CDG, a Boeing Company is a world-class strategic partner for engineering-driven organizations that develop, support, operate and maintain complex equipment. CDG serves a broad range of industry sectors, including commercial and VIP aviation, aerospace and defense, manufacturing and other industries.
You will be working directly with the Mechanical systems, Structural and Project Engineers, providing Electrical system documentation and drawings for aircraft interior retrofit modifications. This is a fast paced role, requiring the candidate to be able to manage their workload, priorities and meet deadlines effectively. An ability to communicate with all levels of staff and management is essential. The candidate must be skilled in MS Office applications, have experience with generating design documentation on CAD systems such as Catia and AutoCAD. Position located in Long Beach, CA.
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum BS in Aerospace, Mechanical Engineering with 6 years of related experience and/or 12 years’ experience in related commercial/military aircraft design fields.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: • Produce wiring diagrams and electrical installation drawings • Produce electrical load, electrical bonding and voltage drop analysis documents • Produce EWIS assessment and review against existing aircraft instructions for continued airworthiness • Produce system installation safety assessments (FAR and/or CS25 309) • Produce aircraft compliance verification test documents • Select equipment, wire and components with respect to electrical load, function and environmental conditions • Attend project meetings, supplying specialist knowledge of electrical systems
SKILLS/EXPERIENCE: The successful candidate will ideally have a thorough working knowledge of aerospace engineering, in particular interior equipment construction techniques and principles for large aircraft. An Engineering qualification is essential in addition to organizational and communication skills. The ideal candidate shall:- • A working knowledge of EASA CS25 subpart F and/or FAA Equivalent is essential. • A working knowledge of FAA ODA or EASA Part 21J organization would be beneficial. • Have a working knowledge of aircraft installation procedures and best practice • Understand the requirement for critical separation of existing aircraft systems • Have a working knowledge of aircraft AC and DC distribution systems • Understand the use of charts and lists within the aircraft wiring manuals • The ability to identify functional and environmental test requirements for system qualification • Experience with CATIA V5 is essential. • A basic understanding of passenger in-seat power and actuation systems would be beneficial but not essential • A basic understanding of in-flight entertainment systems and its interface/functionality with existing aircraft systems would be beneficial but not essential A working knowledge of passenger general illumination, oxygen deployment and emergency escape path making would be beneficial but not essential • Ability to travel for mentoring and/or customer interface, sometimes at short notice.
CDG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Drug Free: We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
US Person: Yes. Due to legal requirements associated with our work statements, you must be able to provide documentation indicating that you are a US Person.
We offer a competitive salary, great benefits, and a pleasant working environment.