United States of America
03: Building 03 Windsor Locks One Hamilton Road, Windsor Locks, CT, 06096 USA
The Propeller Systems Engineering group is seeking a customer focused and dedicated systems engineer with DO178 software familiarity, controls development experience, cybersecurity familiarity, and hydraulic control system modeling expertise (combination of hydraulic, control EMIDs, and control software modeling).
The candidate will support throughout the propeller system life cycle as well as support existing propeller integration for new applications. The position requires the ability to communicate internally with engineering and program management as well as externally with US military engineering, operators, maintainers, airframers, and engine manufacturers to develop, test, and support in-service and new propeller systems. The candidate should have experience in the four major disciplines of systems engineering, systems architecture development; modeling; requirements development and management; and verification and validation.
Perform analysis, implementation, and documentation of cyber security requirements for military electronic propeller control system applications including interfacing with internal subject matter experts and the customer.
Generate and maintain propeller system performance models and real time models for hardware-in-the-loop testing for new and existing propeller systems.
Includes identifying component and system testing and model calibration
Analyze component and system stability (phase and gain margins)
Simulate proposed system failure modes and proposed product changes
Have flexibility to move between architecting, modeling, requirements development, and verification and validation as required by the various phases of assigned programs. This may require domestic and international travel to support suppliers, customers, and aircraft operators.
Lead existing product support and new program development for military and commercial propeller platforms. Typical activities include the following:
Attend and support customer meetings
Identify upgrade opportunities and problem solutions
Lead control software and hardware upgrade programs.
Execute software and hardware validation including support of software certification
Support on-aircraft testing and troubleshooting
Coordinate propeller control and modeling development with other engineers locally and internationally.
Develop and maintain a library of effective modular component models.
Identify and perform R+D for adaptive control algorithms and prognostic health monitoring for improved performance and maintenance.
Lead development of control algorithms for propeller systems and incorporate into requirements for propeller control software (DO-178 Level A software).
Interact with internal customers, external customers (military, powerplant manufacturers, and/or aircraft manufacturers), and suppliers.
Participate in internal and external product design engineering teams and reviews.
Be involved, either directly or indirectly, with aircraft and propeller system troubleshooting with operators after entry into service.
Ability to clearly and concisely communicate complex technical information in presentation and report forms.
Some international travel is required to coordinate with the Figeac, France site and for customer support.
Bachelor's degree and 5 years of relevant experience OR
Advance degree and 3 years of relevant experience OR
In absence of a degree, 9 years of relevant experience is required
Must be a U.S. Person/Permanent Resident "Green Card" holder
Degree in Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related degree (Master's degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering preferred)
Five years systems engineering experience (2 years with Master's Degree) preferred
Aircraft software and control system experience
Modeling experience with MATLAB/Simulink
DO178 Software familiarity
Experience with hydraulic (fluid)/mechanical/electronic control systems
Ability to model, calibrate, and troubleshoot complex combined hydraulic, electronic, and mechanical systems required (both real time and non-real time)
Control system design, testing, and in-service investigations including software preferred
Cyber Security familiarity or experience is preferred
Requirements management experience with ARP4754 preferred
Full life cycle experience as a systems engineer: systems architecture/ requirements development/ modeling and simulation/ verification and validation.
Strong oral and written communication skills
Ability to present to customers, operators, and levels of leadership internally & externally.
Aircraft flight testing experience is a plus
Experience with Doors or similar configuration management tools is a plus
Experience with diverse international teams is a plus
Must have or be capable of obtaining a US Department of Defense (DoD) security clearance. Candidate selected will be subject to a government security investigation/reinstatement and must meet eligibility requirements
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies company, is a leader in technologically advanced and intelligent solutions for the global aerospace and defense industry. Collins Aerospace has the capabilities, comprehensive portfolio and expertise to solve customers' toughest challenges and to meet the demands of a rapidly evolving global market.
The high quality products we design, test and produce in our Mechanical Systems help millions of passengers reach their destinations safely - every day! From landing systems, cargo systems, and actuation to propellers, flight controls and hoist and winch - the products we manufacture work together behind the scenes to enhance the overall flight experience. We delight our customers with superior products and best-in-class service. Our global team is committed to continuous improvement - we work hard to make our solutions lighter-weight, stronger and more technically advanced, so that plane travel can be safer, more affordable and more sustainable in the years to come. We are looking for the best and brightest to fly and land with us!
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Some of our competitive benefits package includes:
Medical, dental, and vision insurance
Three weeks of vacation for newly hired employees
Generous 401(k) plan that includes employer matching funds and separate employer retirement contribution, including a Lifetime Income Strategy option
Life insurance and disability coverage
Optional coverages you can buy: Pet Insurance, Home and Auto, additional life insurance, accident insurance, critical illness insurance, group legal
Ovia Health, fertility and family planning
Employee Assistance Plan, including up to 5 free counseling sessions
Redbrick - Incentives for a Healthy You
Doctor on Demand, virtual doctor visits
Best Doctors, second opinion program
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