Engineering Analyst
Posted on 11/30/2023
INACTIVE
Commonwealth Fusion Systems

501-1,000 employees

Nuclear Energy Company
Company Overview
Commonwealth's mission is to deploy fusion power plants to meet global decarbonization goals as fast as possible. The company is collaborating with MIT to leverage decades of research combined with new groundbreaking high-temperature superconducting (HTS) magnet technology.
Hardware
Energy
B2B

Company Stage

Series B

Total Funding

$3.8B

Founded

2018

Headquarters

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

17%

1 year growth

43%

2 year growth

168%
Locations
Milpitas, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
CAD
CategoriesNew
Mechanical Engineering
Design Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Mechanical Maintenance and Reliability Engineering
Robotics and Automation Engineering
Thermal and Fluid Systems Engineering
Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
  • 5+ years Thermal and Structural Analysis experience
  • Proficiency with CAD software
  • Familiarity with model reduction and mesh optimization for model efficiency
  • Ansys Cosmol NX Teamcenter Knowledge
  • Knowledge of high temperature alloys and creep
  • Knowledge of low and high cycle fatigue
  • Knowledge of thermal ratcheting
  • Vacuum structures
  • Thin film/PVD
  • Radiation driven designs
  • Experience with high stress, high temperature designs (jet engines, steam turbines, power plants, internal combustion engines, etc.)
Responsibilities
  • Component and integrated thermal and mechanical analysis of complex systems
  • Use analytical methods, finite element/finite difference model simulations, and other analysis tools to produce models, perform analysis, calculations, data reduction, and correlate test results for structures
  • Understand real world applications to successfully validate and calibrate models
  • Working in a team environment to design and analyze mechanical and thermal systems
  • Resolve complex technical issues, generate models, perform thermal analysis, and analyze and interpret results