Job Title: Stress Analyst Engineer
Location: Tulsa, OK
Duration: 11 Months
- A fundamental understanding of static stress analysis as it relates to sizing airframe structural repairs.
- Experience as a stress analyst in post-production environment or a production MRB stress engineer.
- Experience with airworthiness regulations in regards to major repairs or alterations of external airframe parts and components and the requirements to find compliance when analyzing a repair.
- The ability to effectively work with & support a multidiscipline team of engineers, mechanics, Tech Ops, Quality Control, upper management, etc.
- Strong written and verbal communication and collaborative skills and the ability to effectively communicate the organization's position with external and internal customers
- Practical hands on aircraft experience and problem solving.
The following unique skills are preferred:
- Experience in fatigue analysis and damage tolerance analysis.
- Experience in the repair and analysis of composite structure.
- Experience in repair and analysis of aircraft landing gear.
- Experience in development of Structural Repair Manual (SRM) data.
- Experience with foreign airworthiness regulatory agencies
- Guides successful completion of major engineering programs, or conceives research in areas of considerable scope and complexity supporting the development and production of Client products and services.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
- Selects appropriate methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria to resolve complex engineering issues.
- Is consulted extensively by associates and others as a recognized authority within the field.
- Anticipates and resolves complex issues in creative and effective ways, developing standards and guides for diverse engineering activities.
- Approach to problem solving balances technical product, cost and schedule 5. Works without appreciable direction; work is reviewed from a long-range perspective for desired results/
- Exercises latitude in determining technical objectives of assignments, and makes decisions and recommendations that are recognized as authoritative