Stress Engineer (EASA Modifications)Dublin, Leinster
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This new role is based within the Boeing Global Services EASA Modifications Team in Dublin; where we hold EASA and GCAA Part 21J Design Organisation Approval (DOA). This centre has a highly skilled team of engineers that is growing in 2022.
BGS EASA Mods are looking for a multi-skilled Stress Engineer to support the certification of large aircraft modifications to demonstrate compliance with relevant regulatory and customer requirements and procedures defined in the company’s Design Organization Handbook (DOH).
- Reporting to the Structures Engineering Manager and working with the global engineering services team, across multiple time-zones, in order to identify requirements and their associated solutions for active and upcoming projects
- Contribute to certification activities to ensure compliance with design requirements, and address certification and stress issues relating to large aircraft modification programmes
- Compile and review structural substantiation documents related to:
- Product certification and integration to the aircraft of:
- New seating installations
- New monument and furniture Installations such as Galleys, Lavatories, class dividers, first class suites and VVIP furnishing.
- Cabin interior changes including LOPAs, Passenger Service Unit layouts, LRU installations, etc…
- Primary structure changes including:
- Antenna Installations
- Fuselage Modification
- Act as Boeing representative during customer meetings such as ITCM, PDR, CDR and FAI in support of active and up-coming projects. Provide additional on-site support to assist the customers’ during the embodiment phase of the project.
- Current or recent employment within the aerospace industry specifically working with an EASA Part 21J Design Organisation (or equivalent) is preferable
- Experience with hand calculations, using classic stress analysis techniques
- Experience with Finite Element Analysis
- Able to demonstrate a working knowledge of EASA regulatory and airworthiness requirements including (E)TSO, CS-25, JAR-25 and FAR 25 requirements (relevant to the stress/structures discipline)
- Experience of aircraft interior reconfiguration programmes and primary and secondary aircraft structures is preferable
- A high level of attention to detail and professional integrity
- Ability to work on multiple programmes with varying level of requirements efficiently and effectively
- Ability to prioritise workloads and show flexibility to changing situations / demands
A person of integrity who values attributes like trust, honesty and respect.
You enjoy working in a collaborative environment, are willing to share knowledge and wisdom and not afraid to admit limitations.
You are adaptable and resilient with high expectations and higher aspirations.
Export Control Requirements: Not an export control position
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Contingent Upon Program Award
No, this position is not contingent upon program award