The position for Electrical Engineer in Leighton Buzzard is no longer available
As the Electrical Engineer with a global aerospace company you will be responsible for the delivery of innovative electrical engineering solutions which meet the requirements defined by the R&D department, ensuring that the they incorporates best practice, cost and manufacturability. You will report directly to the R&D Project Manager for the Interior Structures Business and be responsible for monitoring and subcontracting Electrical engineering work in support of R&D task deliveries.
Global leading provider of interior products and solutions, and the worlds leading distributor of aerospace fasteners and consumables for the commercial, business jet and military markets.
Your responsibilities as Electrical Engineer Responsibilities will include:
" Research and Design of integrated galley electrical and bonding systems, whilst ensuring that all aspects of the relevant airworthiness and public health requirements are in compliance.
" Risk Assessment for Cost and weight impact to potential future products.
" Will be expected to communicate effectively and professionally with customers and suppliers.
" Negotiate with suppliers in the development and introduction of new technologies, materials and processes to Galley products.
" Participate in Design Reviews throughout each phase of the New Product Introduction process with the R&D team.
" The selection and application of materials, components and processes appropriate to each design criteria.
" Drawing and Modelling responsibilities:
o Wiring diagrams.
o Electrical Load Analysis
o Electrical panel assembly and detail metalwork.
o Loom drawings.
o Component mounting details
o Support problem solving during development of prototypes, manufacturing build process and functional testing.
The ideal candidate for the role of Electrical Engineer will possess:
" Sufficient engineering capability and experience to create innovative and effective engineered solutions
" CAD literate (preferably Catia v5) and data management systems
" A working knowledge of the principle of electrical installation and systems integration and design in an R&D environment.
" A working knowledge of the various methods of manufacture of electrical and mechanical components and assemblies.
" A history of embracing and utilising new technologies, materials and processes.
" Previous experience in creating specifications for components and assemblies
" Previous experience of generating patent applications.
" An understanding of aircraft interior architecture with a working knowledge of Boeing, Airbus requirements (D6-36440 etc)
" An understanding of the best practice for the integration of mechanical and electrical systems
" A good working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook
" Attractive basic salary
" Pension 5% contribution
" Medical cover
" 25 days holiday + 8 stat days