You will be responsible to develop mechanical structures for all electric propulsion systems (EPS) including (hybrid systems either combustion engines or fuel cells). You will also be involved in thermodynamic projects.
Your main responsibilities will be:
- Develop mechanical structures and concepts related to EPS such as motor and battery
- integration into airplane
- Analyze, design and test mechanical solutions related to heat management
- Perform stress and load analysis to substantiate the mechanical design for certification and flight readiness
- Requirements management incl. the definition of certification requirements.
- Support production with technical advice, problem solving, and integration of
- Maintain detailed and meticulous documentation throughout entire process
- Support the quality and certification related processes
- +5 years of professional experience in mechanical development
- Degree in Mechanical Engineering with knowledge thermodynamic Engineering
- Strong material competences, especially plastics (PC, PEI, PEEK etc.) and their manufacturing processes like injection moulding, blow moulding, extruding, pultruding, vacuum forming, etc.
- Work experience in design and prototyping
- Work experience in aviation projects
- Experience with batteries, and battery standards e.g. RTCA DO311
- Demonstrated ability to follow through and bring projects to its completion
- Solution-oriented, with analytic problem-solving capabilities
- Well organized including ability to properly document
- Capacity to prioritize, manage time effectively and multi-task
- Fluency in English, French an asset
- Work Location: Sion, Switzerland
- Entry Date: immediately
- Only qualified applications will be considered
- Possibility to discuss contribution to re-locating expenses
- No recruitment agencies, please
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H55 is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals regardless of race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on competence, performance, and business needs.