferred.
Required For Stress:
- 5+ Years of relevant industry experience
- S. in Engineering
- Analysis skills on composite and metallic materials covering following domains: Structural (static, dynamic)
- Hand calculation methods
- Awareness for costs and schedule
- Problem solving skills
If interested, please send your updated resume in Word doc format to Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org with preferred pay requirements and availability and we will follow up very shortly.