Reporting to the Director Avionics, the Senior Avionics Designer is a position that takes the as-sold configuration of a business aircraft interior and produces a design that meets the customer’s request as well as be easily procured and manufactured by production.
The E/A Designer is the Project Manager, the Advanced Design Engineer & the Production Director’s main point of contacts with respect to the development of the electrical engineering package.
When assigned a design package, they will be responsible and follow this package from the design phase until delivery of the aircraft. As such, they are required throughout the completion cycle to design, support and answer questions relative to that package.
The E/A Designer will perform the schematics, wiring diagrams and BOM generation for all electrical/avionics designs. They will ensure that the concept meets the design intended by the customer and reduces the manufacturing risk associated to it. They will perform the integration activities between the CMS, Lights, Water, Waste and other systems on the aircraft to ensure they all function will with each other.
After a package is released, the E/A designers track all changes to the configuration and conduct all necessary changes: EOS, NIEOs, Revision Changes.
The E/A Designer is accountable for the manufacturability, certification and accuracy of the design package. They will protect the best interests of both the Company and the Customer in order to ensure a quality finished product and a win-win end to the Completion Program.
The E/A Designer will interface with advanced design engineer to understand the operational requirements of the design, with suppliers such as Rockwell Collins and with production to ensure the feasibility, full integration and manufacturability of these requests. The E/A Designer will be responsible for the creation of the engineering dataset that will be used to manufacture the wire harness and certify its components on the aircraft
The E/A Designers are responsible for the following activities related to the completion of an aircraft interior:
Generation of electrical wiring diagrams, GTPs, FTPs, and schematics for production and certification.
Creation of the Parts List and AMO list.
Response to RFE activity.
Support PDR and CDR activities.
Attend the PDR to check the entire completions design package to ensure that it is accurate and consistent with the contents of the completions specification.
Conduct the CDR and follow-up on the actions resulting from this activity to ensure they are closed at the agreed to ECD dates.
College Degree in Electrical/Avionic Design
Extensive knowledge of AUTOCAD
Familiarity with Bombardier (Global Express) aircraft and the business jet environment
10-15 years of Aviation experience
Team worker, abilities to work in a multi-project dynamic environment
Bilingualism an asset
“IMP is committed to Employment Equity and our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative at all job levels. We welcome applicants from Aboriginal People, visible Minority Groups, Persons with Disabilities and Women in occupations of positions where they are under-represented. If you are a member of one of the equity groups, you are encouraged to self identify on either your cover letter or resume.”
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