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Hardware Engineer - ELMS

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  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Contract
  • Location: Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
  • Sector: Electronics / HW Design
  • Date posted: 19/12/2017
  • Job reference: J379006A

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Hardware Engineer - ELMS

12 months

Cheltenham

Role Overview

Electrical Load Management System (ELMS) is the power system that is installed onto Boeing 777 aircraft. At GE Aviation Systems the engineering team is responsible for controlling the design definitions throughout the life of the equipment.

A Hardware engineer shall be working within the ELMS Sustainment Engineering team at GE Aviation Bishops Cleeve. The role will be heavily revolved around supporting aftermarket projects on the upgrades/modification of Boeing 777 Power distribution systems in service.

There will also be some element of technical support to the ELMS production line in the form of providing technical advice and investigating failures and trends.

Activities

  • Creation of engineering source data for service bulletins (aftermarket projects)
  • Modification and revision of electrical schematics
  • Configuration control of design definitions
  • Providing technical expertise to production line and in service queries

Requirements:

  • Degree/HND or equivalent in electrical or hardware engineering or similar
  • Experience working on Power distribution systems
  • Expertise on configuration control and clear understanding of BOMs and technical drawings
  • Fully competent on use of Microsoft Office and other similar programs
  • Experience working on aftermarket projects (once the product is in service, experience in modifying projects).

Desirable

  • or the creation of service bulletins (highly desired)
  • Experience working on physical aircraft modification or wiring changes
  • Fast learner that can be effective early into the contract
  • Boeing 777, aircraft power systems.