Fluid Dynamics Engineer
Stress Engineering Services Inc
Cincinnati, OH
Stress Engineering Services, Inc. is the premier provider of engineered solutions and professional consulting services across a wide range of engineering disciplines. Since 1972, our clients have benefited from our special in-depth technical knowledge and proven performance in failure analysis, solid mechanics and structural design, reliability and predictive engineering, instrumentation and testing, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, floating systems, forensics, and material science. We maintain an excellent reputation within the industries we serve, with more than 80% of our current business from repeat clients or direct referrals.

Provide CFD support on projects
Keep abreast with developments in CFD software, share knowledge on CFD software enhancements
Participate in the development and continued improvement of CFD capabilities in the Cincinnati office
Work with clients to assess their objectives, develop project proposals based on client requests and discussions, perform CFD analysis for a wide array of applications and industries, recommend design improvements, document analysis findings in reports and make presentations to clients
Contribute to other modeling studies (such as analytical models, systems models… as required
Work effectively within a multidisciplinary consultancy team
Be responsible for the content, quality, delivery and innovation of the work undertaken
Keep abreast with industry developments, share knowledge, and contribute to new developments in this area
Ensure that all deliverables are in accordance with the industry's standards and Stress’ own internal standards, quality processes and requirements
M.S. or Ph.D. in Mechanical, Aerospace, or Chemical Engineering (required)
Minimum 2 – 5 years of industrial experience (required)
Experience with commercial CFD software, preferably Fluent (required)
Experience performing flow analysis (required)
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills (required)
Registered professional engineer (P.E.) or possess the ability to become registered (required)
Must be eligible to work in the U.S for any employer without sponsorship (required)