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At Newton, we're always on the lookout for bright, motivated people to join our team.

Read on to learn more about our current career opportunities and apply on our Carreer Center:

Mid-Level Structural Analysis Engineer

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Job Description

The Structural Analysis Engineer provides technical direction to junior engineers.

Activities include:

  • One stop shop for concept, design, and analysis.
  • Design / Review parts and assemblies using SolidWorks and/or Creo.
  • Provide mechanical design / integration support and technical expertise to other engineering functions.
  • Provide stress analysis support and technical expertise to other engineering functions.
  • Organize, supervise, and ensure the quality of stress reports and formal compliance documents to fulfill the verification requirements.
  • Integrate the overall structural analysis approach for the system with the project’s lead engineer, in accordance with customer requirements.
  • Strong knowledge of structural analysis including static and dynamic analysis.
  • Participate in engineering technical reviews and design / product configuration decisions as a subject matter expert.
  • Continuously improving technical knowledge based on new developments in structural analysis methodologies and software.
  • Act as a mentor for less experienced design and stress engineers on the team.

Qualifications

  • Degreed professional in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering.
  • Demonstrated progression in technical analysis responsibilities.
  • 5-8 years of experience developing finite element models and analyzing mechanical and/or electro-mechanical systems.
  • Demonstrated experience using PATRAN, FEMAP, and/or NASTRAN.
  • Must have experience within NASA or the aerospace industry.
  • To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, applicant must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3), or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State.

Senior Structural Analysis Engineer

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Job Description

The Structural Analysis Engineer leads our team of stress analysis engineers, providing technical direction to intermediate and junior-level engineers.

Activities include:

  • One stop shop for concept, design, and analysis.
  • Design / Review parts and assemblies using SolidWorks and/or Creo.
  • Provide mechanical design / integration support and technical expertise to other engineering functions.
  • Provide stress analysis support and technical expertise to other engineering functions.
  • Organize, supervise, and ensure the quality of stress reports and formal compliance documents to fulfill the verification requirements.
  • Integrate the overall structural analysis approach for the system with the project’s lead engineer, in accordance with customer requirements.
  • Strong knowledge of structural analysis including static and dynamic analysis.
  • Participate in engineering technical reviews and design / product configuration decisions as a subject matter expert.
  • Continuously improving technical knowledge based on new developments in structural analysis methodologies and software.
  • Act as a mentor for less experienced design and stress engineers on the team.

Qualifications

  • Degreed professional in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering.
  • Demonstrated progression in technical analysis responsibilities.
  • 9+ years of experience developing finite element models and analyzing mechanical and/or electro-mechanical systems.
  • Demonstrated experience using PATRAN, FEMAP, and/or NASTRAN.
  • Must have experience within NASA or the aerospace industry.
  • To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, applicant must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3), or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State.
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