THIS JOB IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE. THIS IS ARCHIVAL INFORMATION. 2500 - ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC) ENGINEER - cv, word doc only - On Hold
Responsible at the aircraft and system level for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMI)/High Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF)/Lightning Strike/ Electrostatic Discharge technical requirements.
Knowledge of relevant industry standards (RTCA/DO-160, SAE ARP) and high level of familiarity with airworthiness (TCCA, FAA, EASA) Regulations and Advisory Materials pertaining to EMI, HIRF, Lightning and Electrostatic Discharge.
Execute intermediate to complex engineering assignments related to EMI, HIRF, and Lightning and Electrostatic Discharge requirements.
Analyze new systems designs, assess technical impacts, propose EMC compliance approaches, review/approve technical documents, test plans, test procedures and test reports, and check compliance with certification regulations.
Define scope of work for EMC effort of technical/engineering projects, estimate the time required, plan, highlights technical risks and execute according to priorities.
Define technical requirements, test requirements and perform detailed analysis to ensure aircraft and systems compliance to EMC certification regulations.
Prepare EMI, HIRF, Lightning and Electrostatic Discharge test procedures, execute tests in laboratories and on aircraft and generate results and analysis test reports.
Support and witness EMC tests in Canada, United States and Europe as needed.
Master degree in Electrical or EMC Engineering, or alternatively a Bachelor's degree in Electrical or Physics Engineering with a minimum of eight (5) years of experience in aircraft EMC/HIRF/Lightning/Electrostatic Discharge (FAR 25.981 is an asset).
8 years of experience or more in an aerospace manufacturing company.
Have EMC bench and/or aircraft testing experience.
Have a minimum of five (5) years working experience with systems qualification/certification.
Knowledge of harness design, aircraft design principles including familiarity with aircraft regulatory requirements.
Proficient with the use of PC including Microsoft Office software tools.
Energetic person with strong written and oral communication and interpersonal skills, a high sense of commitment, and a willingness to accept responsibilities while acting independently in a high-pressure partner/supplier team environment.
Must be familiar with DO160, STD ARP, MIL STD, FAA regulations, as well as other applicable airworthiness regulations.
Must be able to analyze modifications at aircraft level and check compliance with certification regulations.
Must be able to support and witness EMC tests in Canada, United States and Europe as needed.
Paid 3 Months only
Paid NOT at 1.5
TDM TECHNICAL SERVICES
88 ST REGIS CRES N
TORONTO, ON M3J 1Z3