Stress Engineer w/Active TS/SCI

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Stress Engineer w/Active TS/SCI

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Must be a US Citizen
10 month contract position
W2 with full benefits
Must be able to pass background check and drug screen

Job Description:
Structural/Stress Engineer with a minimum of 3 years of experience and a Bachelor’s degree or higher. Typical functions include design and analysis (static, dynamic, buckling, nonlinear, composite) of aerospace structures to meet the specified load requirements, compute size, shape, margins (strength and stability) for the recommended type of structural members, modify the existing designs, provide structural inputs to interface documents and drawings.
Subcontractor Shall Deliver the following items on or before task end date 
1. Presentations, spreadsheets, analysis reports and other documentation as required throughout the period of performance to effectively perform the analyst function and communicate results to the team, separate project vendors, and customer. 
2. Monthly cost to date, cost last week, balance of funds available reports

Required Skills:
Experience and knowledge in structural analyses techniques including classical hand analyses and Finite Element analysis utilizing both coarse system load and detail stress FE models utilizing MSC/NASTRAN and FEMAP. 
• Knowledge of nonlinear, composite, bonded joint, and bolted joint analyses. 
• Knowledge of structural failure mechanisms including material failure in metals and composites, instability of structural elements. 
• Knowledge of structural dynamics and static equivalent loading as well as random vibration analyses. 
• Proven ability to work in a team environment. 
• Good communication (oral, written, presentation), interpersonal, negotiation and organizational skills.

Desired Skills:
• Working knowledge of FEA codes and pre & post processing tools such as MSC/NASTRAN, FEMAP. 
• Experience providing structural analysis and test support to space flight
1. Structural and dynamics modeling and analyses 
2. Provide structural inputs to interface documents and drawings 
3. Provide inputs to structural requirements 

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