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Mechanical Design Engineer

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Safran Aircraft Engines R&D Technical Direction Sedziszow Malopolski , Poland Permanent Full-time Master Degree More than 3 years English Intermediate
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Job Description

Preparation of strength analyses (static, LCF, HCF, fatigue, overspeed, FBO, crack propagation) of aero engine components (Compressor, Combustion Chamber, Turbine – Static / Rotative Parts) using FEA (Ansys Workbench) and analytical methods
Assessment of non-conformities related to aero engine components and their effects on the product
Technical validation (authorization for approval) of Concessions related with visual, dimensional and process non-conformities of aero engines components
Day-to-day cooperation with internal and external stakeholders from design, technology, quality and manufacturing at various stages of implementation and serial production
Technical support to other departments for process improvement
Defining technical solutions (request for drawing change, Production Permit, process optimization) to eliminate non-conformities on products

Job Requirements

Must:
Language: English, B2
Master degree in engineering
Teamwork, analytical thinking, self-motivation, ‘can-do' attitude and decision-making skills
Ability of technical drawing interpretation
In-depth understanding of the Theory of Elasticity, Fatigue Strength and related challenges
Professional experience as a mechanical engineer / stress engineer preferably in aerospace industry
Ansys or Patran or Abaqus or Hyperworks Experience

Nice to have:
Catia V5 experience
Solid Edge Experience
Language: French
Design and GD&T experience will be considered a plus
Knowledge of design and operation of aircraft engines

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ul. Poludniowa 23, 39-120

Sedziszow Malopolski

Poland

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