CFD Engineer / Senior CFD Engineer (DOE)
We sponsor H1B visas. We are open to employees working remotely from CO, TX, AZ, OR, IL, MD, NC, SC, FL, or possibly others.
Come work in one of the best small cities in the US1 for one of the best companies in New Mexico2! Flow Science is growing tech company with deep roots looking for outstanding engineers with an interest or expertise in the aerospace, automotive, additive manufacturing, and consumer products industries.
Principal Responsibilities and Key Requirements
CFD engineers work at the intersection of classical physics, numerical methods, and computer science. We apply our expertise in these fields to help clients solve complex real-world engineering problems, teach applied CFD, and guide our development teams to create new models that grow our capabilities and application areas. This challenging and dynamic role requires the following skills to be successful:
An engineering degree from an ABET or equivalently accredited university and some work experience
MS degree (mechanical, aerospace, or chemical engineering preferred) and engineering internship experience OR
BS degree (mechanical, aerospace, or chemical engineering preferred) and 2+ years of engineering work experience
Candidates with 5+ years of experience using commercial CFD code in industry can be considered for the Senior CFD Engineer position.
Strong understanding of engineering fundamentals, particularly fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and solid mechanics
Excellent oral communication, technical writing, and interpersonal skills
Ability to comfortably navigate a diverse, multicultural environment
Excellent organizational skills
Common sense and an unending desire to learn
Senior CFD Engineer
5+ years of relevant industry experience to be considered for this role
2+ years work experience in a formal software development environment
2+ years of project or people management experience
Preferred Skills and Experience
Exceptional CFD engineers usually draw heavily on the following skills and experience:
2+ years of relevant industry or academic experience (e.g., additive manufacturing, propellant management design, slosh analysis, consumer product processing, coating, analysis of complex fluids, etc.)
Experience with FEA or other numerical analysis
Experience with experimental setups and data analysis
Experience with 3D CAD
Programming experience (FORTRAN and Python)
Demonstrated initiative in work projects
Demonstrated ability to distill information into clear requirements
Experience working on software development projects or interfacing with software development teams, especially for engineering analysis software
Knowledge of Agile methods and tools
Flow Science offers an exceptional benefits package to full-time employees including medical, dental, vision insurances, life and disability insurances, 401(k) and profit-sharing plans with generous employer matching, and an incentive compensation plan that offers a year-end bonus opportunity up to 30% of base salary.
1 HuffPost listed Santa Fe, NM as one of the top 5 small cities in the US
2 Flow Science has been named one of the Best Places to Work in New Mexico by Albuquerque Business First.