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Stress Analysis Engineer Warrington £DoE

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Recruiter: Progressive
Listed on: 14th June
Location: Warrington
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP

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Stress Analysis Engineer Warrington £DoE

  • Are you a Stress Engineer/ Analysis Engineer / Design Analysis Engineer / Engineering Analyst / Stress Analyst?
  • Do you have design AND static & non-linear analysis experience (dynamic, vibration, modal, seismic) of mechanical mechanisms and structures (such as Process Machinery, Mechanical Handling Systems, Hydraulics, Aircraft Landing Systems etc)?
  • Do you want to work for Global Nuclear Engineering Innovator, specializing in concept-based mechanical systems for complex applications?
  • Do you want to work for a forward-thinking Engineering Company that offers its Engineers Hybrid / Remote & Flexible Working?

If so, then please see below…

Stress Analysis Engineer Warrington £DoE

Progressive and a European Engineering Giant in Nuclear Engineering are looking to recruit a Stress Analysis Engineer for their Engineering Centre of Excellence in Warrington, owing to significant business growth and project pipeline for 2023+.

Based near Warrington and reporting into the Head of Substantiation & Analysis, the Stress Analysis Engineer will be responsible for:

  • Responsible for delivery of Analysis packages of specific elements or the entire scope of projects, dependent on size / complexity of the work scope.
  • Delivery of technically compliant design deliverables in accordance with the Design Input Requirements within budget and programme constraints.
  • Capable of leading a team of Analysis Engineers and designers to deliver the appropriate solution from Front End Engineering to Detailed Design production.
  • Provide Engineering Support to manufacture right through to client handover.
  • Preparing calculations, reports, tender proposals and estimates, recommendations for approval within

Specifically, the Stress Analysis Engineer will:

  • Carry out defined calculations to determine the acceptability of a structural or mechanical component to a specified code/standard.
  • Undertake analysis & calculations, particularly the design and analysis of mechanical plant & systems, mechanisms and structures.
  • Write and check calculations and FE reports

Experience Required for Stress Analysis Engineer role:

  • Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering (or similar)
  • Design and analysis experience of mechanical mechanisms and structures
  • Conversant with 3D CAD software (AutoDesk Inventor / Pro-Engineer etc)
  • Industrial experience in finite element analysis & classical stress analysis
  • Broad experience comprising static, dynamic (vibration, modal, seismic) and non-linear analysis
  • Good understanding of strength of engineering materials
  • Proficient in the use of ANSYS (Classic or Workbench) / Mathad / StaadPro
  • Understands and works to the right first time culture and contributes to cease the flow of issues downstream.

For the successful Stress Analysis Engineer, a highly competitive salary and benefits package is on offer and the Stress Analysis Engineer role is commutable from Warrington, Liverpool, Preston, Manchester, Salford, Crewe, Chester, Runcorn, Bolton, Wigan & St Helens and my client does offer flexible - hybrid & remote working for its Engineers.

In addition, my client also operates a hybrid / remote and flexible working policy for its Engineers as part of their benefits package.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A STAFF POSITION

To be considered for this Stress Analysis Engineer role, please apply via the link below.

To find out more about Progressive Recruitment please visit www.progressiverecruitment.com

Progressive Recruitment, a trading division of SThree Partnership LLP is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy | Registered office | 1st Floor, 75 King William Street, London, EC4N 7BE, United Kingdom | Partnership Number | OC387148 England and Wales