BETA Technologies is seeking a driven aerospace engineer as a Metallic Stress Engineer for the Structures team. As an integral member of BETA's growing team, you will be highly motivated to work with dynamic, cross-functional groups to ensure the success of the aircraft through certification.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible to review and generate structural analysis of aircraft metallic structures
Complete hand calculations and FEM analysis of structures, perform stress analysis of internal loads
Perform trade studies, derive requirements
Support test execution, analyze test results
Mentor junior team members and provide support to other internal departments that may require your Stress skills
Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities):
Bachelor's degree in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering, or related degree from an accredited University.
Minimum 7+ years of relevant experience, with a proven track record, developing products through a full product life cycle - concept, prototype, validated design with a vision to scaled production.
Highly proficient in metallic structure sizing experience, knowledge of industry best practices and methodologies (Bruhn, ESDU & other recognized methodologies, FAR 23 & 25 Requirements, etc.)
Demonstrated FEM proficiency using industry-recognized tools
Creation and analysis of Finite Element results (Nastran files), interface forces, and studies of junctions (metallic and composite) with surrounding parts
Capable of simplifying a complex problem and provide an initial analysis to scope critical constraints and feature sizing.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Self-motivated, team player.
Preferred Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities):
Creation and validation of finite element models at different scale (Global and detailed) an asset