R & D Engineer- Electromagnetics Southern New Haven County, CT

Like to break into the booming aerospace industry? This is a smaller wholly owned subsidiary of a dynamic, $5.5 B publicly held parent corporation. Their stock has jumped by 170% in just 3.5 years! Reporting to the PhD R & D Manager, you’ll be leading new product development projects on electromagnetic aerospace components on a range of products using SolidWorks and CATIA. Computer simulations, FEA analysis, driving strategic projects, design for manufacturability and assembly, tool & fixture design, devising and executing tests, rapid prototyping, and mentoring younger engineers are all part of the job. In addition to the 3D modeling, you’ll be doing thermal and stress analysis, doing advanced material selection, and more. CNC machining, casting, brazing, welding, and electroplating are the processes used in manufacturing. This is not strictly running computer simulations– it will be hands-on new product development. Target salary ranges from $85,000 for light experience to $120,000, depending on level of experience. Benefits here include a cafeteria medical plan with Anthem BC/BS, Kaiser, or HSA, prescription drug plan, flexible spending accounts, dental, life, short & long term disability, credit union, employee assistance program, 401 (k), 12 holidays, tuition aid after 1 year, sick days, discounts on AFLAC, pet insurance, identity theft insurance, and legal aid, and more. They hope to hire locally, but there are some relocation expenses available. Due to Dept. of Defense contracts, all employees are U.S. citizens. Requires citizenship, 7 or more years of interdisciplinary component new product development experience using CFD computer simulations, SolidWorks 3D modeling and FEA, a BSEE, BSME or BS Aerospace Engineering degree, and a basic knowledge of analog and digital circuitry. An advanced degree, aerospace component new product development, and software development experience using LABVIEW, C#.NET, and Java is preferred, but not required.

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