- Bachelor's degree
- Master's degree
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Disability insurance
- Paid time off
- AD&D insurance
Do you like a challenge, and a dynamic, fast-paced and team-oriented environment? Then take the technical lead on new development projects for our airborne fuel measurement and management systems.
LMS is a growing company with a big mission: to deliver best-in-industry fuel measurement solutions for all aerospace applications. We design, develop, certify and manufacture systems and components for both commercial and military aircraft, each to meet technical requirements unique to the aircraft.
Close to Burlington and Lake Champlain, and with easy access to nearby ski areas, hiking trails, bike paths, river and lake kayaking and other outdoor activities, LMS is also just a 30-minute drive from Burlington International Airport.
LMS is known for its proprietary, electro-mechanical products that feature lightweight carbon composites and embedded software. Our designs undergo rigorous qualification and certification before entering production.
The Project Engineer will serve in a technical lead role in new product development for fuel measurement and management systems for the military and commercial aircraft, both on contract-driven design projects and internal Innovation, Research & Development (IR&D) efforts. The Project Engineer will directly assist with the design, development, test, qualification, and production release phases of product development. They will also interface with existing and future customers.
Independently plans and supports the design and development of advanced electro-mechanical systems in a fast paced and team-oriented environment
Prepares test plans, analyzes test data, and prepares reports to support project activity, and maintains up-to-date records of project test results
Performs activities in a wide variety of cross-functional areas including design engineering, materials development, manufacturing process development, and supplier development
Familiarity and understanding of FAA and DOD certification requirements and process, including DO178, DO-254, DO160, Mil-Std 481 and Mil-Std 810. Specific experience in certification of products under the TSO process is desired
Familiarity with ASTM/ANSI test standards.
Must understand fundamentals of Root Cause Analysis
Demonstrated ability to make difficult determinations regarding the quality, safety, and compliance of products and materials
Ability to work with all levels within the organization and write process documentation that is understandable for those with limited technical background.
Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in a relevant Engineering discipline and 5-8 years’ experience in the aerospace industry. Should have direct experience in certifying electro-mechanical systems to FAA and DoD requirements.
Preferred: Master’s degree in a technical discipline or Project Management. Must be a US Person.
NOW IN OUR 8TH YEAR AS A BEST PLACE TO WORK IN VERMONT!
Great people plus great benefits, including health, life, AD&D, STD, LTD, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation and personal time, 9/80 flex schedule, a vacation stipend, wellness stipend, 401(k) and more.
JOIN OUR GROWING TEAM. Learn more about us at www.liquidmeasurement.com