The Electronics Engineer role involves the technical responsibility for the electronic design and development of engine and airframe control products to meet the customer performance specification and business objectives.
The role may also involve the management of assigned resource, and the co-ordination of specialist engineering staff required for the electronics work packages necessary to meet the agreed project budget and milestones.
Additionally the Electronics Engineer will be responsible for the development of any new technologies in support of product development.
Ideally the candidate shall have at least 2 years design experience, and be capable of achieving Chartered Engineer status.
Technical knowledge of both analog and digital circuit techniques as well as knowledge of the latest electronic packaging design techniques to meet aerospace installation and certification requirements, a thorough understanding of environmental requirements and their effects on the design, be familiar with manufacturing process capabilities to meet DFA and DFM requirements.
The role also demands a high degree of self-management with good interpersonal skills and be capable of effectively interfacing with the customer.
The Electronics Engineer has technical responsibility for assigned work packages, through his/her manager, to assure the electronic design meets its performance requirements through analysis and test, satisfying the appropriate airworthiness requirements. This will involve the co-ordination of specialist in the filed of EMC, components, thermal, vibration and material for design support, analysis and assurance testing of the product.