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Rolls-Royce

Rotatives Engineering has an excellent opportunity for a Stress Technologist.

Rotatives cover a wide variety of Critical part components including Turbine and Fan discs, Compressor drums and shafts.

The work is technically challenging and will involve a range of analysis techniques including assessing the integrity of components, evaluating low cycle fatigue, creep, damage tolerance and rotor burst. Analysis techniques range from using hand calculations to evaluate the strength of components to linear and non-linear Finite Element codes and optimisation software. Responsibilities will include plans to assist IPT leaders and resource managers.

The position offers the opportunity to work in all stages of the PILM process from preliminary design, through New Product Introduction to in-service arisings (safety) and manufacturing support.

The position provides a high level of visibility with opportunities for career advancement, and can be defined to suit a recent graduate looking to start their career by developing strong technical skills and working on high profile programmes to a proven technologist who can also be challenged with developing assessment strategies and developing robust solutions.

This position will be part of the Technologist Structure, and rapid advancement through the Technologist grades is possible for capable, highly motivated candidates. The level and salary of the position will be dependent on the skills and experience of the successful candidate.

The Rotatives Stress team interfaces with a number of other areas including Engine Project Teams, Design, Manufacturing and other supply chain units. External contacts include airworthiness authorities (CAA and EASA). The team has extensive contacts with Rolls-Royce Deutschland, Rolls-Royce Corporation (Indianapolis) and RROIPL (Bangalore).

You will be educated to degree level or equivalent in Mechanical or Aeronautical Engineering, Materials Technology, Mathematics, Physics or a similar related discipline.

You will have proven analytical and problem solving skills, and be self-motivated with the ability to plan and manage a wide variety of work concurrently.

  • Stress engineer, critical parts (Discs and Drums), materials: Titanium alloys , Nickel Alloys, Steels
  • 2D, 3D stress analysis with Sc03, Abaqus (elastic and inelastic)
  • LCF: lifing on rig tests, databank
  • Damage Tolerance/Crack propagation: Handling damage (deterministic and probabilistic), Manufacturing anomalies (probabilistic assessment)
  • Integrity: disc burst and rim peel
  • Corrosion
  • Planning: Engineering Critical Parts Plans
  • Management of subcontractors possible
  • Knowledge of Teamcenter is beneficial

In return, we offer excellent development prospects, coupled with the salary and benefits you would expect of an internationally renowned and successful organisation.

Please be aware that priority will be given to employees identified as being in an affected group.

For further information about this position please contact : Andrew Robertson, Rotatives Engineering Manager, Stress on +44 (0)1332 2 41064.

Please ensure you inform your current manager of your application for this role.

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We are unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to live and work in the UK. Due to the Coalition Government's interim immigration limits Rolls-Royce Plc's ability to sponsor employees under Tier 2 (General) of the Points Based System is very limited. Candidates from outside the EEA are therefore encouraged to explore immigration routes which will allow them to work in the UK without such sponsorship.

In the recruitment process all candidates are required to provide the necessary right to work information and documentation

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