Stress Engineer

Location: Hingham
Salary: Competitive

We are expanding our stress engineering team and are looking for an experienced Engineer within this field to join us!  If you are looking for a role within a growing organisation where there is an opportunity to develop your career path this is the role for you!

As our experienced Stress Engineer you will be responsible for supporting CAE activities by carrying out all phases of assigned CAE projects. This will involve finite element modelling, results review, hand calculations and report preparation covering both structural and occupant safety performance of Mirus products.

The role is highly CAE focused, using both Optistruct and RADIOSS in order to provide exceptional engineering solutions.  You will work closely with all areas of the business in order to ensure integration of CAE with both physical testing and the wider project team.

You will partner and work with the Engineering Team, Lead Engineers, and the Certification Team, where you will ensure that our products will meet the regulatory guidelines and requirements. Meeting the customer brief in accordance with the programme delivery, in terms of structural integrity (strength and impact resistance), stiffness, cost and weight.

About the person:

To be a successful candidate for this role you must be able to demonstrate the following attributes and skillset:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related scientific field and experience working as a Stress Engineer
  • Ability to perform static hand calculations
  • Competence of physical test protocols associated with stress, structural and occupant injury
  • Must be capable of producing high-quality FE models and reports under minimal supervision
  • A track record of applying CAE tools to provide design direction

About our benefits:

  • Pension - up to 8% contribution (4% Employee/ 4% Employer)
  • 25 days holiday + bank holidays
  • An additional day off on or around your birthday
  • Christmas shut down
  • Refer a friend scheme
  • Long Service Award
  • Agile working - flexibility around start and finish times in line with our policy
  • Early finish on a Friday
  • Training and development - Support, coaching and guidance from a team of industry leading renowned specialists
  • Generous Family Friendly Benefits
  • Company Sick Pay Scheme
  • SimplyHealth - helps cover every day healthcare costs such as eye tests and dental checkups, as well as providing mental health support and access to GP services
  • Social events throughout the year including our Christmas Party!
  • Free on-site carparking

If you are interested in our Stress Engineer role and want to join an exciting business within the aviation sector, please email your CV to

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