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(3) Ice and Rain Systems Engineers

The Ice and Rain Protection Systems Engineer manages the technical aspects of one or more of the sub-systems (Windshield Heat Control, Horizontal Tail De-Ice, Wing Anti-Ice and Engine Anti-Ice).

Duties and Responsibilities:
Oversees and coordinates of all aspects of one or more sub-system project activities through all phases of the project including preliminary design, detailed design, development, certification, production, and product support.
Maintains and presents to management integrated project schedule and status for one or more sub-systems within the Ice and Rain System.
Tracks and reports status of action items related to design, development, certification and flight test related to one or more sub-systems.
Prepares and maintains functional test procedures to test the sub-system as installed on the aircraft,
Prepares and maintains functional interface control document(s) that identify the integration requirements between the sub-system and the aircraft avionics / electrical power system.
Prepares and maintains regression test procedures to test the avionics / electrical power system integration of the sub-system.
Conducts regression tests to ensure that the sub-system is integrated into the avionics / electrical power system per the released requirements.
Prepares, maintains, and tracks issue reports associated with the sub-system to closure/resolution.
Provides technical and logistical assistance to manufacturing and flight test to resolve any technical issues associated with the sub-system.
Prepares/reviews qualification test procedures and qualification test reports associated with the sub-system.
Establishes qualification test schedules with the supplier of the sub-system and coordinate Designated Engineering Representative (DER) support.
Reviews and coordinates complex hardware / software deliverables.
Supports the creation of the certification plan.

Bachelors’ degree in Engineering or related field from an ABET accredited four year college or university.
5+ years’ experience in the design, development, aircraft integration, and certification of one or more elements of the Ice and Rain Protection Systems.

Knowledge of aircraft communication buses such as ARINC 429 strongly preferred.
Knowledge of FAA processes and procedures related to qualification testing.
Knowledge of DO-160, DO-178B and DO-254 processes are required
Knowledge of 14CFR23 or 25 and advisory circulars related to ECS regulations.
Familiarity with aircraft/aerospace wiring practices and the ability to interpret wiring diagrams and electrical schemata.
Experience in supporting manufacturing of aircraft from a technical standpoint.
Experience in preparing detailed functional test procedures.
Experience in creating Crew Alerting System (CAS) logic.
Experience in preparing/reviewing qualification test procedures for DO-160 tests required.
Experience in preparing or reviewing FAA certification plans is required.
Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suites (Word, Excel, Project Management, Lotus Notes, PowerPoint).
Strong organizational skills.
Strong presentational skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.

The Structures Company, LLC is an AA/EOE.
Job Location: Greensboro, NC
Rate: DOE
Per Diem: Yes
Overtime: Yes
Duration: Long-term
Start Date: ASAP
Input Date: 10/17/2017
Attention: Chris Sheets
Address: P O BOX 2278
City, State: SEAL BEACH, CA 90740
Phone: 714/823-3000

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