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     Date Submitted:09-06-2017
     Last Modified:25-07-2017 (03:22)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Systems Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsSystems, Design, V&V, R&D, CATIA V5, ARINC429, RS485, RFID, AFDX, FEA, CFD, DOORS, C, C++, VB.NET, Leadership

    Professional Summary

    Motivated Aerospace Engineer with 4 years of experience in development of aircraft systems and leading a project from concept through to design, testing and certification. Overall, 5 years of experience in engineering.

    Thanks to the extensive experience of prototyping and testing own designs, potential manufacturability, quality and industrialisation problems and oversights during the design phase of the product can be found before any engineering effort and budget are spent on the manufacture and testing of the product.

    Skills Matrix


    Management / Leadership

    Standards & Norms

    CATIA V5, Solidworks, AutoCAD

    3D modelling

    Installation drawings

    C / C++

    Arduino, Raspberry Pie

    Visual Basic (VB.NET)

    Microsoft Visual Studio

    HTML & PHP (web design)

    Microsoft Office

    Microsoft Project


    Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

    Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

    Project financial analysis

    Six Sigma, 5S, Group Technology

    Process analysis & improvement

    Operations management

    V&V management

    Leading project review meetings

    Leading a project (team of 20)


    Purchaser Technical Specifications

    Lab and Flight Test Requests

    Statement of Work

    System Description Document

    Declaration of Design and Performance (DDP)




    Airbus Standards: AP, ABD, AM

    ARINC 429



    IEEE 802.11

    IEEE 802.15



    Employment History

    Aerospace Systems Engineer – AKKA Technologies – Airbus UK                       Jan 2017 – Present

    Project: Support for in-service incidents for Airbus A330/A340 landing gears

    Focal point for investigations into in service occurrences to landing gear wheels, tyres and brakes

    Providing problem resolution to Airbus signatories and airworthiness authorities (EASA)

    Coordinating with chief engineers, programme management, landing gear experts, customer services, suppliers and airlines to ensure timely and appropriate problem resolution

    Highly demanding – some investigations have to be concluded 4 weeks from incident occurrence

    Project: Systems development for Airbus A320 & A330/A340 landing gears

    New product development from concept to launch

    Writing of system development, verification and validation plans

    Test and certification activities – writing of test plans and procedures

    Validating and accepting supplier documents used for certification

    Design reviews to ensure component and system performance standards

    Supporting flight, ground and lab testing certification activities

    Managing equipment and system evolutions

    Research and Development Engineer – AKKA Technologies – Airbus UK                                July 2015 – Jan 2017

    Project: High assurance wireless automated maintenance system for Airbus A380 and A320

    Leading the project and system development

    Wireless architecture development – IEEE 802.15, IEEE 802.11, RFID to high safety assurance level (DAL B)

    Leading workshops with the supplier and managing the product development

    Writing of software and hardware purchaser technical requirements

    Prototype development (software and hardware)- using Visual Basic (VB), C++, Arduino, RS485

    Integrating prototype Airbus software with supplier hardware (RS232, RS485)

    Product testing procedure writing – for lab, ground, and flight testing

    Landing Gear Structures Installation – Airbus - UK             July 2014 – July 2015

    Creating and modifying installation and system drawings using CATIA V5, supplier provided 3D models and Airbus DMU for Airbus A330 and A380 aircraft

    Validating and supporting approval of supplier drawings for landing gear systems and equipment

    Supporting integration problem resolution in Final Assembly Line (FAL) - representing landing gear design office

    Coordinating with chief engineers and final assembly line to resolve integration issues

    Engineering Consultant  - Self Employed - UK              May 2012 – July 2014

    Evaluating feasibility of an idea, and availability of supply chain

    Estimate development and manufacturing costs

    Lead the product development, from concept to product launch

    Sketching ideas in 3D, designing solutions in Solidworks

    Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and improvement of design based on the simulation results

    Supporting prototype manufacture and testing

    Providing additional support: marketing material (posters, creating videos, and 3D animations), business development, supplier engagement

    Qualifications / Certificates

    Bachelor Degree in Mechatronics Engineering - University of Central Lancashire – UK    2012 - 2016

    IMI Level 3 in Vehicle Maintenance, Diagnostics and Repair- Hugh Baird College – UK    2009 - 2011

    Operations Management – University of Central Lancashire – UK       2012 - 2016

    CATIA V5 Functionality & Methods - Airbus Training Course – UK       2014

    IBM DOORS Reader & Designer - Airbus Training Course  - UK      2017


    English – Fluent

    Polish – Fluent

    French – Limited Working Proficiency


    Winner of 2016 AKKA Group award for the most innovative UK project

    1 Patent Pending for Wireless Aircraft Architecture

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