L3 Technologies Aircraft structural stress analyst CF-18 (New Grad), Engineering in Quebec, Canada
A ircraft structural stress analyst CF-18 (New Grad), Engineering
We have a great opportunity for you!
At L3 MAS in Mirabel, for nearly 30 years, we have been repairing, maintaining and modernizing CF-18s. The expertise of our teams has allowed us to diversify our operations and work on other fleets such as CH-148 Cyclone and CH-147F Chinook helicopters, CC-150 Polaris (Airbus 310) and CT- 114 Tutor. That is why today we are proud to be the leading in-service support integrator in Canada.
At L3 MAS, success is a team effort. Join us now.
Why join the L3 MAS team? Here's what we offer:
Integrate a company in which values of integrity, passion, respect and balance are alive and well anchored in our daily actions;
Have a schedule allowing you the flexibility to reconcile work and your personal life;
Located in Mirabel, a job that allows you to avoid congestion to get to work;
To participate in the continuous improvement of the company and to be recognized for your efforts;
Working with an accessible and communication-oriented management team;
To participate in sports and social gathering activities organized by the staff;
Have exclusive services such as massotherapy, cafeteria, patio, fitness or language classes, blood tests and a comprehensive employee assistance program;
Obtain the most attractive working conditions on the market;
Having a pension fund and a competitive group insurance program that can be tailored to your needs and circumstances.
The structural stress analyst participates in the Aircraft Structural Integrity Program (ASIP) of the CF-18. He assesses the cause and level of Risk of known structural failures and carries out the analysis and the technical validation of modification concepts and structural repair associated to such failures.
Interpret and integrate the data, the loading modes, and the safety factors according the established specifications and standards (FAR, CAR or Mil Standard);
Analyze damage and fatigue tolerance of aircraft structures, using conventional methods and/or finite element methods;
Carry out reviews of tests failures, in service failures, structural configurations, to provide recommendations for inspections, modifications and repairs to the fleet.
Have completed Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Aeronautics Engineering required;
Internship in aeronautics field required;
Experience in stress analysis, fatigue analysis and risk assessment and / or specialized courses in stress analysis is required;
Proficiency in one or many of the following softwares: NASTRAN, PATRAN, MSOffice, CATIA and/or Matlab and EXCEL;
Ability to read drawings;
Bilingualism essential (French and English);
Ability to write reports in English;
Strong problem solving skills;
Behavioral skills: Be a team player, resourceful and ready to work in an environment where technical challenges and short deadlines are constant;
To be eligible or to obtain an Industrial Security Clearance to the level of NATO Secret is required.
/ L-3 MAS subscribes to the principle of employment equity and encourages women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities, who are qualified, to apply. /
Organization: *Division L-3 MAS
Title: Aircraft structural stress analyst CF-18 (New Grad), Engineering
Requisition ID: 089559