Honeywell - Flight Test Engineer

https://www.honeywell.com/careers

The Req# is HRD38182

Honeywell Aerospace Flight Test team provides superior performance and outstanding efficiency to Fortune 500 and U.S. military customers who require detailed, accurate test data. As the industry leader, Honeywell has flying test beds and data gathering systems in place to functionally test and evaluate all its Aerospace products. The Flight Test team supports propulsion and avionics testing with several Flying Test Bed aircraft.

  • Responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing flight test missions
  • Works closely with project test engineers and Flight Test crews to ensure that specific test objectives are achieved
  • Works closely with other engineering elements to disseminate test requirements and instructions needed to meet test objectives
  • Ensures that the test aircraft is properly configured for the test mission
  • Maintains overall configuration control of the flying test bed
  • Participate proactively in the FRR process and ensure that all FRR actions are complete prior to flight
  • Prepare the individual flight test cards based on the project test instructions

YOU MUST HAVE

  • Bachelor of Science Degree
  • 2 years of experience with Avionics and/or instrumentation system integration and installation
  • 2 years’ direct experience using a CAD program

WE VALUE

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering
  • AutoCAD experience
  • Technical proficiency with Microsoft Office software
  • Strong written and oral communications skills
  • Positive, can-do attitude and ability to be an effective role model
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to facilitate teamwork highly desired
  • Ability to work in team environment and to lead as needed
  • Self-motivated with focus on results and sense of urgency
  • Comfortable functioning with minimal supervision in a complex environment
  • Flight testing experience
  • Prior experience working with the FAA and/or DER / ODA Unit Member delegation

Job Opening - U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command

Flight test software engineer position for the Army's Aviation Development Directorate in Ft. Eustis, VA .

For more information please click the link below:

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521200200

Head of Aviation Safety - Loon

We're hiring at Loon in Mountain View, CA (HQ)!

Join us: Head of Aviation Safety, Loon. Loon is full of opportunities for an aviator / test pilot / program manager who wants to be a part of something exciting and challenging. We are stretching the envelope of how to design, build, test and operate high-altitude flight vehicles. We are looking for a creative and energetic leader with domain expertise in aviation safety, system safety and all aspects of flight test. Loon is on a mission to connect people everywhere by inventing and integrating audacious technology. A network of balloons traveling on the edge of space, Loon combines advancements in materials science, atmospheric modeling, machine learning, and communications systems to expand connectivity to unserved and underserved areas around the world.  All interested parties should apply online or at https://x.company/careers-at-x/4121263002/

You can contact Allen Blocker (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Rob Eagles (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with questions about duties and responsibilities.

Cruz Associates, Inc - Subject Matter Expert Special Programs

Subject Matter Expert (SME) Special Programs – Joint Base Langley Eustis

Cruz Associates Inc. of Yorktown, VA (www.cruzinc.us) has an open position and is looking for qualified candidates for a Subject Matter Expert Special Programs in support of the Aviation Integration Directorate (AID).  The job location is Joint Base Langley Eustis (JBLE), Virginia, supporting integration and testing of a myriad of systems on numerous conventional and Special Operations Aviation (SOA) aircraft.  Interested applicants should contact Greg Stewart or Brian Thompson at 757-833-7538. 

Scope:  Provide subject matter and test and evaluation support for highly complex SOA-peculiar mission equipment and US Army common mission equipment.  Successful performance requires extensive knowledge of the component and aircraft level qualification requirements and ability of interfacing effectively with aircraft systems integrators and systems engineers.  The SME shall also be responsible for planning, executing, and reporting of developmental flight and ground tests that support research and advanced aviation initiatives for AID, DoD, and other Government agencies.  Mission equipment may include one or more of the following:  avionics (including aviation networking) hardware and software, aircraft survivability equipment (ASE) (active radio frequency and infrared countermeasures, passive infrared signature reduction equipment, etc.), sensor equipment (electro-optical, infrared, radar, laser, etc.), and weapons equipment (machine guns, rockets, missiles, and targeting/sighting systems). 

Responsibilities: (Not all encompassing)

  • Act as Test Director and supervise flight test programs and all test flight activities on assigned projects and programs.
  • Coordinate and execute ground and flight testing or test-related activities for various research and development activities to include: airfield or off-site testing activities, test program management, project test support, and program management for test activities.
  • Provides technical, analytical, and program management support for SOA and conventional Army aircraft mission equipment programs.
  • Establishes and tracks metrics as they relate to cost, schedule and performance with each mission equipment integration effort.
  • Develops concise and accurate performance specifications and procurement documents. 

