PDS Tech Inc Braking Systems Specialist for ATA 32 in Nagoya, Japan

2. Scope of Work:

The Engineer will work as a member of the IPT for Landing Gear Systems and Hydraulic Systems with the development and certification of the regional jet. In particular, with the Braking Systems design including both hardware and software. The work scope includes but is not limited to the following:

  1. Evaluating the current design, with respect to compliance to all applicable braking systems requirements including those related to the airworthiness regulations of JCAB/FAA and EASA.

  2. Review and validation of the requirements for the braking systems.

  3. Coordinating integration of design changes originated from requirements, analysis, testing etc.

  4. Leading verification and showing of compliance activities including: Design Reviews, Inspections, Analysis, Technical Calculations, Simulation, Rig Tests, Ground and Flight Tests, Inspections, and Equipment Qualification.

  5. Interfacing with the team members and all other stakeholders including: Design, Systems, Structures, Performance, Electrical power, Test, Flight Operations, Manufacturing, Customer Support, Suppliers etc.

  6. Managing the technical requirements of contracts with applicable system suppliers and other interfacing suppliers as appropriate.

  7. Providing expertise to assist in resolving the braking systems performance during Rig testing, and Ground and Flight testing.

  8. Preparation and review of certification documentation for the braking systems.

  9. Presenting and discussing the braking systems design and compliance with the Airworthiness Authorities (JCAB/ FAA and EASA).

  10. Preparing and maintaining planning inputs for the braking systems activities including schedule and resourcing.

  11. Delegation and management of the brake systems team member responsibilities.

  12. Reporting of the braking systems progress and issues to company management.

  13. Performing Engineering governance in accordance with company processes.

  14. Education of team members about professional knowledge in braking systems design and certification.

3. Reports to:

IPT Engineering Team Leader for the Landing Gear Systems.

4. Work Location:

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. Travel may also be requested to system supplier sites to manage system development and certification activities.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status.