Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing subsidiary, is seeking Electrical Engineers for the design and development of next generation autonomous systems of manned and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
The Electronic Systems Division was created to define and produce electronic systems, components and assemblies comprised of both COTS and electronic hardware.
· Experienced Level: Responsible for a complicated component or system from concept through flight test. Take requirements and turn them into a working system. Estimate time to complete complex tasks accurately. Direct a small team of engineers to accomplish a common goal.
· Senior Level: Responsible for an entire aircraft’s system architecture and/or a subject matter expert spanning multiple aircraft programs. Expected to define system level requirements and lead a team of multi-discipline engineers. Key contributor for bringing aircraft to first flight.
Candidates have demonstrated working knowledge of one or more of the following:
· Electrical and/or Computer Engineering
· Production ready PCB designs
· DO-178 or DO-254 Certification
· Fault Tolerant Systems
· Aircraft Avionics
· Vehicle Command and Control
· Technical Project Management
· Electric Actuation and Propulsion
· Vehicle Communications System
· Wiring & Harness
· Analog and Power Electronics
· High Speed Digital
· Working knowledge of tools:
· Harness Design tools
· EDA tools
· 3D Design tools
· Simulation tools
· MS Office, Project and MS Visio
Bachelors’ degree required; Electrical Engineering degree or focus on Electric principals preferred
· Experienced Level: 3 (+) Years of Relevant Industry Experience
· Senior Level: 8 (+) Years of Relevant Industry Experience
Candidates must be a U.S. Person (U.S. Citizen or a Permanent Resident/Green Card Holder)
Aurora Company Overview:
Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing Company, is a leader in the development and manufacturing of advanced unmanned systems and aerospace vehicles. Our mission is to apply autonomy and robotics to the development, production, and operation of advanced aircraft. During the last three decades, Aurora has designed, rapid-prototyped, and flown an average of one new vehicle a year for both government and commercial customers. Now, as an independent subsidiary of Boeing, Aurora’s innovation is combined with Boeing’s size and strength, creating an unprecedented opportunity to shape the future of aerospace systems.