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AERODYNAMICS ENGINEER
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Our client, a leader in the aerospace industry, has an immediate opening for an Aerodynamics Engineer, in the Core Technical Engineering Department . As a member of the Flight Sciences Group, you will function as a technical resource for analysis, testing and documentation in aerodynamics and static loads, as applicable to the design, development, certification, production and fleet-service of regional and business aircraft.

Responsibilities :

•  Conduct aircraft aerodynamics analyses and design using in-house and commercial software.
•  Conduct gust and manoeuvre loads analyses using in-house software.
•  Generate meshes and perform a wide range of computational fluid dynamics analyses for internal and external flows.
•  Perform aerothermodynamics computations and ice impingement and ice growth analyses
•  Conduct transient fluid system simulation analyses.
•  Provide support to production and production flight-test for aerodynamic and aircraft handling related issues and non-conformances.
•  Participate in the planning and execution of flight tests and wind tunnel tests.
•  Develop, use and maintain in-house software and methods.
•  Prepare Technical Reports, Test Plans, Requirements Documents,
•  Work Statements and Cost Estimates.
•  Perform analyses and write reports that demonstrate aircraft compliance to airworthiness regulations.
•  Keep abreast of advances in the state of the art and in Regulatory Requirements.

Qualifications :

•  This position is at an Intermediate level in Core Technical Engineering.
•  The applicant will have a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university.
•  The applicant will have 5-8 years of specialization in aerodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, and aircraft design.
•  Previous experience with FORTRAN and/or C and/or C++ programming, and the UNIX operating system is an asset.
•  Experience generating meshes for computational fluid dynamics analyses is expected.
•  Basic understanding of aircraft performance, flight dynamics, and aeroelasticity are expected.
•  Experience with computer aided design, especially CATIA is an asset.
•  Basic understanding of aircraft structures/systems and familiarity with airworthiness regulations is desirable.
•  Some experience with a simulation tool such as Matrix/X or Matlab would be an asset.
Proficiency in preparing technical reports and presentations via office-software is a pre-requisite.

 

        

 

To apply for this position please email a formatted (MS Word file preferred)
copy of your resume to careers@kdickinson.com .

 

 
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