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Working with niche aviation engineering innovator in Uxbridge, West London where you will be literally saving lives! This family-owned firm, design and manufacture specific safety systems for aerospace clients and they are renowned for first-class products & services. You will be part of a top-gun team and work with the brightest and best of British engineers.
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The Stress Engineer job itself where you will be responsible for performing stress and structural analyses to ensure the structural integrity and performance of the design is to the required standards.
Fundamental to this role is understanding the loading on a given structure. This involves a detailed appreciation of the primary function and workings of structure and specification as determined by the employer or customer.
You will conduct analysis – designed to understand how the structure behaves under stress/loading with a particular focus on the margin of safety due to critical loads and, where feasible, improve/enhance performance.
A detailed job description can be made available upon application.
You will have
To be successful as Stress Engineer you will have a good mix of the following:
- Master’s degree or higher in aerospace aeronautics or similar
- Exposure to mechanical engineering, stress and vibration analysis, ideally gained from within aviation engineering or related industry.
- General commercial and financial understanding and analytical ability
- General knowledge and experience of working within US Military Standards / UK Defence Standards.
- Broad experience of conducting successful technical investigations and research.
- Comprehensive planning and organisation skills/project management.
- Highly developed communication skills
- Excellent problem-solving skills.
- Strong expertise in mathematical modelling and software systems
You will get
As a Stress Engineer, you will enjoy a salary of £38K-£45K + Package.
- Non-contributory pension scheme at minimum 9%
- Life assurance
- Private Healthcare cash plan including optical & dental cover
- The equivalent of 25 days annual leave and 8 statutory holidays
- Lunchtime finish on a Friday
- Childcare vouchers (via salary sacrifice)
- On-site occupational health team
- Annual appraisal and development process for all employees
- Great working environment including heavily subsidised canteen
You can apply
To Stress Engineer by pushing the button on this job posting (recommended), or by sending CV in confidence to email@example.com