Job Description :
Mechanical Technology (stress) engineers ensure the integrity of our products. They work across a wide variety of commodities from critical parts (e.g. Discs, Blisks, Shafts and High Pressure Casings) through blades and vanes to structures and installation components. They predict the mechanical behaviour of components and sub-systems taking into account various failure mechanisms (e.g. proof, ultimate, fatigue (low & high cycle), creep etc.) and contributing factors (e.g. vibration, thermal induced loads, inherent manufacturing anomalies, corrosion, extreme operating conditions such as over-speed etc.). The role of a Mechanical Technology Engineer includes being influential at all stages in the design cycle, through the products service life to component disposal.
As a Mechanical Technology (stress) engineer, you may be working in the RRB SCU Defence Engineering Team, deployed to various In-Service Project work streams. Whichever project you work in, you will be assured of a support network of colleagues of the same capability to provide task leadership, consultation and technical review.
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Key Skills and Experience :
Candidates should be highly numerate with strong technical and analytical skills, problem-solving ability and capable of systems level thinking, including personal drive, excellent communication and presentation skills, and will need to contribute effectively in a team environment. Candidates will be expected to take the lead in identifying project requirements, specifying and executing packages of work on-time.