Stress Engineer

  • Location

    Warrington, Cheshire

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    Up to £45.00 per hour

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    Stephen Slade

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  • Published:

    9 months ago

  • Duration:

    9 Months

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Location: Warrington

Rate: £45.00/hr ltd or £34.00/hr PAYE

Duration: 9 months

Job Description

Are you a Stress Engineer who can assess structural / mechanical equipment, developing finite element models and undertaking linear and non-linear analysis?

You will be required to undertake engineering conceptual and detailed calculations in the delivery of customer funded tasks and projects.


  • Competent in developing Finite Element models and undertaking linear and non-linear analysis.
  • Competent in the assessment of structural/mechanical equipment against UK and/or European design codes. Ideally familiar with BS2573, BS EN 13001, BS7608, BS 5950.
  • Competent in a wide range of classical stress analysis techniques for assessing mechanical and structural equipment.
  • The ability to identify load paths and recommend design changes to ensure fit for purpose design before detailed analysis.
  • Competency in seismic analysis preferred.

Job Responsibilities

  • Ensuring that procedures, codes and standards are correctly identified and applied to engineering and technical activities.
  • Producing, reviewing, verifying and approving calculations, analyses and technical reports.
  • Producing, reviewing, verifying and approving technical specifications and method statements.
  • Supporting estimates for bids.
  • Supervising engineers/technical specialists within the same discipline.
  • Ensuring that a fit for purpose approach is adopted in the production of all outputs.
  • Ensuring that adequate Reviewing, Verifying & Approval is undertaken on all their deliverables and for those under their direct control and supervision.

Qualifications & Experience

  • Chartered Engineer preferred however consideration will be given to those working towards chartered status.
  • Engineering or Science degree qualified.
  • Demonstrable experience in stress analysis covering a variety of tasks across a range of complexities.
  • Demonstrable experience in the application of codes and standard covering a range of equipment types.
  • Nuclear industry or other safety or regulated industry preferred.

For further information and to discuss further, please contact Stephen Slade on 0161 924 3959