Job Description

Mechanical Design Engineer (Creo / Fluid Systems) (Involves some analysis)

Qualifications:
- Minimum of a B.S. degree in mechanical or aerospace engineering
- Experience with aircraft, spacecraft, or launch vehicles in the detail design of aerospace or equivalent type fluid systems and components
- Working knowledge of fluid components such as valves, regulators, and fittings
- Knowledge of fabrication, integration processes and quality control relative to tubes/piping and machined components
- Working knowledge of materials and treatments
- Proficiency in 3D CAD programs (Creo Pro/E and Pro/E Piping)
- Experience with GD&T (ASME Y14.5)
- Must be a U.S. citizen or national, U.S. permanent resident

Responsibilities:
- Engage in some or all of the entire design cycle of fluid subsystems including conceptual design, thermo-fluid analysis, structural layout and analysis, integration, test and mission support
- Designing and routing fluid subsystems assemblies (i.e., propellant feed, pressurization, pneumatics)
- Defining, designing or selecting individual fluid components (i.e., solenoid valves, regulators, pressure vessels) including specification, procurement, processing, and discrepancy resolution
- Structural design and analysis of fluid subsystems including developing 3D models, assembly and detail drawings, interface control documents, bill of material management and FEA
- Create and release drawings of components and assemblies
- Optionally conduct or support fluid component and subsystem level testing including test planning, test execution, data reduction, and analysis

Desired:
- Experience with cryogenic systems
- Knowledge in the use of FEA analysis tools (ANSYS preferred)

- Experience with the application and use of welding

Send resume and call Peggy at 774-210-4108 to discuss!

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