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Structural Engineer / FE Analyst

TitanX is strengthening its numerical simulation capabilities. As part of this process, we are looking for two additional FE Analysts.

The exact scope and location of each position can to some extent be adjusted, function of the applications we will receive. We therefore encourage anyone looking for new challenges and exciting opportunities in the field of simulation to send their CV to our Group Simulation Manager, Jean-Baptiste Leydet. E-mail:

Some requirements common to both positions:
- Proven skills in FEA in an industrial context (vs. purely academic work),
- M.S. or Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent,
- Solid knowledge of the physics of durability (analytical, experimental and numerical),
- Decent knowledge of fluid dynamics and heat transfer,
- Hands on experience building, instrumenting and testing physical prototypes is a merit,
- Experience in the automotive industry is a merit,
- Strong quality mindset: hope is not a strategy!
- Excellent communication skills in English,
- Team player.

Apply early for best consideration!

TitanX is a world leading supplier of medium and heavy diesel engine cooling solutions. We serve global commercial vehicle OEM’s from our production and R&D units in Mjällby and Linköping in Sweden and Jamestown, NY, USA. With our almost 1000 employees and through our operations, which are characterized by technological development and advanced engineering, we seek to Xceed our customers Xpectations.

The engine cooling/heat transfer application segment is characterized by rapid technical development, driven by ever increasing regulatory demands on reduced emissions and improved fuel efficiency. TitanX has a well-established culture of maintaining Operational Excellence and Superior Quality at the Best Possible Cost driven by a rigorous application of our continuous improvement method TiSiX.

For more information about our company, please visit our website

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