At NDTL, we are pushing the boundaries of turbomachinery research and exploring new frontiers of aerospace engineering. We are always looking for creative individuals with unique technical skills and a passion to use them everyday. Are you ready to test the limits with us? If you are the ideal candidate for one of our current open positions or know how you can be the ideal team member in a different role, send your CV and a cover letter explaining your experience, expertise, and capabilities to email@example.com.
We are always looking for aerospace and mechanical engineers with experience in any of the following areas:
- Mechanical design
- Engineering analysis
- Project management/Project engineering
- Bachelors’ degree, Master’s degree preferred
- 1-2 years of experience (relevant internships or graduate research counts) in mechanical and aerospace engineering fields
- A record of strong academic performance
- Familiarity with the typical software and tools relevant to the position
- Some industry experience preferred
Experienced Engineering Professionals
We are always looking for professionals with experience in any of the following areas:
- Mechanical design and drawing process review
- Engineering management
- Aerospace and mechanical engineering
- Project management
- Engineering procurement
- Bachelor’s degree in aerospace and mechanical engineering with over 10 years of experience
- Master’s degree in aerospace and mechanical engineering with 5-10 years of experience
- PhD preferred for some positions
- Expertise and proficiency with the software and tools relevant to the position
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