Application Support Engineers (London)

Our client is multinational CAE / CFD/ FEA company based in London looking for Application Support Engineer and you will be allocated a portfolio of accounts, and will be responsible for ensuring they technically make the most out of  software products in their design and engineering simulation processes, by travelling on-site to our customers’ offices or operating remotely. As part of educating and assisting our users, you will also be involved in conducting training courses and customised mentoring.

Being successful in this role requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, a strong organisational ability to juggle several projects in one day, and a very efficient learning aptitude in order to rapidly understand the expanding applications to which CFD is employed as well as handle the rapid pace of development of Software products.

Qualifications required are an MSc or PhD in fluid mechanics related to one of the aforementioned industries, with a strong understanding of the underlying mechanics of CFD such as turbulence modelling, meshing strategies, solver schemes or heat transfer phenomena. Exposure to the following will be advantageous:

  • JAVA programming language
  • CAD packages such as CATIA v5, Pro/E, NX, SolidWorks or Inventor
  • Codes to which CFD can be coupled to such as FEA packages, 1D simulation tools, optimisation software

Fluency in Swedish, Danish or Dutch will be a distinct advantage.

Previous CFD experience in industry with a commercial code is preferred but not a requirement, we will also consider strong graduate applications.

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