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     The Structures & Restrains  Research Division develops, formulates and executes research programs to achieve Agency requirements, objectives and goals for projects relative to motor vehicle structural and safety systems and crash survivability. 


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    As a General Engineer, you will:

    • Function as an expert in the broad field of crashworthiness research.
    • Hold prime responsibilities in structural dynamics, occupant kinematics and crash reconstruction.
    • Research and develop programs in occupant crash protection and post-crash.
    • Plan, and define scientific components of large research programs.
    • Determines participating disciplines, project phasing, and cooperating organizations such as universities, research institutes, and automotive industry, and other government agencies.

    The ideal candidate is self-motivated, has demonstrated knowledge and expertise involving vehicle safety, and possesses sound engineering judgment. The ideal candidate has strong analytical, writing and communication skills, and capable to  manage projects, work cooperatively with stakeholders to improve safety systems and crash survivability.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0801 General Engineering

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