Stress Engineer - Aerospace

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Employer: Expleo Group
  • Engineering
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 0 - 1 years of experience
  • Updated at: 12.02.2019
    Short company description

    For more than 20 years, we’ve assisted clients in major industrial projects in Romania. Our 1500 employees, based in Bucharest and Iasi, work either directly with clients or as a nearshore resource for global clients partnering with our Western European offices. Our spacious design offices attract skilled personnel in mechanical, electrical, electronics and software development.

    Our teams are best known for helping clients in the automotive and aeronautics sectors to reimagine road and air travel. Expleo in Romania is a key support for the group to help automotive clients in developing the next big breakthroughs in ADAS, autonomous vehicles and connected cars. In aeronautics, we provide support for major OEMs and their suppliers across the entire aircraft, from R&D to aftermarket support. Our people have access to sophisticated IT infrastructure and the latest digital technologies, that allows them to work alongside project teams based in Romania or anywhere else in the world.

    Think bold, act reliable! Join our TEAM!


    Degree in the field of aerospace, mechanical, structural engineering or similar
    Good understanding of computing tools and programs including Excel VBA and FE analysis tools such as MSC NASTRAN, HyperWorks or ABAQUS
    Previous experience or internship in stress analysis
    Strong communication skills, able to work effectively within a multi-disciplined team
    Good level of English; French would be an asset


    Currently we are seeking to enforce our stress engineering department in aerospace field.


    • Thermal, static and dynamic analysis
    • Multi-body dynamics
    • Optimization
    • Non-linear materials (plastics, rubber, metal, etc.)
    • Complex contact problems
    • Highly dynamic impact / drop
    • Material characterization (composite, hyper and Viscoelastisity)
    • Crack propagation