• Stress Engineer-Crash Dynamics

    Location US-NC-Greensboro
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    Full Time - Direct
  • Overview

    Development of engineering design data within budget in accordance with FAA, customer and "HAECO Americas" standards of quality.



    1. Analyze and check structural engineering data produced by other engineering groups to evaluate structural integrity and ensure it meets the structural requirements for FAA and Air framer acceptance as approved data.
    2. Create and develop structural engineering substantiation reports that will be used to substantiate changes.
    3. Generate stress analysis notes in a usable, traceable file that serves as a historical substantiation record of the seating component modifications.
    4. Create, develop, and implement test procedures as required to obtain certifiable allowables data for use by HAECO.
    5. Develop finite element models to aid in the development of design and certification data.
    6. Serve as the primary focal point for HAECO engineers, customers & technical personnel regarding structural substantiation issues.
    7. Provide input and suggestions for continuous improvement of various department procedures, controls, flows and systems, and become familiar with TIMCO’s internal policies and procedures.
    8. Provide technical support to HAECO Production during the manufacturing and installation phases of TIMCO developed designs.
    9. Support other Engineering groups as workload requirements dictate.
    10. Develop expertise on aircraft seats design concepts, industry design standards, FAR’s and drafting techniques consistent with HAECO’s workload environment.
    11. Must be able to work assigned schedule with minimal absences.
    12. Review and Approve design documents, design change documents from structural perspective



    1. BS Degree in Mechanical/Civil/Aerospace Engineering or related scientific field, or equivalent experience.
    2. Two (2) years industry experience in engineering field, preferably dealing with aircraft seating products.
    3. Must possess extensive knowledge of engineering principles, classical stress analysis techniques and analytical substantiation methods.
    4. Must possess proficiency with personal computer systems with Microsoft Office and AutoCAD 2000 and/or SolidWorks.
    5. Must possess good oral, written, and organizational skills, and be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.


    1. Master’s Degree in Engineering.
    2. Experience performing stress analysis on aircraft seating products.
    3. Proficiency with PC-based or workstation-based linear static and nonlinear finite element analysis software systems. Experience with ANSYS or NASTRAN and LS Dyna or Abaqus or similar software preferred.


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