• STRESS ENGINEER III

    Location US-Greensboro
    Job ID
    18-7167
    Pos. Category
    Engineering
    Position Type
    Full Time - Direct
  • Overview

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Development of engineering stress and substantiation data within budget in accordance with FAA, customer and HAECO Cabin Solutions standards of quality.

     

    ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:

    1. Be proficient with HAECO Cabin Solutions’ internal policies and procedures.
    2. Have proficient knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR’s), Airworthiness Directives (AD’s), Alternate Means of Compliance (AMOC) and related regulatory requirements and processes. Should be able to assist and mentor junior engineers with understanding regulations and directives.
    3. Have proficient knowledge of aircraft design concepts and industry design standards consistent with HAECO Cabin Solutions’ workload environment. Should be able to assist and mentor junior engineers with design concepts and industry design standards.
    4. Analyze structural engineering data produced by other engineering groups to ensure it meets the structural requirements for FAA certification. Should be able to assist and mentor junior engineers with analysis. Should be able to review and approve analysis.
    5. Check structural engineering data produced by other engineering groups to ensure it meets the structural requirements for FAA certification. Should be able to assist and mentor junior engineers in checking process.
    6. Generate stress analysis notes in a usable, traceable file that serves as a historical substantiation record of the repair or modification. Should be able to assist and mentor junior engineers in note process.
    7. Develope, when necessary, finite element models to aid in the development of design and certification data. Should be able to assist and mentor junior engineers in modeling and analysis.
    8. Create, develop, and implement test procedures as required to obtain certifiable allowables data for use by HAECO Cabin Solutions. Should be able to assist and mentor junior engineers in the creation, development and implementation of test procedures.
    9. Have a proficient relationship with HAECO Cabin Solutions’ Structures DER’s and UM’s to assure that structures and interior related FAR’s are addressed.
    10. Independently create and develop structural engineering substantiation reports that will be used to certify repair and modification data. Should be able to assist and mentor junior engineers writing substantiation reports.
    11. Provide technical support to HAECO Cabin Solutions Production during the manufacturing and installation phases of HAECO Cabin Solutions developed designs. Should be able to assist and mentor junior engineers in the provision of manufacturing and installation support.
    12. Develop subject matter expertise on at least one area critical to substantiation.
    13. Support other Engineering groups as workload requirements dictate.
    14. Should be able to organize and execute scheduling and meetings.
    15. Have proficient knowledge of continuous improvement of various department procedures, controls, flows and systems.
    16. Must be able to work assigned schedule with minimal absences.

    Qualifications

    JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

    MINIMUM

    1. BS Degree in Engineering or related scientific field, or equivalent combination of experience and coursework.
    2. Six (6) years industry experience in engineering field, preferably dealing in the design of modifications to transport category aircraft.
    3. Minimum three (3) years experience utilizing Solidworks (or comparable CAD program) with demonstrable proficiency.
    4. Must possess knowledge of FAA regulations, certification processes and related requirements.
    5. Must possess comprehensive knowledge of standard aircraft components, materials, fabrication practices, aviation hardware and proper application in design.
    6. Must possess knowledge of engineering principles used in stress analysis, 3D-computer modeling, and other analytical substantiation techniques.
    7. Must have knowledge of PC-based or workstation-based analysis software systems. Experience with 1 or more FEM software systems preferred.
    8. Must have extensive knowledge of the use and application of aircraft technical data such as engineering drawings, SRM’s, MM’s, SB’s, IPC’s, WD’s, etc.
    9. Must possess good oral, written, and organizational skills, and be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.

     

    PREFERED:

    Master’s Degree in Engineering

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