AeroMechanical Engineers

We are looking for 1 Sr, 2 Mid-level, and 1 Jr. AeroMechanical Engineers. The candidates need to understand the design of aircraft structures and integration of subsystems. Areas of focus are wing and fuselage structure, landing gear preliminary design, wing fold design, subsystem integration.
As an AeroMechanical Engineer primary duties include:
conducting aerodynamic analysis and aero-mechanical design trade-off for UAV systems. Designing aircraft tooling from component/subsystem specifications. Developing SolidWorks drawings for components, using industry standards to generate drawings, and maintaining detailed drawing trees. And conducting engineering analysis and material selection required to size/design/layout components.
Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace/Aeronautical, Mechanical or Structural Engineering. Masters in field related to responsibilities desired.
7 - 12 years or equivalent performance in a progressive technical capacity in AeroMechanical Engineering.
Demonstrated use of SolidWorks or CATIA CAD systems. (Prefer SolidWorks, but CATIA is a possibilty).
Demonstrated strong knowledge of pertinent aircraft subsystems and their design and integration effects on air vehicles.
Works across disciplines and has responsibility pertaining to the planning, conducting, reducing data, and documenting test results pertaining to aircraft subsystems.
Demonstrated repeated strong skills in light weight structural design.
Demonstrated strong skills in composite part design, molding, and testing in a production environment.
Able to determine the general effects of vehicle design changes to aerodynamic loads on the system and able to use appropriate tools to validate changes

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