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Product Improvement Engineer- Autopilot & Avionics

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SUMMARY JOB DESCRIPTION  
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  • The primary work location will be in Nagoya, Japan. However, engineers may be requested to relocate to Seattle or Moses Lake (Washington State, USA) where aircraft flight testing is performed and may also be requested to travel to systems supplier sites to coordinate of development of the Autoland, Short Field, etc. (hereafter referred to as the Autopilot), the RNP, HUD, HF and any other Avionics (hereafter referred to as the Avionics).
  • Basic work scope is to coordinate the development and finalization of the MRJ T/C design, compliant to all applicable requirements (Market needs, FAR25.1309, etc.).
  • Provide the direction of project objectives for all other aircraft functions, engineering teams and suppliers.
  • Coordinate with all other aircraft functions and engineering teams on each requirements, including scheduling, scoping, and cost.
  • Work as team in a multi-cultural and an international working environments in Japan Headquarter. Japanese Language skill is not required.


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DETAILED JOB DESCRIPTION
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  1. This activity includes;

    • Arranging of the optional specification based on product planning (Market needs) provided by the Basic Design Team.
    • Establishing the objective technical problem in development to be solved.
    • Creating the basic design of the MRJ T/C design, compliant to (a).
    • Creating a development schedule of (b), Assigning the work to the responsible Unit2, 7B, etc., Interfacing with the responsible units to coordinate of development, Report the current progress of development to Project Manager.
    • Evaluating the current aircraft design, with respect to compliance to the Autopilot and the Avionics related airworthiness regulations of JCAB, FAA and EASA,
    • Coordinating integration of design change activities originated from the Autopilot and the Avionics requirements when required,
    • Presenting and discussing the Autopilot and the Avionics compliance with the Transport Authorities.
    • Leading verification and showing-compliance activities, such as Ground and Flight Tests, Design Reviews, Inspections, Analysis, etc.

  2. All tasks required to perform above activities are considered within work scope; initiating/ reviewing related documents, technical calculation, interface discussion with the team members and all the other stakeholders including systems, structures, manufacturing, customer support, and partners.
  3. Coach and mentor MITAC members about professional knowledge on the Autopilot and the Avionics.
  4. Provide expertise to assist in resolving the Autopilot and the Avionics performance during any rig testing or Flight testing.


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COMMON QUALIFICATIONS
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  • Bachelors Degree in Engineering Technical Aviation with approximately 10 years. aviation related experience, or
  • Approximately 10+ years in an aviation engineering organization Aerospace or Aircraft Systems Engineering.
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • Ability to utilize interpersonal and communication techniques, working in a team environment, dealing with a wide variety of personalities and communication styles.
  • Ability to identify potential issues with machinery development, manufacturing processes or parts.
  • Needs the ability to develop, plan and implement short and long term goal.
  • Ability to adapt to change.

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JOB-RELATED QUALIFICATIONS 
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  • Approximately 10 years+ experience in managing projects developing of finalizing the Autopilot and the Avionics for either a major tier 1 suppliers or Aerospace OEMs.
  • Must be able to work with little supervision, be detail-oriented, flexible in terms of hours and responsibilities as work requires, and able to organize multiple priorities and work deadlines (in accordance with Test Plan/ Authority guideline/ certification)
  • In depth understanding of program management related to the Autopilot and the Avionics design and development good practice.
  • Demonstrated success in developing and certifying recent new aircraft programs.
  • Ability to strategize, plan and execute objectives on-time to quality.
  • Required knowledge: ATA22, ATA23, ATA31, ATA 34, ATA 42, JCAB, FAA and EASA

 

  1. Autopilot.

Approximately 10+ years of experience in ATA22 (Auto-Flight),or ATA32(Landing Gear).
Or, any of the following experience.
Have negotiation experience with Authority (FAA, EASA, Transport Canada, ANAC, etc.) and/or have DER (or equivalent) qualification,
Have written and reviewed documents related to cert plan, V&V, safety assessment, etc.
Have directly worked with major Avionics suppliers such as Rockwell Collins, etc.
 
  1. Avionics

Approximately 10+ years of experience in Avionics.
Or, any of the following experience.
Have negotiation experience with Authority (FAA, EASA, Transport Canada, ANAC, etc.) and/or have DER (or equivalent) qualification,
Have written and reviewed documents related to cert plan, V&V, safety assessment, etc.
Have directly worked with major Avionics suppliers such as Rockwell Collins, etc.
 
Prefer abilities as follow.
2-1) HUD (Head up Display)
Have experience in developing the Head-up-display System.
Have knowledge of the following ATA chapters: ATA23(Communications), ATA31(indicating/Recording Systems), ATA 34 (Navigation), and ATA 42(Integrated Modular Avionics).
Have directly worked with major Avionics suppliers such as Rockwell Collins, etc.
Have knowledge of STC (Supplemental Type Certificate).
Have experience in Safety analysis.
 
2-2) Wi-Fi Project Development
Have experience in developing the Wi-Fi System.
Have directly worked with major suppliers such as UTAS/Rockwell Collins .
Have knowledge of STC (Supplemental Type Certificate).
Have experience in Safety analysis.
 
2-3) HF/ADF Project Development
Have experience in developing the HF/ADF System
Have knowledge of the following ATA chapters: ATA23(Communications), ATA31 (Indicating/Recording Systems), ATA 34 (Navigation), and ATA 42(Integrated Modular Avionics).
Have directly worked with major Avionics suppliers such as Rockwell Collins, etc.
Have knowledge of STC (Supplemental Type Certificate).
Have experience in Safety analysis.
 
 
Job Number: 1610048621
Job Location: Nagoya,
Duration: 36 months
Input Date: 10/11/2016
Firm Name: PDS TECHNICAL SERVICES
Attention: Robin Curtis
Address: 300 E JOHN CARPENTER FWY STE 700
City, State: IRVING, TX 75062
Phone: 214/647-9600
800 Phone: 800/270-4737
Fax Phone: 214/647-9630
Website: https://pdsjobs.force.com/candidates/job_detail_logged_in?id=a1i50000001yTwm&URLSource=cjhunter

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