• Mechanical Systems Design & Analysis Engineer 4

    Job Locations US-AZ-Mesa
  • Overview

    Be a part of the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems.  If you take pride in your work, want a challenge that inspires your best ideas, and enjoy being part of a winning team, this is the place for you.


    We are currently searching for the right talent to fill this opportunity:


    Mechanical Systems Design & Analysis Engineer 4

     (U.S. Citizenship Required*)

    Mesa, AZ



    • Lead and provide technical quality review of the development and documentation of mechanical and fluid systems and thermal environment to establish the system design.
    • Lead activities to validate and verify mechanical and fluid systems requirements.
    • Lead development, maintenance or modification of system components' designs/proposals to provide installation and detail documentation.
    • Perform and document analyses.
    • Manage supplier development, test and production activities and directs the supplier to optimize integration and achieve program goals.
    • Prioritize, delegate and track performance and documentation of analyses of mechanisms/landing gear/ordnance components and systems, selecting appropriate methods to validate or assess the design.
    • Support proposal preparation and new business development efforts.
    • Train and coach others. Work under minimal direction.
    • Travel up to 10%


    • Highly experienced and skilled Mechanical systems design engineer with experience, knowledge and excellent usage of 2 major 3D CAD/CAM systems: Catia v5/Enovia and UG-NX/Team center
    • Catia v5 - 3D CAD/CAM tool, tool suite with knowledge and experience creating MBDs, Relational models, IRMs, ARMs, CARMs, and the IVT tool
      • Experienced and skilled in working with Commercial Enovia PDM tool
      • Experienced and skilled in working with Commercial processes and procedures, such as releasing technical data packages through the BCA release process
    • UG-NX - 3D CAD/CAM tool, tool suite with knowledge and experience creating MBDs, CLOs, ALOs, ICMs, Fly-Through models
      • Have experience with BDS – military Team Center (TcE) PDM and BDS’s - release processes
      • Experienced and skilled in using with BDS – military/space Team Center PDM tool
      • Experience and skilled in with BDS – military/space processes and procedures, such as releasing technical data packages through the BDS release process.

    *U.S. Citizenship is required by law, regulation, executive order, or government contract.


    Education and Experience

    • Bachelor's and 9 or more years' experience, Master's with 7 or more years' experience or PhD with 4 or more years' experience.
    • Degree from an ABET accredited course of study, in engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or chemistry.


    Conditions of Employment:

    Applicants selected for employment will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screening and background investigation which may include education, criminal and work history verifications.


    About Our Company:

    Moseley Technical Services, Inc. is dedicated to providing our clients with a high standard of quality products and services. For two decades, our reputation has been built on this dedication and the long-term relationships developed with some of the most prestigious companies in the aerospace and defense industries.  These business relationships give you the opportunity to not only find a job, but to find one you can value and enjoy. We will be dedicated to you and to making your career a success.


    Accepted applicants will have the opportunity to be eligible for benefits, including medical and supplemental insurance and a 401K. Appreciation and gratitude for employees is a hallmark of organizations with low turnover.


    Moseley Technical Services, Inc. is an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled Employer.


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