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Avionics Cockpit Systems Engineer

The Systems Engineer, Cockpit Avionics will be responsible for some or all systems related to:
• System 23 – Communication
• System 31 – Indicating and Recording Systems
• System 42 – Integrated Modular Avionics
• System 45 – Central Maintenance Systems
• System 46 – System Integration and Display

***Systems Engineers MUST HAVE experience with a direct design role in a program that has certified a new aircraft***

• Generate, review, approve, and manage system requirements – including but not limited to regulatory, safety, human factors, design, environmental, manufacturing, quality, operational, and service requirements
• Serve as the system-level expert for integration and coordination activities with various departments and the certification authorities
• Conduct multi-disciplinary design reviews throughout the different phases of development, certification, and production readiness as required to coordinate and communicate system design projects
• Conduct trade studies, analyses, and test programs as necessary to validate system architectures meet all requirements
• Generate, review, and approve
• System safety analyses, such as FHAs, FTAs, CCAs, etc.
• Engineering drawings, schematics, and design specifications
• System and equipment test plans and reports
• Compliance documentation
• System engineering processes
• Coordinate as required to execute and manage system design projects, testing, certification, production readiness, etc.
• Work with various company departments to ensure equipment and low-level designs meet all system and aircraft-level requirements.
• Various project management tasks as required

• Skilled at creating and reviewing technical schematics, logical and functional diagrams, and engineering specifications
• Previous experience with aircraft systems
• Working knowledge of 2X.1309 analyses and processes, including Advisory Circular 23.1309-1E, SAE ARP 4761, and SAE ARP 4754A
• Working knowledge of DO-160G environmental qualification
• Excellent problem solving, communication, and technical writing skills
• Basic knowledge of FAA regulations and guidance material and industry standards
• Bachelor of Science in Engineering required; Electrical, Mechanical, or Aerospace Engineering preferred
• Proficient in English
• Proficient with Microsoft Office and Google Docs

• Working knowledge of avionics and related equipment, technical standard orders, and minimum performance standards
• Working knowledge of DO-178C and DO-254 processes and aviation database management
• Previous experience managing complex sets of requirements
• Previous experience preparing and presenting design reviews for complex, highly integrated systems
• Previous experience defining system controls, crew indications, and flight manual procedures
• Previous experience in testing, including instrumenting, data acquisition, and documenting and analyzing results
• Whole-aircraft FAA certification program experience, Part 23 or Part 27 preferred
• Experience and involvement with industry groups to develop consensus standards
• 5+ years of relevant industry experience
• Private pilot certificate or higher
• Familiar with Dassault Systèmes engineering and management tools


The Structures Company is an AA/EOE.
Job Number: 376
Job Location: Northern CA
Rate: OPEN - **DOE**
Per Diem: Yes
Duration: Contract to Hire OR Direct
Start Date: ASAP
Input Date: 04/05/2020
Last Updated: 04/09/2020
Attention: Debbie Aubert
Address: P O BOX 2278
City, State: SEAL BEACH, CA 90740
Phone: 714/823-3000

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