Air Methods Corporation Electrical Engineer II - Englewood, CO (United Rotorcraft) in Englewood, Colorado

Job SummaryCreates, verifies, and distributes electrical and avionics engineeringwork products. These items include (but are not limited to) drawings,electronic models, technical reports, product specifications, testreports, manufacturing specifications. Works collaboratively personally withmanufacturing, supply chain, and other associated team members engaged inproduction and delivery of the designed product. Works closely withgovernment regulators, auditors, and other personnel engaged similarly onmilitEssential Functions and Responsibilities include the following:*Support design modifications, Engineering Change Orders, generalanalysis, hardware testing and prototype development. Develops ProjectLogistics Plans, and supports design reviews and meetings as required.*Develop new designs and electrical design concepts. Analyze newdesigns/concepts and communicate them to the customer and other functionalorganizations. Provide technical support to the Project Engineer with respectto project deliverables, adherence to schedule and in providing overallproject status. Develop and design for electrical power supply requirements ata system level to support STC's and Field Approvals designed by Air Methods.Modify existing off-the shelf products to comply with company needs andproduce documentation of modifications.*Generate electrical drawings, wiring schematics using AutoCAD and/orSolidWorks*Prepare (or assist in the preparation of) supplemental design informationrelated to the product. These items include cost estimates, safetyassessments, failure modes and effects analyses, electrical loadanalysis, maintenance instructions, installation instructions, flightmanual supplements, and wiring interface schematics.*Help develop cost estimates, safety assessments, failure modes andeffects analyses, electrical load analysis, maintenance instructions,installation instructions, flight manual supplements, and wiring interfacesche*Provides support for certification activities by assist with preparation andcoordination of documents and technical issues related to the certification ofDAS/ODA and/or FAA STC projects and FAA Field Approvals. Ability to takeelectrical design concepts from the design phase to the manufacturing phase.Work with Certification Team and ODA as needed to develop electrical conceptsaccording to FAA Regulations.*Assist (and possibly direct) installation activities, planninginstallation/repair modification data in drawing packages; Draft wiringdiagrams to facilitate installation in aircraft according to FAA Regulationsand MIL specifications*Other Duties as assigned.Additional Job Requirements*Regular scheduled attendance*Indicate the percentage of time spent traveling 1%Subject to applicable laws and Air Method's policies, regular attendanceis an essential function of the position. All employees must follow AirMethods' employment practices and policies.Supervisory ResponsibilitiesThis position has no supervisory responsibilities.QualificationsTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform eachessential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below arerepresentative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Inaccordance with applicable laws, Air Methods will provide reasonableaccommodations that do not create an undue burden so disabled employees mayperform the essential functions of the position.Education & Experience*Bachelor's degree (BS) in Electrical Engineering from four-year collegeor university; and three to five years' related experience and/ortraining; or equivalent combination of education and experience.*3-5 years previous experience directly related to aircraftelectrical/avionics systems preferred*Understanding of FAA certification processes, aircraft operations, andelectrical/communication and navigation systems*Ability to Interpret and use aircraft manufacturer's maintenance manuals,equipment installation instructions, and wiring diagramsSkills*Strong interpersonal