#JobFindFriday – Facebook – Mechanical Design Engineer #Intern

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Welcome all to another #JobFindFriday today we are having a look at the opportunities provided by the world’s largest social media powerhouse that is FACEBOOK.

 

Facebook was built to help people connect and share, and over the last decade our tools have played a critical part in changing how people around the world communicate with one another. With over a billion people using the service and more than fifty offices around the globe, a career at Facebook offers countless ways to make an impact in a fast growing organization.

 

Infrastructure –  Mechanical Design Engineer, Intern (Summer 2016)

Facebook is looking for an intern to assist in mechanical design and configuration layout for high-altitude solar powered aircraft. A successful candidate will work under the guidance of the airframe designers and will be required to help develop structural and mechanical solutions and assist with the optimisation of the composite airframe. This is a 12 week internship position that will be based in Somerset.

 

Responsibilities

Work closely with the airframe specialists, launch system teams and vendors to develop the airframe design and develop CAD models for aircraft systems. Research and develop innovative solutions and layouts

Requirements

Pursuing a BSc or BEng in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering or a related technical discipline
Good understanding of:
Aerospace Materials
Composite design and materials
Development of mechanisms
Structural design and mass property evaluation
A knowledge of CAD System – either SolidWorks or CATIA would be an advantage
Composites knowledge would be an advantage

 

Does this sound like something you’d be interested in?…

Does this sound like something you can achieve and accomplish?…..

Does this sound the first career steps to you ultimate dream job?……

If so click this link and get applying – https://goo.gl/RBHeZN

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