Aerodynamics Stores Release
Would you like to provide engineering expertise in Aerodynamics to design and develop an air vehicle? We currently have an exciting vacancy for a Aerodynamics Stores Release & Jettison (SR&J) Engineer working with our highly experienced team in the cosmopolitan city of Ankara, Turkey.
The role involves being part of a team responsible for developing the modelling and simulations to be used in the SR&J process, and then use these as the basis for carrying out the work for this new generation combat aircraft
The aircraft is in the very early stages of design and this role will provide an opportunity to be at the heart of, and influencing, the development of this exciting project.
You will be working in a multi-national team interfacing with a wide spectrum of specialist engineers across the project
Your main responsibilities as an Aerodynamics Stores Release specialist will involve:
Plan and deliver assigned work (own and any supervised staff) to cost and schedule to meet customer and business needs
The technical content of the work (own and by supervised staff), including deliverables, is acceptable to the customer and utilises the most efficient engineering methods available.
Ensure all work is compatible with quality policies and that procedures are followed
Ensure effective interactions and communications with customers, suppliers and others, to promote the best interests of the team, project and company
Actively contribute to development, and team expertise, to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
Your skills and qualifications:
A good degree (or equivalent) in Aeronautical Engineering or related STEM subjects with Aerodynamics content and several years of experience of applying this knowledge in an industrial context.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a good working knowledge
Stores carriage and release mechanisms
Certification requirements and store safe separation criteria
Numerical modelling and analysis techniques
Aerodynamic characterisation and parametric modelling of aircraft and stores
Also have familiarity with the following;
A range of different stores types and classes
Model matching and verification
Linear and non-linear analysis
Test specification and test support
Safety Case development
Wind tunnel testing
Location: Turkey, Ankara
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If you're looking for a unique challenge, apply your talent where it counts with BAE Systems Turkey. We are committed to recruiting, developing and retaining the very best people as we expand our presence in Turkey, working closely with Turkish Aerospace Industries on the TF-X programme to develop a fifth generation fighter jet for the Turkish Air Force.
The TF-X Programme was launched in December 2010 for the acquisition of a domestically developed aircraft to fulfil the Turkish Air Force's requirements for combat aircraft beyond 2020. It is a National Prestige Program for a fifth generation fighter.
There are a range of exciting roles available based in Ankara in Turkey between 2020 and 2023. These will be predominantly located at the Turkish Aerospace Industries site in Ankara. As a valued team member you'll enjoy a competitive salary and benefits package, as well having the chance to further your skills by working on an exciting and cutting edge project.
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