Airframe Structures Engineer
Technical Specialist 2
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Boom Supersonic

201-500 employees

Develops commercial supersonic airliners for faster travel.
Company Overview
Boom Supersonic, a pioneer in the aviation industry, is committed to redefining commercial flight by reintroducing supersonic travel with its groundbreaking airliner, Overture, which is designed to meet top-tier standards of speed, safety, and sustainability. The company's vision of making the world more accessible through faster travel has attracted a diverse team of over 150 professionals who have contributed to more than 220 air and spacecraft programs. Boom's industry leadership is further evidenced by its partnership with a major U.S. airline, marking the first aircraft purchase agreement for a supersonic fleet.
Hardware
Energy

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$415M

Founded

2014

Headquarters

Englewood, Colorado

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

-3%

1 year growth

2%

2 year growth

27%
Locations
Centennial, CO, USA
Experience Level
Entry
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Expert
Desired Skills
CAD
CategoriesNew
Aerospace Engineering
Requirements
  • Bachelor, Master or Doctorate of Science degree in engineering with 10 or more years of experience in aerospace or an equivalent combination of technical education and aerospace experience
  • Demonstrated proficiency with at least one CAD system
  • Excellent communication skills, ability to interface effectively with different engineering groups internally as well as existing and potential suppliers
  • Demonstrated experience creating CAD models and designing composite and metallic components and structures
  • Team building communication skills, the ability to interface effectively with different groups internally and externally
  • Demonstrated experience in key technical disciplines: metallic & composite materials, material & processes, load path, stress, finite element modeling
  • Problem-solving and collaboration skills are a must; can work with large teams to solve complex, ambiguous technical problems
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to interface effectively with different groups internally and externally
  • Previous experience with structural and systems integration related to structural design ownership/responsibility on a development aircraft
  • Ability to understand early development priorities to inform detailed design decisions
  • Familiarity with FAR Part 25 requirements
  • Materials testing and aircraft structure certification experience
  • Experience with component and assembly level structural tests
  • Experience with finite element analysis of aerospace structures
  • Coupon and element level structural testing experience
  • Hands on composite fabrication experience
  • Want to build a faster future? Come join Boom
Responsibilities
  • Preliminary and detailed design of composite and metallic aircraft structures
  • Support configuration development and trade studies
  • Support manufacturing teams and external suppliers through fabrication and assembly planning and build of the aircraft
  • Classical analysis of primary and secondary aircraft structures
  • Developing test plans and oversee design of component and assembly level structural tests in collaboration with Stress Analysis
  • Support material allowables development
  • Create specifications, and other documentation for the development of structural flight hardware
  • Create or modify existing CAD Models in a PLM environment