Bachelors degree in engineering, a related curriculum, or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
At Least five (5) years of experience with A/C Interiors and FEMAP (FEA software)
This is a Stress Analyst/Certification Engineering position in the Final Phase Certification Group.
Responsibilities involve performing stress analysis and related activities for new and derivative designs of interior furnishings and amenities as part of outfitting new aircraft, along with supporting other Certification related activities.
This includes review of Engineering drawings, preparing load calculations and writing stress reports in collaboration with the Structural Engineering group and Structural AR's providing approvals. Example designs include custom cabinetry such as galleys, lavatories, closets and other storage compartments, interior peripheries, water/waste systems, entertainment equipment installations, and seating installations.
Additional responsibilities will be accomplishing aircraft level Finite Element Modeling and Processing (FEMAP) and other forms of analysis such as decompression analysis, grouping analysis, etc. Analysis of installation design is also involved, along with necessary airframe modifications to meet requirements of the interior installation.
Must have a thorough working knowledge of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14CFR – especially Chapter I, Part 25), as it pertains to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulation procedures and the STC process as it relates to certification of Aircraft Interiors.
Candidates should have a sufficient knowledge of AutoCAD and/or CATIA V5 CAD tools to adequately review Engineering designs, FEA experience with FEMAP v10 (Preferred) or FEMAP Earlier Versions or PATRAN (Acceptable).