Perfecting Flight Performance Is Our Job…Make It Yours
Since 1946, Safe Flight Instrument, LLC has pioneered safety of flight and flight performance optimization through measurement, display and control systems. From the invention of Stall Warning through Angle of Attack, Automatic Throttle Systems, Wind Shear Warning and a host of other aerospace firsts, Safe Flight has registered nearly 100 aviation related patents and has products on nearly two-thirds of the world’s aircraft. Your demonstrated skills will be valued and rewarded with an attractive compensation package of salary, health and medical, holiday, and vacation programs that are second-to-none. Our suburban Westchester County location, close to both New York City and scenic New England, offers unmatched educational, cultural and recreational opportunities. Be part of our ongoing success story. We are now looking for additional personnel to continue a tradition of growth in new products, new applications, and new markets.
Assembler – Electronic/Electro-Mechanical
Must be capable of but not limited to: Excellent soldering skills and fine eye/hand coordination when using small hand tools such as soldering iron, wire strippers, crimpers, etc.; Performs mechanical assembly measuring tools; Perform troubleshooting tasks as required; Visually inspects products or parts to ensure that the product meets the quality specifications. Must be able to follow operation steps and engineering drawings in completion of the assembly tasks.
Responsibilities: Electrical/Mechanical Assembly; Wire Harnessing; Wire Stripping; Crimping: PCB Assembly; Hand Soldering.
Associates degree in Avionics or related field; or a minimum of 3+ years’ experience as an electronics test technician for digital and analog circuits. Must have a working knowledge of electronic circuit theory and the ability to troubleshoot using schematics. Must be computer literate, possess good written, verbal, and interpersonal skills and be fluent in English. Experience in an ISO or AS9100 certified manufacturing facility; and with surface mount assembly a plus.
Senior Electrical Design Engineer
Designs board-level electronic circuits in small multidisciplinary teams to create safety critical aviation products.
Responsibilities: Design electronic circuits for aviation computers and supporting systems such as test equipment and harnesses. Provide review, mentorship, and time management for a team of 3 to 4 electrical engineers across multiple programs; Create Statements of Work for contracted services such as board layout and manage the contractor throughout the project; Evaluate design choices to meet product functional requirements, environmental compatibility, and manufacturing lifecycle, creating reports and other documentation supporting design choices; Create test procedures and reports for electronic hardware; Provide engineering insight to Program Management and Sales and Marketing for new business proposals and customer support; Supporting manufacturing and repair departments for legacy products.
Skills and Qualifications: 5 years+ experience with comparable responsibilities; Digital design in the hundreds of MHz with ARM Cortex or similar scale microcontrollers; Basic analog computer design; Experience with design for Electro-Magnetic Compatibility for susceptibility and emissions; Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited school.
Experience in the following topics is desirable but not required: Schematic Capture and PCB layout with Altium Designer; Designing safety critical electrical systems; Complying with RTCA DO-160G, MIL-STD-810H, MIL-STD-704F, MIL-STD-461G, and similar qualification standards; Bare-metal embedded C to support software engineers in driver development; Python, Excel, and similar analysis tools.
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