Position Details

Position Id : 376719
Status : Closed
Location : Everett, Washington
Duration : 12+ months
Pay Rate : Up to $115.00/Hour
Employment Type : Contract
Work Shift : Shift-1

Position Description

The BCA Control Laws team is looking for motivated individuals to join the team as control law engineers, supporting various programs including 777-X, 737MAX, 787, Autonomy, and other development programs. The position offers exposure to a great variety of core GNC/Flight Controls tasks and experiences, including interactions of the control systems with the dynamics of the vehicle to assess factors such as robustness and margins, control structure interaction, performance evaluation, handling qualities, and loads in order to validate or assess the system design. The work also includes assisting in demonstrating compliance to applicable regulations and specifications by executing tests, performing analysis or simulation and design reviews in order to deliver a compliant product that achieves airworthiness certification. Common control law engineering tasks include:

Position Responsibilities:
Gathers, defines and documents system level requirements to support flight control and
mission or trajectory requirements.
Performs and documents design and analysis of Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC) models and tools.
Supports troubleshooting of routing operational anomalies, functional tests and services
incidents. Executes tests, performs analysis or simulation and design review per FAA, MILSPEC
and NASA guidance to deliver a compliant product.
Supports development of solutions and disposition of issues to assure customer satisfaction. Participates in new business development efforts.
Works under general supervision.
Perform frequency domain analysis in Matlab/Simulink to assess system stability characteristics
Perform time domain performance analysis
Participate in the development and review of design requirements
Show compliance to requirements via appropriate testing and analysis
Develop and execute Detailed Test Procedures using flight controls test facilities with real flight hardware and software
Participate in engineering development and pilot demonstrations in the engineering flight simulators
Develop and execute software tests to support verification and validation activities
Identify control law design and implementation problems
Address in service squawks as necessary.
Support flight tests.


Required Skills
ABET accredited bachelor’s degree or higher in Engineering, Computer Science or related Field
Experience with System Safety Analysis including: failure modes and effects analysis; fault tree analysis; common cause analysis, and single & multiple failure analysis OR General familiarity with flight control systems

Preferred Skills
Basic experience using UNIX
Knowledge and background in classical and modern control theory
General knowledge of theory of flight and aerodynamic

Bachelor's degree and typically 9 or more years' experience in an engineering classification or a Master's degree with typically 7 or more years' experience in an engineering classification or a PhD degree with typically 4 or more years' experience in an engineering classification. Bachelor, Master or Doctorate of Science degree from an accredited course of study, in engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or chemistry. ABET is the preferred, although not required, accreditation standard.

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