Armament and Avionics Engineer

Company: 
Boeing Company
Category: 
Avionics
Job Type: 
Permanent
City: 
Williamtown RAAF, New South Wales Australia
State: 
International
Country: 
International

Location:RAAF Base WilliamtownCategory:Engineering / TechnicalPosition Type:PermanentJob Reference:BOE/1339161E1339161 6B.1B.622. LEVEL 4 Systems Design engineer NT.pdf (PDF, 179KB) Job Specification Share This:Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women and people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent to be part of an organisation that promotes a diverse and safe workplace environment. Flexible working options are available.At Boeing Defence Australia you can watch your ideas come to life.We are helping to shape the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most complex sustainment and development program for the Australian Defence Force.So from day one - your contribution will make a difference.BDA provides Sustainment Services for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) fleet of AF/A-18A and AF/A-18B (Classic Hornet) aircraft. The program has an integrated Commonwealth and contractor workforce, led by BDA, and we are seeking an Armament or Avionics Engineer to work within the Classic Hornet Sustainment Services (CHSS) program. This Position can be located in either Williamtown (NSW) or Amberley (Qld).The RoleThe CHSS Armament or Avionics Engineer will be required to have a broad exposure to Aircraft Armament or Avionics systems and have a tertiary qualification in the relevant technical discipline. A good practical knowledge of the Defence Aviation Safety Regulations as applied to aircraft sustainment is also desirable. What you will be doingThe CHSS Engineer will be accountable, as assigned tasks dictate, for performing and reviewing the Classic Hornet engineering activities, including design development, monitoring failure, evaluating proposed modifications and repair schemes, supervise and evaluate equipment trials, engineering investigation, review and approval in accordance with their assigned Engineering Authority and provide technical and logistics solutions to operational availability issues. The role is also responsible for providing direction and guidance to developers on requirements specification, design philosophy and verification requirements to facilitate efficient resolution of Classic Hornet engineering issues. They will also focus on identifying opportunities for building team capability and continuous improvement.About usFor close to 70 years, BDA has been an integral part of the region's defence industry and the partner of choice for some of Australia's largest and most complex defence projects.The company's 1800 employees at 14 sites and two international locations bring the #8216;Best of Boeing' products and services into the Australian market to provide a range of valued, through-life service solutions to its customers.BDA's strength lies in its world-class, innovative solutions for the support, maintenance, modification and upgrade of Boeing and non-Boeing aircraft; military aircrew training design and delivery; and the design, development and support of Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) solutions.For all of the Boeing Company's 168,000 people around the world, we encourage movement within the organisation; our aim is to nurture our existing employees, and help them reach their full potential.The CHSS Engineer must hold, or have the ability to obtain, an Australian Defence Security clearance to Negative Vetting 1 (NV1) level.Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet defence security requirements.Joining BDA is a chance to make your mark, working on some of the most exciting and innovating technologies in the world within a supportive team that values diverse views.So if you haven't considered a job with us, there has never been a better time to start. See your career take off and click Apply now.

First posted: 
6/22/2018 12:40:06 PM

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