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  • Job reference: RMS0173174

Senior Stress Engineer

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: Preston
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 16/11/2016
  • Duration: 3 months
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The Company:
Our client has been established for over 20 years locally and is focused on delivering design solutions to the nuclear and aerospace industry, specialising in the design of mechanical handling plant and equipment, the design and installation of plant control systems and the provision of support to plant safety reviews.

The Role:
Our client has a requirement for a Senior Stress Engineer experienced in the delivery of substantiation reports for the aerospace industry.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

Experience of working in the Aerospace Industry producing stress substantiation reports for customers such as AUK and Rolls Royce
Maintain technical compliance with the contract and resolve technical conflicts where possible
Take part in client meetings, site inspection, proof testing & commissioning activities
Maintain the projects working folder

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Key Skills

Experience in the use of Mathcad and ANSYS
Familiar with the use of BS 2573-1:1983 Rules for the design of cranes
Has been accountable for a variety of diverse projects or activities ranging in both size and complexity
Strong technical leadership, decision making and communication skills
A high level of technical knowledge and understanding of the industry
Is expected to need management rather than supervision
Is expected to be proficient in the production of standard design deliverables
Is expected to be fully conversant with legislation and regulations applicable to their role and the projects they are working on


Degree in relevant discipline necessary
Postgraduate qualification is preferred although relevant experience is considered
Chartered status preferable
Driver's license is essential as working offsite temporarily when requested is needed

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