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Fatigue & Damage Tolerance Analysis Engineer (F&DT) - 100% ONSITE - POSSIBLE REMOTE

Description:
This role is heavy on expert level analysis of primary structures fatigue, damage tolerance, fracture analysis.

Experience with rocket and launch vehicle experience is required.

Integrated Performance is looking for a detail-oriented and experienced Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Engineer to join the team. In this role, you will be responsible for conducting fatigue and damage tolerance analysis on structural components and systems to ensure the safety and reliability of our products. You will work closely with design, materials, and test engineers to develop and implement strategies for preventing fatigue failures and extending the lifespan of our products.

Key Responsibilities:
• Conduct fatigue and damage tolerance analysis on structural components and systems using analytical, numerical, and experimental methods.
• Develop and implement fatigue assessment methodologies and criteria for different materials and structures.
• Generate Fatigue Spectra based on existing primary structure FEM models.
• Collaborate with design engineers to incorporate fatigue considerations into the design process.
• Perform inspections and testing to monitor and evaluate fatigue damage in structures.
• Provide guidance and recommendations on design modifications and maintenance practices to improve fatigue performance.
• Analyze and interpret data from tests and simulations to predict the remaining useful life of components and systems.
• Stay current on industry standards and best practices related to fatigue and damage tolerance analysis.

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, or a related field (advanced degree preferred)
• 3+ years of experience in fatigue and damage tolerance analysis in a relevant industry
• Proficiency in finite element analysis software (e.g. NASTRAN,ANSYS, ABAQUS)
• Knowledge of fatigue assessment methods, standards, and regulations (e.g. MIL-HDBK-5, NASA-STD-5009)
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
• Excellent communication and teamwork abilities
• Attention to detail and ability to work independently.
• The engineer must have a successful background in launch vehicle development, and must be able to generate innovative solutions and understand the balance between engineering judgment versus analysis rigor and when each is appropriate.
• The ideal candidate must have a history of supporting structural architecture trades, working with a multidisciplinary team to define optimal vehicle configurations for mission performance, reliability, mass, and cost.
• Due to applicable export control laws and regulations, candidates must be a US Person




The Structures Company LLC is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer (or AA/ EOE) 
 
Job Number: JPC 10197
Job Location: Long Beach, CA
Rate: $90-$110/Hr.
Per Diem: Possible
Duration: 6+ Month - Possibly Longer
Start Date: ASAP
Input Date: 06/04/2024
Last Updated: 07/12/2024
Firm Name: STRUCTURES COMPANY LLC
Attention: Debbie Aubert
Address: P O BOX 2278
City, State: SEAL BEACH, CA 90740
Phone: 714/823-3000
Email: Debbieaubert@thestructurescompany.com
Website: www.thestructurescompany.com

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