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This new role is based within the Aircraft Interior Design Centre in Frimley, Surrey; where we hold EASA and GCAA Part 21J Design Organisation Approval (DOA). This centre has a highly skilled team of engineers that is growing in 2021.
We're looking for a multi-skilled Cabin Interiors Stress Engineer to support the certification of aircraft cabin interior modifications to demonstrate compliance with relevant regulatory and customer requirements and procedures defined in the company’s Design Organization Handbook (DOH).
Reporting to the Structures Engineering Manager and working with the global engineering services team, across multiple time-zones, in order to identify requirements and their associated solutions for active and upcoming aircraft cabin interior reconfiguration projects
Guide certification activities to ensure compliance with design requirements, and be a technical focal for certification and stress issues relating to cabin interior modifications and any third party equipment integration
Compile and review structural substantiation documents related to modifications for aircraft cabin interiors such as:
Product certification and integration to the aircraft of:
New seating installations
New monument and furniture Installations such as Galleys, Lavatories, class dividers, first class suites and VVIP furnishing.
Cabin interior changes, i.e. LOPAs, Passenger Service Unit layouts, LRU installations, etc…
Act as Boeing representative during customer meetings such as ITCM, PDR, CDR and FAI in support of active and up-coming projects. Provide additional on-site support to assist the customers’ during the embodiment phase of the project.
This requisition is for a locally hired position in the UK. Candidates must have current legal authorisation to work immediately in the United Kingdom. Boeing will not attempt to obtain Immigration and labour sponsorship for any applicants.
Benefits and pay are determined at the local level and are not part of Boeing U.S. based payroll.
Current or recent employment within the aerospace industry working with an EASA Part 21J Design Organisation (or equivalent)
Proficient in hand calculations, using classic stress analysis techniques
Proficient in Finite Element Analysis of interior components
Able to demonstrate a comprehensive working knowledge of EASA regulatory and applicable airworthiness requirements including (E)TSO, CS-25, JAR-25 and FAR 25 requirements (relevant to the stress/structures discipline)
Knowledge and experience of aircraft interior reconfiguration programmes and primary and secondary aircraft structures
A high level of attention to detail and professional integrity
Ability to work on multiple programmes with varying level of requirements efficiently and effectively
Ability to prioritise workloads and show flexibility to changing situations / demands.
A person of integrity who values attributes like trust, honesty and respect, comfortable working in a collaborative environment, willing to share knowledge and wisdom and not afraid to admit limitations.
You enjoy working under pressure, you are adaptable and resilient with high expectations and higher aspirations.