Lockheed Martin Mechanical Engineer / Thermal Engineer / Orlando, FL in Orlando, Florida
Description: -The Thermal Analysis Mechanical Engineer will be a member of the hardware engineering team and be responsible for the development of mechanical, structural, optical, thermal and electronic systems and assemblies.
-Responsible for research and development of viable thermal and structural solutions for systems and components.
-Experienced with relevant analytic tools for thermal and structural analysis.
-Create and correlate analytical models to provide guidance for product development.
-Functions also include performance, structural and thermal tests and measurements.
-Reports and documents product structural and thermal performance.
-Assesses design merits with regard to product specification and reliability.
-Works with materials and parts suppliers, including plastics, composites, wrought and cast metals, ceramics, additive materials, fans, blowers, heat-sinks, and thermal interface materials..
-Relocation assistance is possible for this exciting position.
-Orlando is a city in the Central Florida area.
-This region is a great place to live and to raise a family. Central Florida offers lots of attractive residential housing options.
-The Greater Orlando metropolitan area is the sixth largest metro area in the southeastern United States.
-The climate here is warm and sunny all year long for the most part.
-Orlando is home to the University of Central Florida (UCF), Walt Disney World, and SeaWorld.
Where can you get to from Orlando?
-Orlando is about an hour's drive from Cocoa Beach and the "space coast" to include NASA and the Kennedy Space Center.
-Tampa is about 1 and ¼ hours from Orlando.
-West Palm Beach is about 2.5 hours to the south and Jacksonville is about 2 hours to the northeast.
-Atlanta, GA is 6 hours to the northwest.
-MUST currently hold an Active Department of Defense Secret Clearance with a closed investigation (or re-investigation) within 6 years.
-Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college, preferably in Mechanical Engineering or Aerospace Engineering (or related field).
-Must have a minimum of 2 years of professional experience in Thermal Engineering or Thermal Analysis with knowledge of Computational Fluid Dynamics.
-Experience with CFD solvers, preferably FloEFD 15 (or higher) OR other comparable CFD pre/postprocessors.
-Experience with FEM solvers, preferably Siemens NX 10 Thermal Suite (or higher) OR other comparable FEM pre/postprocessors.
-Demonstrated thermal test planning and execution skills
-Demonstrated strength in either thermal analysis with a desire to learn more.
-Proficiency in active thermal control hydraulics and refrigeration, as it relates in the Aerospace sector
-Demonstrated strong problem solving and analytical skills.
-Excellent English writing and verbal communication skills for generating test plans, test reports, documentation and potentially proposals are necessary.
-Mature computer skills are required, including proficiency in Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
-Experience with FORTRAN style input decks OR other comparable computer language.
-Experience with ablative thermal protection systems.
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