- System design
- Cost Accounting Standards
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The Aerospace Engineer, Avionics position is responsible for supporting the focal avionic systems engineer in developing, testing and certifying systems for a project. This role requires the significant exercise of independent discretion and judgment in matters of significance.
1. Review and support Avionics Certification Activities, including but not limited to:
Create aircraft and system level requirements for Avionics systems and identify the validation and verification methods.
Create and review Certification Plans.
Create and review Component Qualification Test Plans, Qualification Test Procedures and Qualification Test Reports.
Review qualification by similarity and/or analysis reports.
Review system safety documents (PSSA, SFHA, AFHA, SSA and Particular Risk Analysis).
Create, review and approve ground test procedures, flight test procedures and their corresponding test reports.
Perform Component Drawing Reviews.
Complete aircraft assembly and installation drawing reviews.
Participate in Aircraft and Systems Design Reviews.
Coordinate with suppliers to review technical data, certification requirements and troubleshoot any issues with suppliers.
Coordinate with certification authorities to seek clarification on requirements.
Review certification guidance material (advisory circulars, etc.) and incorporate the necessary guidance into the certification plans.
Create, review and approve interface control documents and any sub level wiring interface documents.
Create Design compliance reports for Avionic Systems
2. Support Avionics Flight Testing Activities, including but not limited to:
Discuss, write and review test plans and preparation activities with flight test team.
Help prepare and review pre and post flight briefings.
Monitor live flight data, typically via telemetry, during flight test on aircraft.
Process, analyze, and draw conclusions from post flight data.
Make assessments to ensure safety of flight determination.
Document flight test design problems for long term fix.
Generate and review appropriate limitations documentation.
Create and approve rig and ground test requirements and procedures
Witness and conduct rig and ground tests
Create test reports to verify that the objectives of the rig, ground or flight tests were accomplished per the requirements.
3. Complete special projects and tasks assigned by Group Lead.
Level Requirements (Minimum):
Four (4) year degree in Engineering (Aerospace, Avionics, Electrical, or Instrumentation).
Good understanding of aircraft regulations and Industry standard documents.
Good understanding of avionics system in standalone installation or in an IMA environment.
Good understanding of avionic interfaces and communication standards.
Experience with testing requirements of aircraft system as a standalone system and at the aircraft level.
Familiar with the Aircraft/Aircraft system development process per industry standards.
Good understanding of safety requirements in aviation and the impact on the development of the Aircraft and Aircraft systems.
Four (4) years’ aerospace engineering experience in Avionics, including experience working with avionic systems utilized in vehicle design (Comm/NAV/ Surveillance/ FMS/ Displays/ Recorders/ CAS/ antenna installations).
Experience & Knowledge of DO-178, DO-254, ARP7454, ARINC-429 and ARNIC-664
AeroTEC, Inc. is an aerospace flight test, engineering and certification organization that provides development services to aircraft modifiers and OEMs. Founded in 2003, we are a growing company in Seattle, WA and our Flight Test Center in Moses Lake, WA.
We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.