Airworthiness Engineer II
1) Strong background with Federal Aviation Certification Processes and upderstanding and application of 14 CFR part 21 and part 25 regulations for Engineering Type Design change projects.
2) Ability to review and understand engineering certification plans and provide guidance for compliance demonstration.
3) Experience working engineering design change projects (on the engineering side) is required.
4) Some understanding of EASA processes and CS 25 regulatory requirements is required (experience with other foreign authoriies is acceptable in lieu of EASA).
5) Previous experience working with a delegated organization (ODA, DAS, DOA) is preferred but not required.
6) Understanding of conformity is desired.
Prepares, develops, and reviews complex certification plans describing the project scope, certification deliverables, means of compliance, and test/conformity requirements. Coordinates with EAR to resolve issues with certification deliverables and 8100-9 finding. Prepares TIA pre-requisites, draft TIA, and open projects/open PR memo. Hosts Pre-Flight Board Meeting with FAA. Independently prepares Summary Compliance Reports for more complex projects. Responsible for tracking project task assignments, status, and estimated complete dates as assigned. Develop and present briefings on certification strategy, status to program leadership, as assigned. Develops TC and STC FCAA validation deliverables including ROM development, application & classification, SSD & SEI effectivity, schedule development, meeting agendas, presentation coordination for generation with Subject Matter Experts and review, TC & STC internal coordination and action tracking, FCAA responses, ensure publication of minutes and actions, develops validation work plans, TC & STC internal coordination and action tracking, coordinates company responses for Issue papers / CRIs / CAIs, and the FAA responses, coordinate the review of draft VTC, VTCDS, final AFMS and coordinate responses for closure of the validation project.
Working knowledge of Phases of TC, post-TC and STC certification projects, and the associated FAA Orders and Policy; ODA Procedures Manual and key differences in process between different types of projects; Part 25 regulations, how those regulations drive design and system redundancy requirements, and the supporting regulatory guidance material; Certification testing process and deliverables; Airworthiness limitations and associated regulations and operating requirements; Differing certification bases across the production models; Determining design changes (major/minor) and what systems and regulations may be impacted by those design changes; and Validation procedures, project classification and significant standards differences for EASA, Brazil, Canada and China. In-depth knowledge of design and systems knowledge across multiple models, requirements and potential issues that would be applicable for new/novel technologies, and validation procedures, project classification and significant standards differences across a range of countries.
The Structures Company is a national staffing firm specializing in contract, contract to hire, and direct hire placement opportunities. Our clients rely on us to support their engineering, IT, Production, Maintenance & Repair, and support staff. Our niche recruiting team is one of our biggest strengths and is why we are a top provider of talented professionals to the majority of our clients. They will help you identify the opportunity that best fits your interests while also providing industry-leading customer service. We support the majority of aerospace OEM's and tier 1 suppliers across the United States. The Structures Company LLC is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer (or AA/ EOE)
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