In this role, you will be developing or applying advanced technologies, scientific principles, theories and concepts to the systems integration of propulsion, thrusters, controllers, software, mechanical and electrical interfaces for integration into missile systems and space vehicles.
As a Mechanical Engineer, responsibilities will include developing technical solutions to a wide range of complex problems related to the design, manufacture, integration and test of various mechanical sub-systems both in the engineering lab environments and the factory floor internally.
In this role, you will work involves researching, planning, designing, and testing of mechanical products and systems such as hardware, instruments, controls, machines and mechanical, thermal hydraulic or heat transfer systems in a system sustainment capacity.
In this role, the selected candidate will establish Manufacturing Estimates manufacturing cost, determines time standards and makes recommendations for tooling and process requirements of new or existing product lines. process flow and work instruction.
The candidate will work within one of the nine departments within the Mechanical Subsystems Directorate (MSD). Specific responsibilities will vary by department and experience but tasks performed may include:
In this role, you will perform specialized and original engineering tasks involving the application of theories and technical concepts required to execute the design, development and certification of aircraft components and systems.
In this role, you will be responsible to work in compliance with all health and safety rules and regulations for stantec and its and review and analysis of drawings for possible safety and construct ability problems prior to issue to clients.
The candidate will involved in all phases of product life cycle, beginning with proposal development and advanced manufacturing initiatives, continuing through production implementation and extending to support of our customer and supply chain.