Geocent Recruiting Team

  • Internal Loads Stress Analysis

    Job ID 2019-5406
    Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
    Minimum Clearance Level Required to Start
  • Overview

    Geocent's Aerospace & Defense Engineering Sector offers exciting and challenging opportunities in the Space and Missile Defense Industry. Geocent employees across the country subscribe to the company's culture of focusing on results when serving our large, diverse group of clients nationwide.


    • Perform internal loads analysis to support stress analysis of space flight hardware to include secondary structure, cryogenic propulsion structures, and interfaces.
    • Build models or take structural models and apply loads to models.
    • Input levels and perform response analysis.
    • Input levels include random environments, vibration and acoustic loading, high frequency loads, low frequency loads, coupled loads, and quasi-static loading and environments.
    • Post-process data for case-consistent or time-consistent application to stress analysis.
    • Generate inputs for final stress analysis.
    • Support test execution, analyze test results, and produce reports to validate and verify that systems and components meet requirements and specifications.
    • Define and document certification and test results to substantiate the requirements are satisfied.
    • Perform structural analysis to determine structural integrity (margins of safety) using classical techniques and Buyer tools, including hand calculations for preliminary sizing, to support drawing release.



    Due to this government contract, all candidates must be a US Citizen.

    EEO Statement

    Geocent is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.


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