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Systems Engineer

JOB SUMMARY    The Systems Engineer will join a strong team of dynamic individuals working on innovative aircraft lighting designs.   JOB RESPONSIBILITIES   Capture, understand and document the customer's system requirements. Design systems architectures in cooperation with aircraft manufacturers. Perform interior systems analysis, modeling and simulation. Perform system light output measurements and simulations.   Develops requirements for systems test facilities. Design, draft and maintain Engineering Drawings in 3D and 2D using Solid Edge and/or AutoCAD that include part number, product marking, product specifications, artwork, labeling. Contribute to successful project completion by participating in the resolution of issues such as conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of standard material and difficult coordination requirements. Coordinate project activities with other operating or engineering units to facilitate participation of appropriate staff in project completion. Participate in a team to determine project objectives to the development of a comprehensive project design. Create and maintain 3D solid models files. Plan, design and oversee the installation, operation and maintenance of electrical components, equipment and systems. Perform complex assignments which will include the development of new or improved lighting products. Define aircraft installation requirements for avionics. Create functional product specifications. Perform other related duties as required.    MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:   Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and a minimum of 3 years releventexperience. Ability to travel up to 10% of the time to customers and/or other company facilities.   PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:   Experience in the aerospace/aviation industry. Understanding of lighting measurement tools and simulations AutoCAD, Solid Edge, MS Word, Excel knowledge a must.   Requisition ID:  468966
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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