Senior Aerospace Control Law Engineer

Job Description BAE Systems is hiring an Aeronautical Engineer to support safety critical Avionics Control Law development. The work we do at BAE Systems matters. We create innovative technologies and solutions that give our military and commercial customers an edge. We seek strong technical engineers with passion and integrity, the ability to solve complex problems, and an interest in making a significant impact. Are you up for the challenge? It's more than a job. It's inspired work. As a systems engineer, you will bring forward your aeronautical and control law experience to help develop safety critical flight control systems and solve complex aerospace problems. Typical Education & Experience Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 6 years work experience or equivalent experience Required Skills and Education Desired Skills and Experience Bachelor's in engineering discipline or equivalentexperiencea minimum, Aeronautical engineering degreepreferred. At least 7 years' experience working in an engineering environment/10 years' experience preferred 5 years of safety critical Control Law development experience preferred Familiarity with any of the following - ARP-4754A/DO-178 or DO-254 certification requirements Experience in at least one of the following subject areas: Experience with real time control loop systems for safety critical avionics Developing safety-critical system or software requirements Validation of safety-critical systems for Aircraft loss of control prevention Development of aircraft control laws Experience with safety critical control systems. Preferred Skills and Education Knowledge of MBSE approaches, methods and techniques applied to the development of integration of enterprise and system level architecture products Experience with the following software packages &languages is a significant asset Model-Based Systems Engineering tools MATLAB/Simulink UML & SysML 42781BR
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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