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Design Engineer - Structures

  • Location: Shannon
  • Sector: Digital / FPGA, Embedded Software, Mechanical
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: DRS 34872/2
  • Rate: £35
This vacancy has now expired.

Job description

Are you an experienced Contract Design Engineer?
Do you have an experience working with Aircraft structure design?
Do you have experience of working within the Aerospace industry?
Do you have knowledge of EASA Part 21 Regulations?

If you answered yes to the above then Redline have a fantastic contract opportunity for you!

We are actively seeking a Contract Structures Design Engineer for a leading company in the Aerospace industry based in Ireland.

The Contract Structures Design Engineer will be part of the design team and will be responsible for the preparation and development of design solutions.
The ideal Contract Structures Design Engineer will have knowledge in:
- EASA/FAA regulations (Part 21, Part M, Part 145)
- EASA design standards and CS 25 regulations
- MS Office products and AutoCad
- Engineering Degree or Part 66 license
For more information on this Contract Structures Design Engineers position, please contact the Redline Group directly and ask for Dante quoting Ref DRS 34872/2


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