PDS is looking for a Mechanical Systems Engineer in Wichita, KS:
As part of a team of engineers, supply expertise primarily in the ECS/Pneumatics field (air conditioning, cabin pressurization, anti-ice and oxygen systems) or other systems required to support the development and certification flight testing of Bombardier Aerospace products.
In your role, you will:
• Produce engineering (design drawings) for the repair or modification of these aircraft systems
• Provide specialist advice relating to test methods and procedures for these systems
• Perform liaison with off-site Design Engineering core group
• Produce aircraft level ground/flight test definition sheets
• Review and analysis of data obtained from ground and flight tests of these systems
• Produce ground/flight test reports
• Prepare plans for troubleshooting aircraft/systems problems, and oversee the implementation of these plans by licensed aircraft mechanics
• Sign flight release documentation (including safety of flight judgments) discrepancies or non-standard modifications.
• Travel some, if required
As our ideal candidate,
• You must have a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical / Electrical/ Aerospace Engineering with 2 years of working experience in ECS & Oxygen OR a minimum of four years of working experience in ECS & Oxygen if no degree.
• You have experience in flight-testing of civil aircraft and a good working knowledge of FAA & JAA certification requirements (FAR 25 or JAR 25) (preferred)
• You have the bility to interpret software documentation including logic diagrams related to electronic control of ECS/Pneumatics systems.
• You have experience with utilizing ARINC data to isolate faults related to system controls software.
• You have good communication and teamwork skills, both oral and written.
• You have interpersonal skills necessary to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, employees, management and contractors.
• You must be self-motivated, able to coordinate multiple activities and manage time effectively.