Perfecting Flight Performance Is Our Job…Make It Yours

Since 1946, Safe Flight Instrument Corporation 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.

Career Openings:

Assembler – Mechanical Systems

Work includes assembling precision electro-mechanical parts.  Experience with mechanical measurement, assembly techniques and blueprint reading skills a plus.

Email:  resumes@safeflight.com


Electrical Design Engineer (Mid-Senior Level)

Mid-senior level electrical engineer to lead the design, development, and integration of our safety and performance avionics products.
Responsibilities:  Electronic circuit design, integration, and testing; Schematic capture; Debugging of embedded systems; Interface with suppliers, contractors, and our multi-disciplinary teams to develop aviation quality products; Author engineering requirements, specifications, and procedures; Investigate new technologies for next generation products.
Required Education/Experience:  BSEE or MSEE required; 3+ years of experience as an Electrical Designer or with a similar role; Knowledge of analog circuit design, embedded systems, and microcontroller based designs; Working knowledge of communication protocols and buses: SPI, I2C, RS-232, RS-485, etc.; Circuit simulation experience is desirable; Experience debugging circuit assemblies; Prior experience utilizing electrical CAD packages for schematic capture; Working knowledge of the typical lab tools: oscilloscopes, spectrum  analyzer, power supplies, etc.; Avionics product development a plus.
Email:  resumes@safeflight.com


Q.A. Inspector

A minimum of 5 years’ experience in manufacturing of circuit boards, wiring and soldering.  The ability to perform:  inspection, some testing and First Article Inspections.  Candidate must be detailed oriented, organized, possess excellent communication skills and fluent in English.  Computer literacy in Excel and Word required.  IPC-A-610 certification experience preferred.  Experience in lean manufacturing a plus.

Email:  resumes@safeflight.com


Software Engineer (Mid-Senior Level)

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Computer Science with 3+ years’ of embedded software experience, preferably in avionics, but will consider other real time application areas, using C/C++, ARM and Intel Microprocessors, low level device drivers, communications (UART, I2C, SPI, ARINC 429, 1553, Ethernet) is required.  Experience in DO-178B/C including verification is highly desirable.  Debugging skill using emulator is required.  Some windows programming knowledge is preferred.

Email:  resumes@safeflight.com



Software Verification Engineer
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Computer Science and 3+ years’ experience in Avionics software verification.  Job functions include developing test case and test procedure in black box and white box environments for embedded software; performing structural coverage; writing test scripts; code review; document review.  Familiarity with DO-178C is required.  Fluency in C/C++ is required.  Knowledge in hardware and experience in verification tools such as LDRA, emulator and/or embedded software systems preferred.

Email:  resumes@safeflight.com


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