A structural engineer with experience in structural health monitoring (SHM), time and frequency domain analysis of structural response induced by dynamic forces, and data acquisition.
Conduct research on core and related topics.
Actively support the engineering team with key projects.
MFS provides a comfortable work place, reimbursed travel, unique experience as well as the opportunity to work alongside some of the top leaders in the nondestructive testing and structural health monitoring industry.
Relevant education, experience and -- equally important -- a strong drive to contribute, learn, innovate and, ideally, to grow with MFS.
As a telecommute position, solid written and verbal communication skills as pertains to SHM preferred.
See our website, and attach a cover letter with your resume setting forth your qualification and interest specific to this position.
MFS is rapidly growing, and developing and commercializing exciting, new cutting edge technologies in SHM and NDT. Grad students and grads are strongly encouraged to apply. MFS has numerous opportunities and interesting projects available for qualified interns. One of our key, full time engineers began at MFS as a grad student/intern.
Metal Fatigue Solutions (MFS) develops, manufactures and markets next-generation non-destructive testing (NDT) devices and systems that indicate the true status of fatigue damage in a metal component. The Company’s customers include the State DOTs, Infrastructure Owners, the U.S. Federal Government, and private engineering firms (http://metal-fatigue-solutions.com)
Initially commercialized in 2...005, MFS’ flagship product is the industry leading Electrochemical Fatigue Sensor (EFS™), an instrument that detects microscopic growing fatigue cracks in metals. With seven patents, MFS owns the only NDT technology able to find growing cracks as minute as 0.01 inches – critical information that enables structural engineers to isolate and repair the more than 100,000 US steel bridges classified as structurally deficient or functionally obsolete by the Federal Highway Administration. EFS is also applicable to aerospace, ships, cranes, railways, power plants, nuclear facilities, chemical plants, mining equipment, piping systems and “heavy iron.” (www.metal-fatigue-solutions.com)
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