Avionics/Electrical Engineer

Added: May 25, 2023
  • Country: United States
  • Region: Kansas

With vision, create deliverables to support Boeing's new aircraft designs or modifications to avionics systems, such as

  • System schematics

  • Supplier requirement documents

  • System descriptins

  • Interface control documents

  • Writing diagrams

  • Certificate plans according to FAA, TCCA, and EASA standards

  • Issue papers

  • Functional test requirements or test plans

  • Test reports

  • Design compliance reports


  • Review installation drawings, qualifying test data, and reports.

  • Choose internal or external customer statements to work into detailed requirements.

  • Analyse ground and flight test data to verify system performance and functionality.

  • Research specifications for constituent selection

  • Support change management through research, concepts, design reviews, trade studies, impact analysis, and implementation.

  • Work with suppliers and internal customers to investigate, troubleshoot, and resolve aircraft build or test issues.

  • Support internal and external design reviews and programme governance sessions.

  • Show compliance with 14 CFR Part 25 FAA, TCCA, and EASA certification requirements.

As your ideal candidate,

  • You will hold a Bachelor of Science in Electrical or Aerospace Engineering or its equivalent.

  • You will have a minimum of 5 years? experience in avionics system design or a related field (or ten years if you are a non-graduate).

  • You will have a working knowledge of FAA, TCCA, and EASA Part 25 certification requirements.

  • You will have a working knowledge of system safety procedures.

  • You must have the ability to interpret software documentation, including logic diagrams.

  • You will be familiar with RTCA D-160, D-178, and D-254 standards.

  • You will be proficient with MS files (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access).

  • Experience with AutoCAD is also preferred.

  • You must exhibit excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • You will demonstrate the interpersonal skills necessary to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, employees, management, and suppliers.

  • You must be self-motivated, be able to prioritise multiple activities, and manage time effectively.

  • You must be authorised to work in the US.

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