FE Analyst

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to join our Product Development team in Jyväskylä. Come join our group of leading renewable energy professionals and the international Moventas team!

In this role you work as a structural analyzer for wind turbine gear units. You design, optimize, and analyze structural behavior of gear unit components as part of a wind turbine drive train using FE calculation.

Tasks include performing strength analyzes of wind turbines using FE method, linear and non-linear statics (incl. contact analysis) and fatigue analyzes using time series. Work includes also deflection and frequency response calculations, development of modelling and analysis methods. You work closely with team of mechanical engineers and create analysis reports to clients and classification society.

To succeed in your job as a FE Analyst, you have:

  • Several years of experience in FE calculation
  • Engineer or M.Sc. (Tech.) education, secondary studies in strength techniques or technical mechanic is seen beneficial
  • Fluency in written and spoken English (German and Spanish are considered a plus)
  • Experience in fatigue calculation of cast structures and modeling in 3D environments
  • Knowledge of strength analysis of machine parts.

More information from Moventas Head of Engineering Pertti Penttinen, Pertti.Penttinen@moventas.com. Send in your application, CV and salary request.


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Moventas is a wind power technology expert, gearbox manufacturer and service partner with close to 40 years of wind industry experience. Moventas’ technology strives for lowering the cost of wind energy by innovative gearbox design and extensive service across 20+ different gearbox brands. Moventas is a Finnish HQ company based in Jyväskylä, central Finland, that operates across seven countries globally and employs around 500+ people. Moventas is owned by the global industrial group Clyde Blowers.

Location: Jyväskylä
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