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Aerospace and Defence

Aerospace Structural Analysis Engineering

Aerospace Structural Analysis Engineering

​As an essential factor in the safety and functionality of aircraft's, their systems and components, structural analysis roles require candidates who possess exceptional levels of skill and competence.

Structural Analysis in the Aerospace Sector

Aircraft structural analysis calculations measure the effects of loads on physical structural elements and their components. In relation to the aerospace and defence industry, this is a critical discipline, as it enables an aircraft to obtain airworthiness approval.

The process is vital in securing the overall structural design of an aircraft and allows for accurate lifting prediction. The loads to be measured are generated by the application of computational fluid dynamics or wind tunnel data, which can accurately assess the aviation structure of aircraft elements.

Advanced structural analysis has significantly impacted modern aerospace engineering. With advanced technologies and processes, structural analysts have enabled organisations to build more complex and aerodynamic aircraft's. They have been instrumental in the development of the industry.

The difficulty in finding qualified Structural Analysts

Structural analysis engineers working within the aerospace and defence sectors are required to possess an extensive level of expertise and specialist skills. A deep understanding of structural dynamics, complex structures and materials is vital for most private and civil structural engineering roles. Even most entry level candidates are often required to hold a bachelors degree in structural engineering or a similar subject.

Additionally, within the aerospace and defence sector, candidates are typically required to possess a high level of security clearance. This can result in a long and costly recruitment process for companies working within those sectors. The process of attracting, interviewing and screening the right candidates can significantly delay internal operations.

We specialise in sourcing the best talent for the Aerospace and Defence Sectors

At Morson, our aerospace and defence division is split into five specialist recruitment teams, structured to meet the specific demands and requirements of the industry. The knowledgeable consultants that make up our structural analysis team have a wealth of experience working in the aerospace and defence sector.

As one of the UK's largest providers of structural analyst jobs, we specialise in sourcing and supplying qualified individuals for niche disciplines in high profile projects both in the UK and overseas. We pride ourselves on the work we carry out with some of the world’s most prominent aerospace and defence organisations.

Our team recruits for a variety of structural analyst roles in this division, including:

  • Static Structural Analysis

  • Fatigue and Damage Tolerance

  • Loads Engineering

  • Structural Integrity

  • Finite Element Modelling

  • Turbine Stress Analysis

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

  • Aerodynamics

  • Structural Engineers


Hire a Structural Analyst with Morson

Structural analyst recruiters specialising in the aerospace and defence sectors are few and far between. Considering the complexity of the role it is better to get it right the first time. Our recruitment processes are supported by over 50 years' experience recruiting for the aerospace and defence sectors.

Find the right candidate with Morson

How we do it

Candidate Attraction

Our candidate attraction methods are designed to target individuals who meet your exact requirements. Through utilising intelligent marketing tools and our network of recruitment specialists, we can attract qualified and highly skilled candidates.

Screening Services

Unlike many recruiters working within similar sectors, we have an internal department dedicated to screening every candidate we recommend. Morson Screening Services provides extensive security clearance and pre-employment checks compatible with the most up to date industry requirements.

Our pre-employment screening checks cover:

  • Employment referencing and gap period analysis (Aviation Vetting Requirement)

  • DBS or Disclosure Scotland certificate (Aviation Vetting Requirement)

  • Overseas criminal record checks (If Required, Aviation Vetting Requirement)

  • Identity Check and right to work verification (Aviation Vetting Requirement)

  • GSAT (Aviation Vetting Requirement)

  • CAA Security Interview (Aviation Vetting Requirement)

  • Address validation (Aviation Vetting Requirement)


We recruit all across the UK and have assisted in the completion of some of the worlds largest aerospace and defence projects.If you are looking for a qualified structural analyst to join your company then get touch with us today on 0161 707 1516.

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