Textron Senior Flight Test Engineer in Wichita, Kansas
Senior Flight Test Engineer
The Flight Test Engineer will be involved in performance, flying qualities, and systems flight testing of Textron Aviation jet and propeller aircraft. Testing includes the development and certification of existing and new types of aircraft. Some travel will be required.
Research U.S. and foreign regulatory requirements, develop test procedures, write flight test plans, analyze flight data and write test reports.
Work with various groups within Product Engineering to develop systems flight test procedures and pass/fail criteria.
Conduct performance, flying qualities and systems flight testing by working with flight crews via telemetry station and on-board during flight tests.
Participate in the development and improvement of flight test processes and tools.
Support certification activities as an ODA/UM Flight Analyst.
EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering required; AE preferred
Minimum 10 years of flight test engineering experience working on FAA part 23 or 25 projects, including knowledge of aircraft development and certification processes and techniques.
Current FAA DER (flight analyst).
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Computer skills: Proficient with MS Office. Visual Basic is a plus.
Some flight test engineering experience preferred
Some knowledge of aircraft development and certification processes and techniques preferred.
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Primary Location US-Kansas-Wichita
Recruiting Company Textron Aviation
Job Level Individual Contributor
Shift First Shift
Req ID: 270837