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OEM & Aftermarket Electrical / Mechanical Engineer
Salary: £35K to £42K P/A
Hours of Work: 39 hours per week - Semi Flexible
Holidays: 25 days + Bank holidays
Researches, develops and designs Electrical and Mechanical components, equipment and system installations. Reporting to Engineering Manager (After Market and OEM)
Applies research to the planning, design, development, and testing of mechanical and/or electromechanical systems, instruments, controls, engines, and/or machines.
Level of Work
Requires a working knowledge of principles and practices of area of specialty
Develops proficiency in area of specialty through practical experience
Supports projects and programs
Occasionally relies on up-line for problem resolution
Direction given in: tasks and projects
Duties and Responsible:
Defining the installation requirements of mechanical and electrical systems and components.
Creating wiring diagrams for interior monument cabin furnished equipment.
Creating and designing interior cabin furnished monument Electrical & Mechanical drawings and 3D models.
Performing electrical load analysis for Galleys
Ensuring compliance of design to latest customer and airworthiness requirements
Checking of engineering data produced by peers
Participating in design reviews of Galley mechanical and electrical installations
The selection and application of materials and processes appropriate to each design element
Ensuring the successful integration of each design element with the product as a whole
Supporting Mechanical Design Engineers within the group with guidance on electrical issues.
Supporting problem solving during manufacturing build process and through aftermarket quires.
Assisting in definition and supplier selection for Galley components and equipment. Ensuring technical, commercial and weight targets are maintained
Communicating effectively and professionally with peers, suppliers and customers
Development and introduction of new product and product improvements
Any other reasonable duties as required
Engineering degree or ONC/HNC in an electrical design related field
Sufficient engineering capability and experience to create effective engineered solutions
Competent user of the incumbent CAD and data management systems - Teamcentre and NX v 7.5 preferred
A working knowledge of the principle of electrical installation and systems integration and design including 3D mechanical design experience, preferably in NX
A working knowledge of the various methods of manufacture of electrical and mechanical components and assemblies
An understanding of material selection
An understanding of protective treatments
An understanding of aircraft interior architecture with a working knowledge of Boeing, Airbus requirements (D6-36440 etc)
An understanding of the best practice for the integration of mechanical and electrical systems
Awareness of the certification framework within which the work is undertaken
A good working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook
Effective oral and written communication skills
CVE or working towards becoming a CVE
If this is of interest to you, please contact or Jamie Ali or John Paul O'Hare on 01329 232221 or send your CV to J.Ali@protectechnical.co.uk