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Research Engineer - Explosion and Fluid Dynamics

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Date: 08-Jun-2018

Location: Halifax, NS, CA

Company: Lloyds Register

Job ID:15261
Location:Halifax : 1888 Brunswick Street (LR_L000027) 
Position Category:Engineering
Department:CA923050 : Applied Technology Group (CA923050)
Position Type:Employee Regular
Education Required:See Job Description
Experience Required:See Job Description

Job Overview

Bring your engineering analysis skills and knowledge of compressible flows and computational fluid dynamics to our Research Engineer role and develop your career in a company that sets global standards for excellence. 

Inquisitive, dedicated engineers like you can reach your full potential with Lloyd’s Register Applied Technology Group. As experts in applying leading industry design and technology, we help ensure our clients achieve their goals and keep their assets safe. We provide multidisciplinary consulting services, engineering analysis software, and contract research services to clients in industry and government worldwide. With a reputation founded on the expertise of our people around the world, our technical knowledge is at the core of our business. This has given us the capability to deliver genuine innovation across diverse markets and apply tomorrow's technologies, today. Join our team at the Halifax, Nova Scotia office.


About the role

You’ll work with a team of high-performing engineers delivering innovative solutions to a range of client challenges, particularly in the areas of public safety, industry and defence. You’ll conduct research and product development activities relating to explosive blast, shock physics, reactive flows, compressible-flow computational fluid dynamics, and structural response to blast through application of new models and modification of existing codes. You will contribute to, and prepare, technical reports and scientific publications.

You will build relationships with internal and external clients, be hands on in assessing complex problems, and help build the business. Meanwhile, you’ll stay focused on your own Continuous Professional Development, actively seeking out opportunities to enhance your expertise and keep your skills fully up to date.

 

You will:

  • Have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in engineering (Mechanical, Chemical, or Aerospace).
  • Maintain registration as an Engineer-in-Training or Registered/Licensed Professional Engineer with Engineers Nova Scotia or other Canadian professional engineering association.
  • Demonstrated research skills in fluid dynamics (compressible flows), thermodynamics, and chemistry. Experience in explosion/shock/blast physics, or a related area, of particular interest.
  • Demonstrated experience in the development/application of CFD models.
  • Demonstrated experience in the analysis of structural response to highly dynamic loads, and experience in using FEA tools such as LS-DYNA, considered an asset.
  • Experience in computer programming. Experience in CFD code development considered an asset.
  • Working knowledge of Linux OS and experience in parallel/scientific computing considered an asset.
  • Experience working in a consulting environment considered an asset.
  • Be eligible for Personal Security Clearance with the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (Mandatory)
  • Actively participate in our safety management system to ensure safe working conditions for you, your co-workers, our clients, and the general public.

 

About us

Lloyd’s Register moves with the times. With 250+ years of industry-defining excellence behind us, we’re more committed than ever to meeting the challenge of setting today’s global standards of marine and public safety. This is why we want innovators like you on board. After all, we believe in safety, not comfort zones. Prepare for fresh challenges every day, with more access to work that interests you personally and stretches you professionally. Join us to make more of your skills and do more of what you love.

 

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