MECHANICAL SYSTEMS DESIGN ENGINEER – AEROSPACE
ROLE & RESPONSIBILITY OVERVIEW:
To Design and Detail Mechanical Systems, Mechanical Sub-Assembly and Assembly from ‘Concept Models’ and produce manufacturing working 3D Models, Drawings and Documents.
Produce Composite Parts, Machined Parts and Sheet Metal Components
Produce BOMs, Ply Lay-up Table and ICDS
Produce Installation Drawings
Particular attention to getting the design ‘Right first time, on target and within budget
Particular attention to weight optimization is mandatory.
CATIA V5/V6, 15000-20000 Hrs Minimum
2D/3D Part Design Work Bench
Generative Sheet Metal
CPD (Composite Part Design)
Reporting and Accountable to ‘The Head of Structures and Manufacturing’
for Quality, on time delivery and within budget.
On occasions, Technical direction may come from the CEO/CTO/Chief Designer Styling / Rendering with prior approval from the Head of Design & Manufacturing.
(but NOT limited to …)
Control Surfaces Movements
Actuation of Aircrafts Canards, (Mechanical)
NLG /MLG deployment & retraction
NLG / MLG Doors deployment
Fans Air Intake system
Fuselage Fan Doors (Open /Close)
Wing Fans Articulations
Aircraft Braking system
Cockpit Canopy (open/Close) System
The Mech Systems Design Engineer – Aerospace must work on their own initiative with minimum supervision and act in a professional manner at all times.
He / She made be called upon to act in a leadership role and take on additional responsibility as required, such as a Peer checker.
The Mech Systems Design Engineer may/will be required to work a shift system to maximise the software licences.
The candidate may be required to attend Technical & Progress meetings as required.
The Mech Systems Design Engineer must be a Team player and integrate into the Structures Department, technically and socially