This engineering function provides engineering design and systems integration for the Propulsion fluids systems (cryogenic, non-cryogenic, hydraulics and pneumatics) and/or Ordnance Component/System design. This function develops sub-system and component designs and requirements to satisfy overall propulsion systems requirements. The position requires mechanical design capability as well as understanding dynamic, structural and fluids analysis concepts. Generation of engineering drawings or changes as well as assembly and testing requirements is part of the job function.
Requires a bachelor’s degree and 4 -8 years of experience (for external candidates only). Provides solutions to a wide range of difficult engineering/scientific problems. Solutions are imaginative, thorough, practical, and consistent with organization objectives. Contributes to the completion of specific programs and projects. Failure to achieve expected results would typically result in serious project delays. Works with minimal direction. Independently determines and develops approaches to problems. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Receives guidance only on unusual or complex problems or issues.
a. Job Requirements:
A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering Discipline from an accredited university and 5 years of relevant job experience.
b. Preferred Qualifications:
Familiarity with fluids and thermodynamics designs. Familiarity with structural design. Proficient with mechanical design utilizing NX-11, Team Center, Model Based Engineering. Proficient with Microsoft Office platform tools and Project integration skills.
c. Propulsion-Ordnance System Design
NX 11 is preferred, recent exp in either 10 or 9 is also acceptable. Team Center exp is a strong plus!
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