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Airframe Structural Analysis Engineer - For Military Aircraft

Develops and provides engineering solutions for the overhaul and repair of large transport aircraft structural components, requiring a sound knowledge of the principles, theories, and concepts that are consistent with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regulations. Technical foundation to perform approvals of single and multi-use repair packages, and manage product center workflow and schedules,. Manage projects and special assignments with little to no supervision. May function as a team lead for less experienced engineers.

Essential Functions and Key Responsibilities:

Reviews damage reports to develop repair schemes, authors work instructions, and performs the stress analysis and substantiation supporting the repair with no supervision. Repair development and substantiation will include a variety of analysis methods and require an established knowledge of mechanically fastened metallic structure, adhesively bonded metallic structure, composite structure, welding, and brazing. Developed repairs must be substantiated to meet or exceed the original design certification requirements.

Established knowledge of, and ability to apply repair analysis techniques such as Boeing Structures I and II, ABARIS/Laminate Plate Theory, Bruhn, Flabel, ETC. Develops and substantiates complex repair schemes with no supervision.

Working knowledge of FAA and EASA regulations, AD’s, NPRM’s, AC’s, AMC’s, SDR’s, EWIS, etc. Other aviation authority knowledge such as CAAC/JAA/JCAB is a plus.

Performs technical review and approval of less experienced engineer’s repair packages.

Must have:
• BS degree
• Airframe Structural Analysis experience
• Extensive Classical Analysis background required (Bruhn method as an example). *NO FEA performed on this job. All classical Analysis methods.
• Airframe analysis in support of maintenance and repair of in-service aircraft parts and structures experience, specifically commercial and military (F-18 preferred) wings, structural components and thrust reversers.
• Must have good communication skills and must have ability to communicate and present findings to technical and non-technical people.
• They will identify the damage to the airframe, or component that is outside of the aircraft manual and will need to use classical analysis methods to create a repair concept that will restore the airframes load path. Structure will be both composite and metallic.
• MRB background would be a plus, but not mandatory.

The Structures Company is an AA/EOE.
Job Number: 368
Job Location: OK
Rate: $100-$1115K **DOE**
Start Date: ASAP
Input Date: 03/10/2020
Last Updated: 03/29/2020
Attention: Debbie Aubert
Address: P O BOX 2278
City, State: SEAL BEACH, CA 90740
Phone: 714/823-3000

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