PDS Tech Inc Avionics/Electrical Engineer in Wichita, Kansas
PDS is looking for an Avionics/Electrical Engineer in Wichita, KS:
In your role, you will:
Create deliverables to support Defense programs. This will include the development of system designs, aircraft modifications, and technical documentation such as;
Supplier requirement documents,
Interface control documents,
Certification plans to FAA, TCCA and EASA standards,
Functional test requirements,
Equipment qualification test plans and test reports,
Aircraft-level test plans and test reports, and
Design compliance reports
Review installation drawings, qualification test data and reports
Decompose internal or external customer statements of work into detailed requirements
Analyze ground and flight test data to verify system performance and functionality
Research specifications for components selections
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 program governance sessions
Show compliance to 14CFR Part 25 FAA, TCCA, and EASA certification requirements.
Support concept development for new business opportunities.
As our ideal candidate
You will hold a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or Aerospace engineering or equivalent.
You will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in electrical/avionics system design or a related field.
You will have a working knowledge of FAA, TCCA and EASA Part 25 certification requirements
You will have a working knowledge of system safety processes.
You must have the ability to interpret software documentation including logic diagrams
You will be familiar with RTCA DO-160, DO-178 and DO-254 standards
You will be proficient with MS Office (MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Access).
Experience with AutoCAD is also preferred.
You must exhibit excellent written and verbal communication skills.
You will demonstrate interpersonal skills necessary to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, employees, management, and suppliers.
You will have experience with Commercial Derivative Military programs.
You will have experience in supporting Bid & Proposals.
You will have experience with system requirements development.
You must be self-motivated and be able to coordinate multiple activities and manage time effectively.
You must be authorized to work in the US
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.