Electrical Subsystem Lead Engineer - Reno, NV

Aerion Supersonic - United States

Full-timeEstimated: $110,000 - $140,000 a year
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Aerion Supersonic is seeking an Electrical Subsystem Lead Engineer with strong experience enabling him/her to be responsible for all activities related to the design, development, integration, testing and certification of the Electrical Power Generation System (EPGS), Electrical Power Distribution System (EPDS), Electrical Wire Interconnection Systems (EWIS) and the Science of Electrical Engineering (G&B, EMC, EMI, HIRF, LSP, etc.) for the Aerion AS2 supersonic business jet. The successful candidate will manage the various electrical systems design and completion partners, as well as all design and certification activity required. The Electrical Subsystem Lead Engineer will initially be located in our Reno, NV, headquarters and report to the Director of Subsystems IPT. Duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Develop electrical systems design, architecture and product plan, including qualification and certification plans
  • Provide subject matter expert level technical leadership, mentoring and guidance on both practical and theoretical aspects of electrical systems
  • Define requirements for the electrical systems to ensure compliance with regulations and customer requirements
  • Provide validation and verification of electrical systems requirements
  • Perform electrical systems tests and certification, and provide system and certification documentation
  • Manage the electrical subsystem scheduling,budget, resources and suppliers
  • Report subsystem status to ensure milestones are met in support of the overall program schedule
This position will be responsible for hiring, developing and leading talent to augment and seamlessly integrate with our world-class team and liaise effectively with our technical support partners. He/she will foster a culture that inspires high levels of performance and employee retention. The selected candidate will help to define the product development strategy and lead a team of engineers and analysts in that effort. She/he will prioritize the allocation of the Electrical subsystem resources to meet the milestones of the AS2 program schedule, from concept through certification, as well as provide support to the various other subsystems and other IPTs in support of their development and certification.

Requirements:
  • Must be either a US citizen, a US permanent resident or someone who otherwise meets the requirements of a US Person under EAR part 772 and ITAR 120.12.
  • Cannot be party of any restrictive covenant, non-compete, non-solicitation, or non-disclosure / confidentiality agreement with current or any former employer that would prevent you from fully performing the duties of the position.
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace, Electrical Engineering or other relevant Engineering position
  • Master’s degree in a technical and/or management specialty preferred
  • 10+ years of deep, hands-on experience in Electrical systems development, design and testing in Military, Commercial and/or business jet aircraft
  • 3+ years of demonstrated experience leading technical resources and teams, both internally and externally, as well as both on-site and off-site
  • In-depth and current knowledge of Part 25 regulatory requirements
  • Experience and expertise in the development of commercial and/or high-end business jets strongly desired
  • Recent experience in developing electrical systems from concept through certification strongly desired
  • Must be able to demonstrate a clear understanding, knowledge and ability to define requirements, generate architecture and achieve compliance
  • Strong customer focus with experience in a global environment working with customers and suppliers
  • Strong/proven problem-solving skills across multi-disciplinary skill sets
  • Strategic leader with very strong decision making and communication skills
  • Ability to develop high levels of credibility and forge solid professional relationships with subordinates, peers, and management
  • Ability to drive accountability appropriately within the organization
  • Experience with Microsoft Office software