Structural Engineer

Structural Engineer.

Structural Engineer

Camden

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$90000 - $160000 per year

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Permanent

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structural engineering

Strucutral Analysis Engineer

Client within the renewable energy/nuclear sector are currently looking for a structural engineer/structural analysis engineer to join their growing business. They work on some really exciting projects and they heavily invest in their employee developement.

Typical analyses include:

  • Static and dynamic finite element modeling and analyses (FEA) using ANSYS
  • Drop and impact (e.g., missile and aircraft) analyses and target response using LS-DYNA
  • Simulation of the seismic response of freestanding structures in air or submerged in water
  • Static and dynamic analyses of large reinforced concrete structures
  • Soil-structure interaction (SSI) analyses with freestanding and/or anchored structures
  • Beam and plate stress calculations using established principles of strength of materials

Minimum requirements:

  • BS in mechanical/civil/structural engineering
  • 3 years experience minimum
  • Familiarity with standard industry and design codes/manuals such as ASME, ASCE, ACI and AISC
  • Must possess excellent credentials in principles of solid mechanics
  • Must possess excellent technical writing and communication skills

Desired:

  • Prior nuclear industry experience including interactions with NRC or other regulatory authorities

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Craig Wood

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