This is an exciting technical role located within the Engineering department of Marshall ADG.
The role will be responsible for providing stress analysis to support the development and certification of repair design solutions for a wide range of aircraft MRO Maintenance and Modification programmes, providing technical guidance for all structural aspects of a design utilising Static, Fatigue and Damage Tolerance techniques.
- Act as the senior stress engineer for the allocated technical work packages identified by the Lead Engineer.
- Be responsible for providing stress analysis to support repair design solutions compliant with requirements and regulations within agreed programmes and timescales.
- Generate stress report, being able to present data and findings in a clear, concise and constructive way.
- Act as a stress signatory for repair drawings and analysis reports
- Attend and support internal design review gates
- Have an appropriate degree, or significant relevant experience in stress analysis of aircraft structures.
- Have a good working knowledge of EASA CS.25 and Def Stan 00-970 certification requirements.
- Demonstrate knowledge of Static, Fatigue and Damage Tolerance analysis.
- Previously held engineering stress approvals equivalent to ‘Check’ and ‘Approve’ for repair drawings under an approved design organisation
Due to the nature of our business, all employment is subject to satisfactory references being obtained, attainment of either an MoD SC (Security Check), appropriate UK Criminal Record Check or Foreign Police Check (whichever is applicable depending on duration of UK residency) and, as applicable, a medical assessment. Access to US technical data by employees requires prior Trade Control function approval. Clearance must be carried out against all applicable US export control authorisations.
- Coaching junior engineers within the team.
Marshall Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Marshall Group is an equal opportunity employer and values a diverse and inclusive workplace. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, colour, religion, genetic information, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.