Who are Answer Engineering and Re:Build Manufacturing?

Answer Engineering, a Re:Build Manufacturing company, is an exceptional engineering firm providing aerospace design and analysis services to companies around the world. The team tackles challenging engineering problems ranging from electric vertical take-off platforms (EVTOL), to space tourism. To meet the demands of our customers, Answer Engineering is embarking on building a first-class support organization to ensure the engineering team can remain focused on engineering challenges. The Operations Team performs the finance operations for the company, plans company events, ensures our office remains stocked with all essentials, and promotes our company culture. Answer Engineering is a casual work environment where discussions take place in the open, events are frequent including company BBQs and ski trips, and our office remains stocked with a variety of snacks and beverage options. Answer Engineering reinforces the value of having a diverse workforce and promotes equity and inclusion for all employees.

At Re:Build Manufacturing we're rebuilding America's manufacturing base and creating meaningful, sustainable jobs in areas that have been deindustrialized over the past 20-30 years. Our strategy is to employ technology, systems, deep financial resources, and best management practices to compete and win as manufacturers in the global market. We are NOT private equity. We do not buy companies with the intention of selling them. Over the next decades we want to make a difference in the US Manufacturing economy and the communities in which we operate. We believe in the power of people and the long-term competitive advantage that can be derived from helping our employees achieve their fullest potential.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for experienced design engineers to add to our team! As a Senior Design Engineer, you will be responsible for the design and analysis of aerospace structures and lead teams of younger engineers. This position will encompass all program cycles including concept design, prototyping, detailed analysis, modeling, drafting, manufacturing, testing, and flight. You will frequently use CAD and Finite Element Analysis programs to bring conceptual ideas to reality. Significant experience with multiple CAD packages (Catia, Inventor, NX, SolidWorks) is required. You will be responsible to quickly develop CAD and/or prototype models and present quality results to customers. This position will require you to collaborate between program management, analysis, procurement, and manufacturing teams. To be successful in this role strong presentation and communication skills are a must.

What you get to do!

  • Design of primary and secondary aerospace structures and systems
  • Creating and delivering CAD models and presentations to customers
  • Communicate across engineering disciplines to make program critical decisions
  • Identify core issues, develop solutions, and effectively communicate the impacts across internal and external teams
  • Lead, mentor, and collaborate with other engineers, both internally and externally
  • Manage schedule and tasking to meet and exceed expectations
  • Develop supporting material for design such as bill of materials, assembly or installation procedures, and weight optimization trades
  • Support and collaborate with program management, analysis, procurement, and manufacturing teams

What you will bring to the Team

  • 7-15 years of relevant experience
  • B.S. in mechanical or aerospace engineering (or comparable education/work experience)
  • Moderate travel
  • Must be a US citizen or permanent resident with the ability to obtain a security clearance
  • Demonstrated experience designing composite and metallic parts and assemblies
  • Systems design experience: flight controls, landing gear, hydraulic, etc.
  • Proficient with multiple CAD programs such as Catia or Solidworks
  • Familiar with analysis packages such as FEMAP and NASTRAN (or equivalent)
  • Significant experience drafting parts, assemblies, and installation drawings using GD&T (ASME Y14.5) best practices
  • Working knowledge of aerospace materials, hardware, and fabrication techniques
  • Rapid prototype experience
  • Familiar with fabrication, inspection, and repair of composites and metallic parts and assemblies
  • Experience with design lifecycle and configuration management systems
  • Hands on experience with machining and composite layup
  • Test plan development and structural testing experience
  • Team building and collaboration skills are a must; work across all disciplines to solve complex engineering problems

Benefits

  • 401k with company match
  • Health, vision, and dental insurance
  • Paid sick leave
  • Parental leave program
  • Relocation assistance
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Hybrid work option
  • Education reimbursement program
  • Shop use for personal projects
  • Dog friendly office
  • Company sponsored events
  • Office drinks and snacks

Salary Range

  • $110,000 - $165,000 depending on experience

The BIG payoff

We are a company who is going to make a difference in the industries and the communities in which we choose to operate.

Every employee of Re:Build will share ownership in the company and will share in the financial rewards of the success we achieve together, at all levels of the company!

We want to work with people that reflect the communities in which we operate

Re:Build Manufacturing is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, marital status, parental status, cultural background, organizational level, work styles, tenure and life experiences. Or for any other reason.

Re:Build is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at accommodations.ta@ReBuildmanufacturing.com or you may call us at 617.909.6275.

 

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