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Airbus Avionics Systems Engineer | Richmond (NSW)

Richmond (NSW)

Airbus is seeking an Avionics Systems Engineer to join the Air Mobility Program based at the RAAF Base Richmond.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Graduate Job
Start Date
Ongoing

Application dates

Applications Open
30 Jul 2019
Applications Close
11 Aug 2019

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
I
Computer Graphics & Animation
Data Science
E
Engineering & Mathematics

About the program

Airbus is seeking an Avionics Systems Engineer to join the Air Mobility Program based at the RAAF Base Richmond which provides Through Life Support (maintenance, engineering and logistics) to the Royal Australian Air Force C-130J Hercules platform. Working within a team of passionate and enthusiastic Engineers, you will be responsible for providing engineering technical solutions and advice to operators, maintainers, manufacturers and logistics personnel.

About the role

Reporting to the Team Lead C130 Engineering Services, the Avionics Systems Engineer will provide engineering, maintenance and logistics support services including Technical Information Review, technical change management and investigation activities, in accordance with the level of delegated authority.

You can anticipate some of your day-to-day activities to include:

  • Undertaking Technical Information Review and creation of Engineering Tasks,
  • Development, review and management of Technical Change tasks,
  • Development and review of engineering advice, authorised maintenance data and instructions in accordance with delegated authority,
  • Conducting inspections and performing technical investigations of problems or changes,
  • Undertaking analysis of defect and problem reports,
  • Contributing to the development of Engineering Procedures, Work Instructions and Forms. 

About you

This role would be suited to a Graduate or Junior Engineer in the early stages of their career and provides a great opportunity for mentoring by senior team members.   

The skills and experience best suited to this role include:

  • Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Avionics, Electronics, Electrical Engineering (or equivalent); or an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer/Technician qualification in Avionics trade stream,
  • A eagerness to learn and the capacity for self-directed task management in a fast paced environment,
  • Demonstrated commitment to safety, quality and customer satisfaction,
  • Excellent attention to detail,
  • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure, manage competing priorities and meet deadlines
  • Systems Engineering or Project Management experience would also be highly desirable.

What's on offer

Here at Airbus Australia Pacific we offer dynamic and diverse roles as well as a friendly place to work! Some benefits you can expect:

  • Options for flexible working arrangements, including a 9 day working fortnight.
  • Professional development opportunities and training plans aligned to support your career progression.
  • Salary Packaging – including salary sacrifice and novated leases.
  • Employee Share Ownership Plan.
  • Strong links to the broader Airbus global community.

Applicants must be eligible for an Australian Government Security Clearance and have the capacity to satisfy pre-employment medical screening which may include drug and alcohol testing.

About Airbus Australia Pacific

Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. In 2016, it generated revenues of € 67 billion and employed a workforce of around 134,000. Airbus offers the most comprehensive range of passenger airliners from 100 to more than 600 seats. Airbus is also a European leader providing tanker, combat, transport and mission aircraft, and is one of the world's leading space companies. In helicopters, Airbus provides the most efficient civil and military rotorcraft solutions worldwide.

Airbus in Australia Pacific is the region's largest helicopter manufacturer, employing more than 1750 people across 15 sites in Australia and New Zealand. With the largest market share in civilian and military helicopters, the company supports more than 500 Airbus Helicopters and is well recognised as a leading Through-Life-Support provider in military fixed-wing and helicopter platforms.

Our people work with passion and determination to make the world a more connected, safer and smarter place. Taking pride in our work, we draw on each other's expertise and experience to achieve excellence. Our diversity and teamwork culture propel us to accomplish the extraordinary – on the ground, in the sky and in space.

Application Closing Date: Sunday, 11 August 2019 

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Airbus Anthony Rothnagel
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I spent my time off working in various coffee shops and going on ski holidays until I finally rediscovered my passion for aviation and returned to uni.

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I spent my time off working in various coffee shops and going on ski holidays until I finally rediscovered my passion for aviation and returned to uni.

Anthony Rothnagel

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You can't just bolt anything to a plane.  As an Aerospace engineer, you need to ensure that what you design conforms to the relevant regulations and safety standards.

Chris Bullock

  • Graduate stories
You can't just bolt anything to a plane.  As an Aerospace engineer, you need to ensure that what you design conforms to the relevant regulations and safety standards.

Chris Bullock

Airbus Anthony Rothnagel
  • Graduate stories
I spent my time off working in various coffee shops and going on ski holidays until I finally rediscovered my passion for aviation and returned to uni.

Anthony Rothnagel

  • Graduate stories
I spent my time off working in various coffee shops and going on ski holidays until I finally rediscovered my passion for aviation and returned to uni.

Anthony Rothnagel

Airbus Chris Bullock
  • Graduate stories
You can't just bolt anything to a plane.  As an Aerospace engineer, you need to ensure that what you design conforms to the relevant regulations and safety standards.

Chris Bullock

  • Graduate stories
You can't just bolt anything to a plane.  As an Aerospace engineer, you need to ensure that what you design conforms to the relevant regulations and safety standards.

Chris Bullock