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Mechanical Engineer-Structural Analyst

Company:
Royce Ashland Group, Inc.
Location:
Scottsdale, AZ
Posted:
November 07, 2019

Description:

Currently looking for a Mechanical Engineer-Structural Analyst to fill an opening with a company located in Scottsdale, AZ, Denver, CO or Alpharetta, GA. The position can be based in any of these cities. Interested candidates must hold a bachelor's degree and minimum 6 years of prior relevant experience or a Graduate Degree and a minimum of 4 years of prior related experience.

This position will be responsible for providing Structural Analysis support to customer-funded programs and internal research efforts within our Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) business unit.

Responsibilities of the Mechanical Engineer-Structural Analyst:

Perform analysis tasks on precision mechanisms and large deployable structures in a program team environment.

Program support includes loads derivation, trade studies, design sensitivity/optimization studies, preliminary and final design analysis, generation of analysis documentation (including presentation materials, and deliverable data packages), and integration test support.

Assist in managing an integrated product team.

Requirements of the Mechanical Engineer-Structural Analyst:

Bachelor’s Degree and minimum 6 years of prior relevant experience or a Graduate Degree and a minimum of 4 years of prior related experience.

Active TS/SCI or TS/SSBI security clearance.

Preferred Additional Skills:

Experience MSC ADAMS software.

BS/BA/MS Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, preferred.

Experience with space flight hardware analysis including precision mechanisms, composite structures, metallic, plastic, and composite components.

Experience with loads derivation, Finite Element Analysis techniques, failure modes evaluation including margin of safety generation and documentation, qualification test program development, and/or bond joint analysis.

Familiarity with CREO, FEMAP, NASTRAN, and MathCAD

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