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Avionics Regulatory Specialist

Joveo CA

This is a Full-time position in Gatineau, QC posted May 20, 2022.

Profile Summary: The primary role is to provide specialist avionics systems engineering and regulatory support to DTAES 6, DTAES 3 project managers, DGAEPM, DGMPD and other DND/CAF organizations in support of the DND/CAF aircraft fleets (manned and unmanned).

Responsibilities: Research and evaluate Design Changes and conduct aircraft type certification activities; Provide avionic systemsinput in the development of the certification basis in support of Design Changes and aircraft Type Certification; Evaluate new technologies and systems for future use on DND/CAF aircraft; Conduct oversight of accredited organizations performing technical/maintenance activities and/or performing finding of compliance within the avionic systems specialty; Provide avionic systemsinput in the development and upkeep of Rules, Standards and Advisory Material for the Technical Airworthiness Manual; Provide avionic systemsinput in the development and upkeep of the Airworthiness Design Standards Manual Standards and Advisory Material; Prepare or assist in the preparation of Technical Notes, Minutes or Advisories; and h.

Provide recommendations to the Technical Airworthiness Authority on matters related to the Airworthiness Review Board, Risk Management, Technical Airworthiness Manual Rules and Standards, etc.

Mandatory Requirements: Must currently hold or be eligible for Secret (Level II) clearance with the Government of Canada.

Must have an undergraduate or master’s degree in electrical and/or electronic engineering from a recognized post-secondary institution*.

OR Must have an undergraduate or master’s degree from a recognized post-secondary institution* in engineering or science, and five (5) years’ experience as an avionics specialist.

OR Must have obtained the rank of Capt or above within the Aerospace Engineering Officer (AERE) or Communications and Electronics Engineering-Air (CELE-Air) trade within the CAF and ten (10) years’ experience to this related technical field.

Must have a minimum of ten (10) years’ experience within the past fifteen (15) years, related to aircraft avionics engineering, including experience with avionics upgrades and the integration of avionics systems in military and/or civilian type aircraft, or the certification of avionics systems.

Must have a minimum of three (3) years of practical experience within the last seven (7) years in avionics systems airworthiness certification including major design changes or the certification of new aircraft, including review of design, work with basis of certification, work with certification plan, work with compliance programs and related compliance documentation.

Experience must include work related to aircraft flight critical avionics systems.

Must provide details, including at least one (1) example, of work performed or formal education that clearly demonstrates knowledge* in four (4) of the following eight (8) areas: Engineering principles, practices and current technology in the field of avionics systems and avionics system integration as applied to three (3) or more of the following systems: aircraft navigation systems, aircraft communication systems, aircraft digital flight control systems, aircraft flight management systems, aircraft electrical systems, aircraft control and display systems.

Avionics system integration standards, processes and procedures.

Civil and/or military avionics bus protocols and their typical implementation.

Avionics systems design and functioning applicable to communications, navigation, flight management and avionics control/display systems.

Principles, practices and current technology in the field of aircraft systems safety engineering and the application of 1309 Design Analysis, SAE ARP 4761 and SAE ARP 4754 to aircraft system certification.

Avionics ground and flight test principles and practices as applied to fixed and rotary wing aircraft.

The application of airworthiness certification principles applicable to aircraft systems.

Concepts, principles and practices applicable to the design, development and certification of aircraft software.

The federal government has implemented a mandatory vaccination policy for public servants and all contractor personnel who access Government of Canada workplaces.

As an employee or independent contractor of Calian performing work for federal government customers of Calian, you will be subject to this mandate.

Calian has a duty to provide and maintain a safe workplace and is contractually obligated to adhere to government mandates, policies and directives.

Your employment / independent contractor agreement with Calian will require that you obey all workplace health, safety and security rules and regulations established by Calian or the customer.

Every Calian employee and independent contractor working on Calian customer worksites will be required to complete an attestation before you are employed by Calian, stating that you are Fully vaccinated (full series of a Health Canada-approved vaccine, 14 days have passed since your last dose).

This is a mandatory requirement and failure to complete the attestation will result in you being non-compliant for the position and we will therefore be unable to move forward in the hiring process.

Become a part of the Calian team and join over 4,500 professionals working on projects that span Canada, U.S.

and international markets.

Our capabilities are diverse enabling us to offer professionals career opportunities within business and technology services in health, training, engineering and IT services as well as within the design, manufacturing and maintenance of complex systems to the communications and defence sectors.

Founded in 1982, Calian is a Canadian company that is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (CGY).

Calian values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.

Calian is committed to being responsive to the diverse needs of its members, employees, and others, by striving to prevent and remove systemic barriers.

All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply and we welcome applications from women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression and others who may contribute to diversity of our organization.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

We will provide accommodations during the recruitment process upon request.