Flight Control Law Engineer - AS400

Work location: Komaki, Aichi, Japan
Job description: 
• Engineer will work as a team member of Flight Control Team in the Flight Dynamics Group.
• Basic work scope is to provide technical assistance to the development and certification of the aircraft program, focusing primarily on control laws design, evaluation, verification and optimization. This activity includes:
(a) Control Law design, including gain tuning, stability and handling qualities analysis
(b) Planning, preparing, executing, analyzing and documenting desktop simulations
(c) Planning, preparing, supporting, analyzing and documenting manned simulations
(d) Planning, preparing supporting, analyzing and documenting flight test activities
(e) Support to problem report resolution, including interaction with the pilot community
(f) Validation and verification work and associated documentation
(g) Support to tools, methods and analysis environment development
(h) Analysis of identified failure cases and support to associated HQRM analysis and test activities
(i) Support to integration activities with other areas of organization including flight control systems, aeroelastics, loads
(j) Preparation of documentation to support certification and, if requested, coordination with authorities (JCAB, EASA, FAA)
• All tasks required to perform above activities are considered within work scope; initiating/reviewing related documents, technical calculation, interface discussion with the team members and all the other stakeholders including systems, structures, manufacturing, customer support, and partners
• Education and mentoring of the company members about professional knowledge of control laws design and flight controls system is required on an on-going basis
• Provide expertise to assist in resolving control laws issues identified during any desktop analysis, piloted simulation, rig testing or flight testing
• Further support to aerodynamic simulation model and tools development, aerodynamic identification activities may be added to the work scope, as required
• Further support to auto-land and auto-pilot systems may be added to the work scope, as required
Date posted: 2019 Jan 08