The ideal candidate is a very technical person, who finds solving challenging problems to be a rewarding task. Our BAW business is growing rapidly, and we desire a highly motivated individual excited to be part of this opportunity. The candidate should present good communication skills both verbal and written.
The Systems Integration Engineers must operate comfortably with all engineering disciplines including software engineers, designers, and production personnel. Interface with suppliers of modules and critical hardware vendors is an important associated activity.
Acts as a liaison between client area and technical organization by planning, conducting, and directing the analysis of the most complex, strategic, corporate-wide business problems to be solved with automation and simplified processes.
Review specifications from end users, engineering companies and process licensors to uncover areas for improvement which will result in improved process control, reliability and optimized total cost of ownership.
Management responsibilities include supervision of design and drafting staff, coordination with clients and associates, and organization of design and construction administration activities to meet established schedules and budgets.
Defines and decomposes system requirements and functional system requirements; documents specifications; identifies requirements flow down, design and architecture development, and requirements traceability.
Applies knowledge of computer science concepts and techniques to independently write, modify, and adapt complex computer programs in machine level, assembly, and third or fourth generation programming languages.
The Aerospace Sales Engineer is responsible for managing the marketing & sales activities, including product planning and strategies for commercial and military aircraft customers and prospects - Leading to planned growth in the assigned territory.
Support the development, design, implementation, test and transfer to the manufacturing of ENT and NT devices; develop prototypes, verification units and product specifications, including material specifications, assembly drawings, bills of materials and manufacturing documentation.