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Turbomachinery Aerodynamics Engineer - - VT #2686

Anderson Recruiting Associates
Hartford, Vermont, United States
March 13, 2017

Posted By Premium Recruiter


Turbomachinery Aerodynamics Engineer needed! Job #2686

Location: Wilder Vermont or Chelmsford Massachusetts

Compensation: Competitive

Relocation: Available

Company is seeking an aerodynamic/hydrodynamic engineer with significant experience in designing rotating turbomachinery (compressors, turbines, pumps and/or fans).

The successful candidate will design state-of-the-art turbomachines, carry out high-quality computational fluid dynamics (CFD) calculations, cover component rig testing, and provide detailed aerodynamic analysis based on the CFD and experimental data. They will manage and execute a wide range of turbomachinery projects, participate in design reviews, suggest and support design best practices, and play a significant role in developing advanced technologies in turbomachinery.

The applicant must possess good understanding of the physics and principles of turbomachinery aerodynamics, creativity and problem-solving skills, a proven track record for technical excellence, practical approach and teamwork, and excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Strong connection to the turbomachinery industry and academic community is an asset, as is familiarity with design tools. This is a mid to high-level position that requires 7+ years of experience in turbomachinery aerodynamics or hydrodynamics.

A master's degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering is required, PhD preferred.

BOTTOM-LINE REQUIREMENTS: (Candidates must answer)

1. Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, or related. PhD preferred.


2. 7+ years of experience in turbomachinery aerodynamics or hydrodynamics.


Please send resume in Word format to as an attachment and include salary, phone number and reference Job #2686. Candidates must also provide responses to the employer's BOTTOM-LINE REQUIREMENTS which are numbered and listed above!