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Design & Development Engineer - Cabin Avionics

Crawley, West Sussex  Further Information
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Salary: Competitive plus excellent benefits
Contract: Permanent 

Hours: 37.5 hours per week, Mon - Fri 09:00 - 17:30
Location: The base (with some overseas travel) 
Closing date: Friday 29th September

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In a nutshell

This role is responsible for the provision of design modification, provision of installation modification related documentation, design, technical compliance and project expertise in support of the airlines Cabin avionics requirements.

This will include the responsibility for specification and implementation of cabin avionics modification initiatives, maintenance and development, and projects.

The role is also responsible for investigation of production and in service defects and reliability concerns and the formulation of corrective actions to drive performance, maintain safety, compliance, reliability and product delivery in a timely manner at optimum cost.

Day to day

Develop new product specifications and delivery of technical products in collaboration with Airline project teams.

To provide specialist technical expertise and cost of ownership information to the airline to enable effective evaluation and validation of options in respect to cabin product opportunities/definition.

Put safety and security at the heart of everything you do, prioritise accordingly and ensure that our staff, crew and passengers are safe and our operation remains in compliance.

Complete safety, compliance and airworthiness management across all VAA Cabin types within the framework of the regulatory authorities and legislation requirements including assessment of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins, as well as completing safety investigations and risk assessments.

Effective supplier management to deliver technical solutions in collaboration with Supply Chain in line with customer expectations.

Clear communication of airline expectations and management to these expectations.
Develop good communication lines and relationships with all airline departments and 3rd party suppliers.

Conduct effective communication at all levels of the business, building good relationships and communication paths across the company to position yourself as a well-respected and highly professional individual.

About you

As a Design and development engineer, you will be detailed with a methodical and analytical approach to your work. You will have the ability to interpret differing business messages to inform decisions when dealing with supplier or internal stakeholders.

You will have experience in either an airline or manufacturing engineering, with Cabin specifically highly desirable. A working knowledge of all CAA, EASA and other national airworthiness authority regulations and experience of EASA Part 21 or Part M.

Ideally you will be educated to degree/HND in a discipline relevant to aviation, engineering or equivalent. You will also hold EASA B2 licence or equivalent.

The perks

Our pioneering spirit and passion keeps our brand vibrantly alive. That's why we give our people the rewards that they deserve. We have a whole host of benefits in place to help you enjoy life to the full, as well as a world of travel opportunities including up to seven flights a year to a wide range of fabulous Virgin Atlantic global destinations. Beyond a whole world of travel opportunities, we also offer a competitive benefits package including pension and private medical schemes, life assurance, child care vouchers and excellent discounts across the Virgin Group of companies.

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