Experience Required: 6-9 Years
Education Required: Bachelor's Degree
Performs system and subsystem integration, technical risk assessments, technical planning, verification and validation, and supportability and effectiveness analyses of total systems throughout the system lifecycle. Analyses are performed at all levels of total systems product to include: concept, design, fabrication, test, installation, operation, maintenance and disposal. Performs functional analysis, timeline analysis, requirements allocation and interface definition studies to translate customer requirements into hardware and software specification.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Design of aircraft electrical systems and components
Conduct technical research and prepare technical documentation and presentations
Technical direction of electrical system certification projects
Technical direction for sub-contract development of electrical systems and components
5+ years experience with aircraft electrical system and component design
14 CFR Part 23 Certification
RTCA DO-160 Qualification
Project and team leadership
Subcontract technical management
Electrical and systems design and certification
Power generation and distribution design and certification
Avionics and electrical systems test and integration
HIRF/Lightning/EMI design, testing, and certification
BSEE (May be waved in consideration of relevant professional experience)
Proven written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated problem solving capabilities
FAA DER Appointments in Lightning/HIRF protection, EMI, Software, etc.
EAI is proud to announce that the first production Eclipse 550 twin-engine jet will be on display at the 2013 National Business Aviation Association Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 22-24, 2013 in booth C10844. The Eclipse 550 builds upon a proven and reliable airframe, adding an increased range of safety and sophistication to the cockpit and improved comfort to the cabin.
The Eclipse Quick Reference Application is an advanced interactive version of the Eclipse Quick Reference Handbook, allowing for flight planning, access to checklists, a full digital version of the Eclipse AFM, and much more.
SimCom Training Centers and Eclipse Aerospace, Inc. are pleased to announce a new Avio IFMS equipped, full-motion Eclipse twin-engine jet simulator now ready for training at SimCom's Orlando, Florida training center. The Eclipse Jet simulator is an FAA certified, Level D, full-motion device. As such, there is no need to operate an actual aircraft in order to complete all training requirements for the issuance of a single-pilot Eclipse Jet type rating or for completion of any recurrent course. In-aircraft instruction following a type rating is also offered for those individuals who require mentor training. SimCom's Eclipse Jet training is approved by all major insurance underwriters.