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|Job title||Flight Systems Technical Fellow|
|Job type||Auto Innovation|
|Salary||170,000 - 210,000 USD|
Do you have over 20 years’ experience in flight system development? Do you want to work for an organisation who value your ideas and empowers you to make a difference? One of the world’s most well-known companies is currently looking for a Flight System Technical Fellow to join their team in the US and manage and train teams on state-of-the-art aviation technologies. This is a brilliant opportunity to be an integral part of a truly global organisation!
Operating in the aerospace and defense market, our client is one of the number one companies in the world for helicopters and tiltrotor aircraft. With a long history and a strong heritage in the aerospace market, they are now focused on designing advanced technologies for the future across several applications, including helicopters, aircraft, aerostructures and cyber security. Their core focus is on innovation and sustainability as they go forward.
Designing and developing these technologies in-house, they offer a huge range of defense and security solutions to institutions across the globe with the aim of strengthening global security.
As Flight System Technical Fellow, you’ll be focused on managing and training others in state-of-the-art helicopter flight system technology. Working closely with other functional departments, you will provide technical oversight and leadership in developing advance flight control systems as well as anticipating and solving problems with the technology.
You’ll have a minimum of 20 years’ experience in flight system development including at least 5 years’ experience in an engineering lead position. Other requirements include:
FMC Contact for this role: Adam Stackhouse (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Reference number: 9547
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Telephone us on +44 (0) 1522 695 011 during office hours, or use this form to send us a quick message, and we’ll get back to you.
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Updated on 2017-08-07T17:04:38+00:00, by .