Senior nuclear structural calculation Engineer

Senior nuclear structural calculation Engineer

12 Mar, 2021

    Senior nuclear structural calculation Engineer

    12 Mar, 2021

      Applications are no longer accepted


      We are DAES, Development of Advanced Engineering Solutions, a Swiss dynamic engineering company experienced in complex technical projects and advanced engineering simulations. Our field of expertise is applied in the energy, watches, mobility and life sciences industries. The company is assigned and involved in several innovative H2020 projects with partners located in Europe.

      Our moto: #Insimulationwetrust


      Interested in getting a position as a Senior nuclear structural calculation Engineer in one of the most prestigious projects in the world? You are considered as an expert in FEA analysis with ANSYS for nuclear equipment to:

      • perform FEA analysis of complex structure compliant with nuclear design codes (ASME, RCC-M…);
      • detail review of technical notes presenting FEA analysis;
      • fix management project;
      • drive resource management planning;


      Your profile & Skills

      • Master degree in mechanical engineering, mechanical design using ANSYS APDL and WORKBENCH software: minimum 5 years of practice
      • Strong knowledge of nuclear standards (environment, safety and codes RCCM, ASME…)
      • Minimum 8 years of experience, including several years in nuclear projects
      • Problem solver
      • Autonomous and curious – Highly interested in scientific/Multiphysics systems
      • Rigorous – project oriented – team player
      • Very good writing capabilities of technical and scientific reports
      • English (oral /written): highly proficient in spoken and written
      • Computing: “Office style” suite


      Only UE/AELE citizenships applications will be considered.

      This is a full-time permanent position

      Location: flexible mobility will be required


      Let’s experiment an extremely empowering journey with DAES! #insimulationwetrust