Component Installation Designer:
The preferred candidate will possess a four year degree in an engineering discipline, either Mechanical or Electrical, 2000 hours CATIA design experience as well as 3 to 4 years’ experience in a design/manufacturing environment. The designer will
work with a variety of engineering disciplines in a cooperative, Product Development Team format. Excellent written, oral and presentation skills as well as personal computer literacy using Microsoft Office products will be required. A working knowledge of MIL-W-5088 or AS50881 is desired. Assignments in the Component Installation Section require the knowledge of electrical/Mechanical drafting practices, geometric tolerancing, engineering mathematic, manufacturing practices as well as the
ability to interpret equipment specifications and electrical schematics. Candidates will be responsible for the design and preparation of detail, assembly and installation drawings as required to define aircraft component and harness installations.
The candidate will tackle challenging assignments and develop unique solutions to rotorcraft Component Installation Design. Areas of design responsibility include electrical power system components, instrument panel and crew station design, antennas,
lighting, airspeed systems, molded wiring assemblies and wire harness assemblies/installations. LCA experience preferred.
UNIVERSAL STAFFING SERVICES
257 E CENTER ST
MANCHESTER, CT 06040