Location: Merritt Island, FL Description: Our client is currently seeking a Mechanical Engineer II for a 6+ month contract position in Merritt Island, FL.
Design and modify launch pad piping systems supporting rocket propellants and pneumatics
Perform fluid and structural analysis of new or modified designs
Select components and collaborate on system safety and process hazards analysis
Guide creation of models and drawings of designs
Perform system and component level analyses (structural, fluid flow, hazards, etc.) and document results
Draft and review specifications and statements of work for both internal and supplier guidance.
Coordinate with suppliers on cost, schedule, and technical design requirements
Oversee fabrication, installation, and commissioning of new or modified piping/pressure systems
Perform hazards analysis and guide work using hierarchy of controls for safety
Author and run commissioning, maintenance, troubleshooting and operational procedures
Collaborate with teams of diverse skill sets to build, operate and maintain a world class launch site.
Provide input on cost, schedule and technical requirements to internal customers
Occasional travel may be necessary
Four year aerospace or mechanical engineering degree (or similar discipline)
5+ years of experience in a similar role
Experience in design and analysis of piping/tubing systems, experience using analysis tools specific to piping (such as: CAEPipe, Bentley AutoPipe, CEASAR, AFT Fathom/Arrow, Sinda Fluint, Simulink, etc.)
Experience with structural hand calculations and structural analysis software tools (ANSYS, NASTRAN, etc.)
Experience with Solid modelling or plant modelling, piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs), and configuration control of engineering and documentation.
Experience creating fabrication and installation drawings
Knowledge of standard components, installation and fabrication methods of piping systems (pipe stock, fittings, connections, valves, fasteners, structural members, fitting, welding, etc)
Knowledge of typical use, constraints, and specification of fluid components typical in tubing and piping systems (valves, regulators, pumps, etc).
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with teams composed of multiple roles and disciplines to achieve a common goal.
Must be a U.S. citizen or national, U.S. permanent resident (current Green Card holder), or lawfully admitted into the U.S. as a refugee or granted asylum.
Hands-on experience operating and troubleshooting mechanical and/or piping systems
Experience with creating process hazards analyses, job hazards analysis and formal risk evaluation.
Experience writing and executing test plans and procedures for qualification, acceptance, and operations of hazardous and/or safety critical components and systems.
Knowledge of ASME B31.3 and in-field oversight of construction, testing and/or operations of piping systems.
Experience with design and operation of typical aerospace fuel, oxidizer and high pressure pneumatic systems.
Experience with steady-state and transient fluid flow analysis
Knowledge of precision cleaning processes / levels and passivation of stainless steel Knowledge of marine environment corrosion mitigation (material and coatings selection)
This job and many more are available through The Judge Group. Find us on the web at www.judge.com
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