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Definition and Analysis Engineer - Civil Aircraft Operation Scenario

Description:
Our Aerospace Client based in China is looking for additional Engineering Support . They require a Definition and Analysis Engineer for Civil Aircraft Operation Scenario.

This is an exciting opportunity to work in East Asia , contributing to the success of our Client's Aircraft Program. Excellent salary / remuneration for suitable skilled and qualified candidates.

Candidates should be prepared to live and work in Shanghai on a fixed term contract basis for 1-3 years.

Responsibilities:

 
  • Define the method and process for aircraft operation scenario definition.
  • Define the civil aircraft operation scenario database.
  • Define the method and process for function analysis based on scenario.
  • Make the best practise for function analysis based on scenario.
  • Train other engineers in Civil Aircraft Operation Scenario definition and analysis.

Skills/ Qualifications / Experience Sought:
  • Bachelor and above.
  • 10 years experience for aircraft and system design.
  • 10 years experience for civil aircraft operation or research.
  • System Engineering background and especially for function analysis.
  • Be familiar with SysML language.
  • Fluent English with good communication skills.

 
Job Number: BH-63
Job Location: Shanghai, China
Rate: Good Package / Rate - Negotiable
Per Diem: --
Overtime: --
Start Date: 07/17/2019
Input Date: 07/18/2019
Last Updated: 08/15/2019
Firm Name: STRONGFIELD TECHNOLOGIES USA INC
Attention: Graham Bird
Address: 5000 BIRCH ST STE 3000
City, State: NEWPORT BEACH, CA 92660
Website: www.strongfield.com

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