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As the Mechanical Engineer you will be part of a hardworking team of diverse engineers to lead the design of a fluid system on launch vehicles. You will engage in all levels of the design cycle of mechanical hardware including conceptual design, requirements, system modeling, layouts, structural analysis, modeling and drafting, manufacturing and integration support, test definition and mission support.
To accomplish this, you will be responsible to create engineering documentation including schematics, clear requirements, design reviews, bill of materials, and other necessary deliverables.
Use of 3D CAD programs (Creo preferred) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) programs (ANSYS Preferred) to design and analyze mechanical components, mechanisms, and latching system (dynamic analysis).
You will use creative thinking and Client manufacturing solutions to solve complex problems with high pressure, cryogenic, and highly stressed hardware. You will deliver completed designs using best draft practicing per ASME Y14.5 GD&T standards along with clear and well-documented analysis reports. Following the design efforts, you will lead and participate in component and system level testing and data analysis.
Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, or equivalent
10+ years of relevant experience in the design of mechanical systems, mechanisms, pressurized hardware, or fluid systems
Experienced in 3D CAD programs (Creo preferred)
Experienced in the use of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) tools to analyzed pressurized systems (ANSYS preferred)
Experienced with GD&T (ASME Y14.5)
Experienced with component verification, test design and execution
Working knowledge of component design such as mechanisms, bellows, tubes, and pressurized hardware
Working knowledge of fabrication, integration processes, and quality control techniques relative to assemblies, machined components, and welded hardware. Experienced with design for manufacturability and assimilability
Working knowledge of aerospace materials and treatments
Ability to earn trust, maintain positive and professional relationships, and contribute to a culture of inclusion
Must be a U.S. citizen or national, U.S. permanent resident