Home >> Jobs >> Aerospace Certification engineer/design engineer
Important! This job ad is no longer active
Last updated: 2019-10-15
Valid to: 2019-10-15
Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations, Design Engineer
United Kingdom
Job description
Do you want to work for a growing innovative engineering company, with a history of developing the next generation of rotary engines? Do you want to work on interesting projects, with a varied workload?

Well if you do then Smart recruitment may have the role to get your gears going. They are looking to expand their aerospace certification/design team and are looking for someone to become a key member of this team.

Job Responsibilities:

Ensure each contract complies with the appropriate certification and approvals. Liaising with customers and consultants at a knowledgeable level.
Develop a sub-project to manage and implement the above.
Deliver project stages within agreed timescale and budget.
Carry out the processes required to complete the certification and/or manage others to complete this. Writing reports to the appropriate standard.
Implement a process that is self-sustaining to ensure future compliance.
Complete 3D CAD work and associated 2D drawings as required.
Work within an environment certified to ISO 9001 and help demonstrate compliancy to AS9100 for the design department if required.
Ability to link theoretical analysis results to practical design decisions.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive
Key Skills:

Sound knowledge of engine systems
Aerospace design practices and certification
Typical standards applied include:

STANAG4702 / AEP 83 Unmanned aircraft
EASA Approval
SAE ARP 4701 Safety Assessment
RTCA/DO160 Environmental standard
RTCA/DO178C Software

Safety processes e.g. FMECA and FTA is essential
SolidWorks or equivalent CAD systems EPDM and MRP systems-to create 2D drawings, and 3D models
Excellent communication skills, organisational skills and a high sense of responsibility and accountability
Some experience with electrical systems, software and firmware. Design (Safety) Engineer V5 24th July 2019 is Desirable
no requirements specified