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|Job Ref:||38508||Employer:||Goodrich||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Country:||Canada||County/State:||Ontario||City:||Oakville||Address:||Post Date:||13/10/2016 05:05|
Provide technical leadership for all stress related tasks of the project assigned while working with the following:|
Project Head to ensure that stress tasks are properly managed to achieve project delivery in accordance with project plans
Integrated Product Team (IPT) to ensure Engineering integration into overall program requirements
Divisional Engineering teams to ensure that engineering integrity is achieved, engineering procedures are complied, lessons learned are addressed and a robust trouble-free product is developed
Executes stress activities including:
Liaise with customer/Suppliers for all stress related issues
Foster strong customer relationships through accountability, transparency and credibility
Responsible and accountable for all stress tasks and its completion dates
Sets stress team priorities and objectives with a strong drive to meet expectations
Communicates progress and roadblocks with the Integrated Product Team (IPT) and the project head
Perform strength, stability, residual strength, fatigue, and fracture analyses of detail design of landing gear and system structural components using both computer modeling and analysis methods and classical calculation methods.
Construct and analyze finite element structural models.
Prepare detailed stress reports.
Review drawings/models with other company disciplines and provide structures input.
Review design and drawing/model changes with other company disciplines and provide structures input.
Prepare test plans by determining the requirements for laboratory and full-scale testing.
Review test results and correlate with analytical models. Evaluate test results that may impact the design or require a design improvement.
Analyze structural repairs for landing gear and system structural components
Assign work to stress engineers assigned to the program, coordinate these tasks, and review their reports.
Perform research in such fields as failure analysis, finite elements, and methods of stress analysis, thermal effects, fatigue, and fracture mechanics.
Utilize ACE Standard Work tools to facilitate execution for stress related tasks
Present stress aspects at internal and external design reviews to ensure the design meets requirements and expectation
Performs Engineering investigations into failures and participates in Root Cause and Corrective Action
Ensure timely and satisfactory resolution of problems
Ensures compliance to UTAS Landing Systems engineering methodologies by providing direction/guidance to the stress team.
Maintains compliance to ITAR and regulatory requirements
Occasional travel between customer/suppliers and Goodrich locations. Long term assignments may be required during the joint definition phases for new programs.
Manages direct reports:
Facilitation of personnel development plans
Support development of Landing Gear cultural initiatives through the use of UTAS 4-gears philosophies
Perform other duties as required
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering required and a minimum of 10 years of experience in Landing Gear structures analysis
Must posses extensive experience in New Product Development of transport and / or military type aircraft
Demonstrated leadership experience in managing a multi-disciplined team of Engineers (structural design, systems installation design, stress analysis, weights analysis, design trade-off studies)
Demonstrated project management experience
Strong interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to maintain good working relationships with internal and external customers
Successful candidates must meet all requirements under ITAR & CCGP
UTAS Values including Ethical Behavior, Customer Focused Improvement, Accountability & Teamwork and Openness & Trust
1. Do you have a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering?
2. Do you have a minimum of 10 years of experience in Landing Gear structures analysis?