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Stress Engineer / Abaqus OH

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Job Title: Stress Engineer
Job Number: 158508/8010
Location: Independence, OH
Compensation: 65-70/hr
Assignment Length: 12 month contract

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UTC Aerospace Systems is one of the world’s largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and defense products. We design, manufacture and service systems and components and provide integrated solutions for commercial, regional, business and military aircraft, helicopters and other platforms. We are also a major supplier to international space programs.

In 2012, UTC Aerospace Systems was formed by combining two industry leaders, Hamilton Sundstrand and Goodrich, creating an organization with key positions on a wide range of aircraft flying today and substantial content on various UAVs, satellites, and ground and naval vehicles.

• Expert knowledge of strength, stability, residual strength, and fatigue analyses of detail designs of landing gear structural components using both computer modeling and analysis methods and classical calculation methods.
• Construct and analyze finite element structural models using ABAQUS
• Construct beam “stick” models and generate internal loads
• Perform preliminary sizing and detailed analysis of major structural components using classical analysis and FEA methods in support of preliminary design effort and formal drawing release
• Prepare high quality detailed stress reports for customer review and MRB support
• Review drawings with other company disciplines and provide structures input
• Analyze structural repairs for landing gear and systems structural components
• Working Knowledge of CATIA V5
• Good understanding of aerospace materials and manufacturing processes
• Responsible and accountable for all assigned stress tasks and its completion dates
• Ensure compliance to UTAS-LS engineering methodologies
Basic Qualifications Search Bachelor's degree or equivalent in mechanical/aerospace engineering or related discipline with a minimum of 10 years of directly related stress analysis experience
• Experience with ABAQUS or similar is required
• Clear understanding of external loads, load paths and development of free body diagrams
• Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
• Demonstrated mechanical aptitude
• Strong background in classical analysis of metallic components
• Good understanding of aerospace materials and manufacturing processes
• Proficient at using computing tools and programs including MS Office, Windows, Mathcad, and FE
• Prior use of PDM system (Smart-team, MatrixOne, Team Center)
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Must be able to verify U.S. Person status as defined by International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
• UTAS-LS Enterprise Values including Ethical Behavior, Customer Focused Improvement, Accountability & Teamwork and Openness & Trust

Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience in landing gear structural analysis
• Experience in developing internal loads
• Experience in preliminary design phase of a new program
• Aircraft Stress analysis experience highly preferred
• Writing stress reports for certification
• Proficient in CATIA V5
• Proficient in MathCAD
• Proficient in ABAQUS

The title of this position does not limit your duties, and the Company may require you from time to time to do any work within your capability.
 
Job Number: DW-8010
Job Location: Independence, OH
Rate: 65-70/hr max
Duration: 12 month contract
Input Date: 02/14/2017
Firm Name: MIDCOM CORPORATION
Attention: Jeana Edrozo
Address: 1275 N MANASSERO ST
City, State: ANAHEIM, CA 92807
Phone: 714/630-1999
800 Phone: 800/737-1632
Fax Phone: 714/459-7055
Email: jeana@midcom.com
Website: www.midcom.com

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