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Open Position in Computation Solid Mechanics

Position: Computational Solid Mechanics Research Engineer

Company: Global Engineering Research and Technologies (GERT)

Location: Tucson, Arizona, USA 

Full/Part time: Full Time. 

Benefits: Yes.

Salary: Commensurate with Qualifications.

Remote employment: No. Must be willing to relocate to Tucson, AZ.

Legal Work Status: Must have the necessary legal documents allowing you to hold a work full-time position in the U.S.A 

 

Global Engineering Research and Technologies is seeking an outstanding candidate for a computational solid mechanics engineer position.


The position requires the engineer to develop simulation methodologies and codes for solid mechanics applications. Code development involves both new and existing codes. In addition to excellent technical knowledge, the engineer is expected to have initiative, research-minded critical thinking, good
communication (written and verbal) and presentation skills. The engineer is expected to write/participate in research proposals.  

Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in mechanical, aerospace or structural engineering, or mechanics. Exceptional candidates with M.Sc. in above fields will be considered.
  • Code development experience in Fortran or C/C++ that is demonstrable. Experience in parallel computing and linux-OS level proficiency is desired.
  • Evidence of experience in computational solid mechanics.
  • Evidence of communication (written and verbal) and presentation skills. Experience in proposal writing and securing funding is desired. 

  How to To Apply

Send email to contact@gertechnologies.com
with a single PDF file containing a cover page, a mention of your
ability to work in the US standing (e.g. US citizen, Permanent Resident,
OPT, work visa), a resume  including details of past research
experience, names, phone numbers and email addresses of three
references.

Thank You

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