As part of the aircraft fire protection department, the candidate will be responsible for executing schedule and applied engineering functions at an applied math level associated with project assignments in fire/overheat detector application engineering, fire suppression application engineering and live fire testing toward halon replacement agent certification. The candidate will utilize their knowledge of materials, applied sciences and engineering in previous fluids, refrigeration, or aerospace experience to design product, manage projects and provide support to large programs in mechanical engineering fields. The will work in Lab-view systems data acquisition, multi-disciplinary teams working on internal application development projects, and customer driven programs.
•Developing Lab View applications for automated control and data acquisition.
•Identifying appropriate measurement equipment for pressure and temperature.
•Design of fluid piping and pressure systems.
•Thermal sensor mechanical design analysis.
•Mechanical installation of aircraft suppression and detection systems.
•Design analysis and validation – i.e. vibration, thermal, fluid susceptibility, humidity, fluid flow.
•Generate DOE(design of experiment) sequence for evaluating cause and effect.
•Minimum of 3 – 5 years of professional engineering experience in a commercial aerospace environment preferred.
•Minimum of 1 – 3 years of experience in developing refrigeration systems, NFPA or aircraft fire suppression testing, commercial/military aerospace(or equivalent) product development.
•Experience with CAD and Solidworks modeling. CATIA modeling capability a plus.
•MS Office Applications including Word, Excel, Outlook and Power point.
•National Instruments Lab View capability.
•Ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team.
•Strong written and verbal English skills required.
•Conversational foreign languages (French, German, Italian, etc.).
•Deductive reasoning skills a plus.
•Must be able to help a diverse group of people reach a logical conclusion.
•Must be able to lead group discussions in methods of applied engineering to evaluate test systems.
•Knowledge of materials and fluid systems.
•Knowledge of aerospace industry standards and specifications.
Bachelors Degree in Engineering, Mathematics or Science. Masters Degree Preferred.
Meggitt - 12 months ago