Airbus

A350 Wing Engineering - Structural Analysis Internship

Description of the job

This internship is intended to provide the successful candidate a great opportunity to fully understand how Wings and Aircraft are designed in the modern digital world. It will also ensure an in-depth understanding of human complex interaction in a full Transnational environment. You'll enjoy it!

Tasks

  • Support Principal Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Engineer for Wing with her/his daily activities.
  • Organising/Supporting workshops and critical meetings
  • Acquire basic knowledge for wing structure design and practice
  • Acquire basic comprehension of design principles
  • Acquire basic knowledge of integration
  • Acquire basic knowledge of manufacturing process and implication in design and continued airworthiness environments
  • Acquire Basic Stress knowledge and familiarise with Airbus Methods and Tools.
  • Perform basic Fatigue And Damage Tolerance assessments
  • Become proficient by the end of the internship with ISAMI analyst tool processes (ISAMI is the Airbus platform used to perform structural analysis assessment)
  • Create Stress reports in support of certification, continuous product development and/or incremental development activities.
  • Support either in-house or external work packages in delivering their committtments
  • Being able to integrate within different team dynamics
  • Acquire leadership skills and knowledge.
  • Understand Airbus Group vision and strategy and its financial performance drivers
  • Show proactivity and autonomy in organising & learning
  • Show interest and curiosity in diverse technical and non technical challenges.

Skills

You must be an undergraduate for the full duration of the placement studying towards a degree in one of the following:

  • Aerospace Aeronautical Mechanical
  • Computer Science

Required skills:

  • Work experience preferred Knowledge of programming languages beneficial
  • Passion for Aerospace and Engineering

 

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