  • Interprets, refines and integrates user requirements as they relate to the development process.
  • Assists in all technical reviews associated with mission equipment integration efforts.
  • Independently estimates and evaluates cost and schedule and monitors vendor compliance with stated requirements.
  • Identifies potential risks and suggests appropriate courses of action should technical issues arise, or user requirements change.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a technical field is required.
  • Minimum of 15 years’ experience working with military aviation is required.
  • Minimum of 10 years’ acquisition or test experience supporting definition, development, qualification, and fielding of equipment is required.
  • Applicant must be able to obtain a Top Secret or Interim Top Secret security clearance.

Salary and Benefits:

  • The position pays $135K for the right qualifications.
  • Cruz offers an extensive benefits package (see the Cruz website for details)

Cruz Associates, Inc. - Job Opening

Mission Equipment System Integration Support – Joint Base Langley Eustis

Cruz Associates Inc. of Yorktown, VA (www.cruzinc.us) has an open position and is looking for qualified candidates for an Aircraft Mission Equipment (ME) Program Integrator in support of the Aviation Integration Directorate (AID).  The job location is Joint Base Langley Eustis (JBLE), Virginia, supporting integration and testing of a myriad of ME systems on numerous conventional and Special Operations Aviation (SOA) aircraft.  Interested applicants should apply by clicking the following link: ME System Integration Support , completing the online application and uploading their resumes. 

Scope:  Provide subject matter support services for highly complex SOA peculiar mission equipment and US Army common mission equipment.   Successful performance requires extensive knowledge of the component and aircraft level qualification requirements and ability of interfacing effectively with aircraft systems integrators and systems engineers. Mission equipment includes one or more of the following: avionics (including aviation networking) hardware and software, aircraft survivability equipment (ASE) (active radio frequency and infrared countermeasures, passive infrared signature reduction equipment, etc.), sensor equipment (electro-optical, infrared, radar, laser, etc), and weapons equipment (machine guns, rockets, missiles, and targeting/sighting systems).

Responsibilities: (Not all encompassing)

  • Provides technical, analytical, and program management support for SOA and conventional Army aircraft mission equipment programs.
  • Establishes and tracks metrics as they relate to cost, schedule and performance with each mission equipment integration effort.
  • Develops concise and accurate performance specifications and procurement documents. 

  • Interprets, refines and integrates user requirements as they relate to the development process.
  • Assists in all technical reviews associated with mission equipment integration efforts.
  • Independently estimates and evaluates cost and schedule and monitors vendor compliance with stated requirements.
  • Identifies potential risks and suggests appropriate courses of action should technical issues arise, or user requirements change.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a technical field is required.
  • Minimum of 15 years experience working with military aviation is required.
  • Minimum of 10 years acquisition experience supporting definition, development, qualification, and fielding of equipment is required.
  • Applicant must be able to obtain a Top Secret or Interim Top Secret security clearance.

NTPS - Fixed Wing Test Pilot Instructor

Position Title: Fixed Wing Test Pilot Instructor.

Worksite: Mojave, CA.

Come and join the World’s Test Pilot School! The National Test Pilot School is the World’s Leading Total Flight Test Training and Education Organization and we are looking to fill a Fixed Wing Test Pilot Instructor position. You will work as part of a close team developing and delivering Fixed Wing and Systems flight test course material. In this role you will be teaching both ground and airborne instruction to test pilot and flight test engineer students. You can anticipate teaching all aspects of the Fixed Wing P&FQ and Systems curriculum. You should have excellent interpersonal skills that will allow you to relate and work well with people with a wide range of experience and from diverse cultural backgrounds. You must be able to explain inherently complex subjects in a manner that can be assimilated and applied by all students.

Required Education, Training & Experience Criteria:

  1. Test Pilot Graduate of an SETP recognized test pilot school (Full 12 month/Cat 1/Class A course)
  2. Bachelor’s & Master’s Degree in Engineering or field closely related to flight testing (or significant equivalent experience).
  3. Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience as a Fixed Wing experimental test pilot.
  4. FAA Class II medical or equivalent.
  5. Fluent in English.
  6. Proficient in Microsoft Office products.

Desired Education, Training & Experience Criteria:

  1. Ten years of Fixed Wing flight test experience.
  2. Test experience with Civil Certification, Radar, EO/IR and Comm/Nav systems.
  3. Previous test pilot school instructional experience.
  4. FAA Commercial Pilot License; Single-Engine & Multi-Engine Airplane, Instrument & CFI ratings.
  5. EASA Category I Test Pilot rating and Flight Test Instructor rating.
  6. NVG Experience

NTPS offers a competitive salary, 401k retirement plan, and benefits package. There is occasional travel associated with this position for field trips, student projects, course presentation, and consulting.

Interested parties should provide cover letter and resume/CV to:

Nigel Speedy, Head of Training

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661-824-2977