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Mail: Fairchild Controls
Attention: Jennifer Hildebrand
540 Highland Street
Frederick, Maryland 21701
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Principal Systems Engineer
Applies diversified knowledge of systems engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assignments and related fields. Performs system analysis and architecture design for aircraft subsystems, including requirements allocation, component sizing and selection, performance analysis, controls and built-in-test and fault isolation methodology. Able to interface directly with current and prospective Customers to discuss system concepts and details, and to make decisions independently on engineering problems and methods. May serve as technical leader or project leader on large and complex development programs.
Include knowledge of aircraft subsystem design and qualification – Environmental Control System (ECS)/Vapor Cycle Cooling System (VCS) experience preferred. Experience in classical Systems Engineering activities: requirements development, flowdown and validation; trade studies, systems modeling and simulation. Should have working knowledge of thermal systems and components (compressors, heat exchangers, pumps, fans, etc.); controls system design and built-in test design for thermal/mechanical systems. Experience in hardware/software integration within aircraft subsystem domain; functional analysis and allocation, interface specification, integration test planning, and verification testing.
Desired skills and/or experience
Experience in vapor cycle and/or air cycle environmental control systems; competitive procurement of aircraft subsystems; such as pre-RFP systems architecture development, proposal preparation, and customer coordination. Requires knowledge of DoD and/or commercial hardware and software certification requirements. Must have working knowledge in one or more of the following: heat transfer, fluid mechanics, aerodynamics or thermodynamics, and familiarity with tools such as MATLAB, EES and/or Sinda.
BS or MS degree in Engineering with a minimum of 6 years experience in the aerospace/defense industry.