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company_seo_logo Mechanical Design Engineer - UK

Lugar de trabajo:

Reino Unido, Inglaterra, Didcot

Sector:

Industria aeroespacial

Función:

Ingeniería / Proyectos

Fecha última actualización: 09/07/2024
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Are you ready to take your career to new heights? At D-Orbit, we're pioneering the future of space logistics and transportation. Established in 2011, our company is leading the way in helping businesses profitably and sustainably unlock the full potential of the final frontier. As a member of our team, you'll have the opportunity to work alongside a diverse group of highly skilled individuals, all driven by a shared passion for innovation and excellence. Join us in our global mission to push the boundaries of what's possible and take your ambition to new heights. Apply now and join us in shaping the future of space.


D-Orbit is looking for a Mechanical Design Engineer to join our team in UK:


Key Responsibilities:

· Design mechanical systems for spacecraft, including structure, thermal, and mechanisms, including troubleshoot design issue.

· Conducting mechanical requirements review, ensuring compliance with ECSS standards.

· Acting as the technical interface with other internal technical areas and external suppliers.

· Support the fabrication, assembly, and testing of prototypes.

· Prepare technical reports, documentation, and presentations to communicate design and test results to the team

· Perform component dimensioning through hand calculations using a static equivalent loads approach.

· Draft manufacturing documentation and assemblies procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in mechanical design.

  • Proven experience in managing and aerospace projects, demonstrating familiarity with ECSS standards and requirements.

  • Background in FEM modeling and analysis.

  • Knowledge of materials, manufacturing processes, and assembly techniques used in the aerospace industry.

  • Proficiency in CAD software, background in CAD PTC Creo software is a plus..

Language:

  • Proficiency in both English is required.

At D-Orbit, diversity and inclusivity are not just values, they are integral to our mission and the way we operate. We are committed to fostering an environment where all individuals are respected, valued, and celebrated for their unique backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences. We believe that a diverse and inclusive workplace is not only the right thing to do, but it also leads to better decision making, innovation, and overall success.

We actively strive to build a culture where everyone can bring their authentic selves to work, and where all voices are heard and valued. We are dedicated to creating a workplace where everyone feels safe, supported, and empowered to share their ideas, and where everyone is given equal opportunities to grow and excel. We believe that our differences make us stronger, and we will continue to work diligently to create an inclusive culture at D-Orbit that reflects this belief.


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