Job Description Summary
The Compressor Aerodynamics Engineer will be responsible for designing GE Aviation’s next generation of compression components and associated technologies as well as supporting field and manufacturing activities related to booster and compressor modules.
Roles and Responsibilities
As the Compressor Aerodynamics Engineer, you will :
Design aerodynamic compression components and technology and execute aerodynamics efforts related to product manufacturing and field support.
Perform aerodynamic analysis using GE’s suite of in-house design tools, including CFD preprocessing, execution and post-processing in accordance with established design practices.
Analyze component and engine test data to validate aerodynamic designs.
Develop analytical tools / software to improve aerodynamic design and predictive capabilities.
Implement plans to achieve technical and program requirements.
Develop lean processes to improve job productivity and efficiency.
MSc / BSc in Engineering.
0 to 2 years industry experience.
EU work permit required.
Strong organization and analytical skills.
Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
Strong oral and written communication skills especially in English.
Any relevant turbomachinery aerodynamic design experience OR Master’s Degree in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering relevant to turbomachinery aerodynamics.
Knowledge of aerodynamics design, computational fluid dynamic software (e.g. CFX) and CAD software (NX)
Strong interpersonal skills.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Customer satisfaction mindset, ability to work well in a team environment with a positive can do attitude.
To comply with US immigration and other legal requirements, it is necessary to specify the minimum number of years’ experience required for any role based within the USA.
For roles outside of the USA, to ensure compliance with applicable legislation, the JDs should focus on the substantive level of experience required for the role and a minimum number of years should NOT be used.
Relocation Assistance Provided : No