• Civil/Structural Mechanical Engineer

    Location US-OH-Sandusky
    Posted Date 9 months ago(10/5/2018 2:39 PM)
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Experience (Years)
    Type of Position
    Regular Full-Time
    Experienced (Non-Manager)
    Visa Requirements
    Citizen only
  • Overview

    The Test Facilities Operation, Maintenance, and Engineering (TFOME) contract has a Civil/Structural Mechanical Engineer position available for the Propulsion Test Complex at the NASA Glenn Research Center, Plum Brook Station, in Sandusky, Ohio.


    The job responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:

    1. Performing engineering functions relating to the analysis of structures, design of structures, and recommendations for corrective actions of existing structures.
    2. Providing engineering support and leadership in the planning, design, and technical execution of civil/structural analysis and mechanical engineering tasks for an assigned test or facility project.
    3. Providing brief reports summarizing engineering activities and output for each assigned task including calculation techniques, drawings/sketches, assumptions, limitations, and concerns.
    4. Preparing written engineering reports describing the basis for approach and solution.
    5. Providing monthly activity reports summarizing work accomplished and services invoiced for the period.


    The following qualifications are required for this position:

    1. As a minimum, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil/Structural, Mechanical, or Aerospace Engineering.
    2. A Professional Engineers (PE) Stamp in the State of Ohio.
    3. At least 10 years' applicable experience.
    4. Civil/Structural analysis of requirements and design of solution including estimated costs to implement.
    5. Supporting conceptual development of new systems and test facilities as requested.
    6. Knowledge and understanding of aerospace testing facilities and operations, and mechanical test systems and design.


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