Stress Engineer Resume

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Andrew Rhem

3487 Neuport Lane

Smyrna, GA 30080

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Job Objective Seeking work as a Stress Engineer in your company in order to bring my past experiences and education with me.

Summary Of Qualifications:

  • Extensive experience in performing stress analysis
  • Wide knowledge of structural components
  • Good understanding of engine mount static, fatigue and crack growth analysis
  • Ability to model and evaluate basic stick and extend design support
  • Ability to use CATIA V4 and V5 and execute defined analysis task
  • Proficient with MathCAD and FEMAP with NC Nastran
  • Superior interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills and logical skills

Work Experience:

Stress Engineer, August 2005 – Present

Orion Electrotech Ltd, Smyrna, GA

  • Conducted static, kinematic and dynamic analyses.
  • Formulated stress and structural documentation.
  • Evaluated drawings and designs.
  • Outlined fresh and profitable processes.
  • Carried out research, calculations and estimates of projects.
  • Managed assignments and monitored project status.
  • Promoted quality initiatives for improvement.

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Ohio Northern University, Ada, OH

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