Aircraft integration engineer

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As an aircraft integration engineer you will be responsible for the successful physical integration of aircraft systems. For this purpose, you coordinate systems integration, envelopes, and interfaces inline to aircraft requirements derived from early concepts until all following project phases.

You are a stakeholder of the (aircraft) digital twin. The digital twin supports early validation of requirements and integration procedures, optimizing the design with respect to weight, maintainability (accessibility). Later in the product lifecycle, the digital twin is used for verification purposes too. You will be part of the aircraft team and work closely with design engineers, manufacturing, and quality.

  • To define system envelopes and interface concepts and transfer them into 3D models
  • To do Requirements Based Engineering (RBE) and support Value Based Engineering (VBE) tasks
  • To detail and refine models in close cooperation with system engineers e.g., design engineers
  • To create 2D technical drawings for components, jigs, and assemblies
  • To define system interfaces (ICD) – mechanical and/or data & power interfaces
  • To apply change request process (including potential limitations).

Qualifications

  • Minimum 3-5 years of experience as assembly, integration & test (AIT) engineer with a focus on Integration
  • Proficient with quality management and processes
  • Work independently and in a team-based environment
  • Comfortable interfacing with all levels of personnel, effective communication, and negotiation
  • Proficient with CAD systems (preferably Siemens NX).

 

Preferred skills:

  • Experience in System Engineering process
  • Experience with EASA Certification Specifications (Part 23 & 25) and SAE standards (ARP 4754 & 4761)
  • Hands-on, creative, and solution-oriented way of working.

 

To apply for this job please visit www.volocopter.com.

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