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      OPPORTUNITY: Make innovative technical contributions to diverse engineering projects with the added benefits of working in a New England college town. Our location in Hanover, New Hampshire, offers the best of four-season living, including exceptional opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast, excellence in medical centers and schools, and cultural amenities offered by Dartmouth College. Enjoy a beautiful, traffic-free commute to work, affordable housing, safe neighborhoods, and no State sales or income tax!

      Bring space-qualified hardware to life through concept development, analysis, mechanical design, and coordination of fabrication and testing. As a Mechanical R&D Engineer, the focus will be on electro-mechanical and thermal-fluid systems. You will enjoy:

      • Variety of Work. Work on several “clean-sheet†R&D projects at a time. Example current/past projects: spacecraft cryogenic systems, compact combustors, vacuum pumps for Mars rovers, precision scroll pumps, and turbines with shaft speeds greater than 500,000 rpm.
      • Opportunities to Apply Engineering Principles. Use statics, dynamics, fluid flow, heat transfer, materials, and mechanical design to develop fabrication processes and design, build, and test experimental hardware, working prototypes, and specialized products.
      • Talented and Creative Colleagues. Team with other creative Engineers and highly capable support staff (Designers/Drafters, Mechanical Technicians, Precision Machinists).

      The ideal candidate will bring 10+ years of mechanical engineering design experience in industry (preferably in R&D), excellent academic credentials (MSME, or equivalent combination of education and experience), the ability to design for a wide range of fabrication processes, capabilities in FEM and CAD, and excellent attention to detail, accuracy, and communication. P.E. licensure is a plus but not required. U.S. Citizens or U.S. Permanent Residents only.
      Visit Careers at www.creare.com to apply.
      For assistance, email careers@creare.com.
      Creare is an Equal Opportunity Employer F/M/D/V.
       
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