Senior Staff Liaison Engineer
Posted on 3/22/2024
Wisk

501-1,000 employees

Urban air-mobility company
Company Overview
Wisk’s mission is to provide safe everyday flight for everyone through their aircrafts and services which are centered around the highest aviation safety standards. The company has built an industry-leading autonomy platform on proven aviation systems with autopilot, precision navigation, and data links augmented with Wisk’s proprietary and decision-making logic software.
Hardware
AI & Machine Learning

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

$450M

Founded

2019

Headquarters

Mountain View, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

9%

1 year growth

27%

2 year growth

88%
Locations
Mountain View, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
CAD
CategoriesNew
Avionics
Materials & Structures
Research & Development
Aerospace Engineering
Requirements
  • Bachelor degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM Degree) and a minimum of 10 years of relevant professional or Military experience or a MS degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM Degree) and 8 years of relevant Professional / Military experience.
  • Knowledge of the MRB process / experience with the MRB process
  • Experience with Siemens NX, Catia, or other CAD programs
  • Experience working with PLM and MES systems
  • Proficient with a wide variety of electronic and mechanical technologies, including assembly and joining processes
  • Proficient and safe use of hand and shop tools
  • Proficient with drafting standards/GD&T
  • Engaged with the FAA or an associated delegate in a Liaison, MRB or Sustainment capacity
Responsibilities
  • Resolve complex engineering problems related to the build of the aircraft
  • Review defects and establish root cause
  • Review Engineering documentation (drawings, test procedures, and discrepancy tags) to enable technicians to understand the documents and continue working
  • Review, develop, and implement revised/new processes
  • Provide an acceptable disposition of non-conformance of commercial mechanical systems encountered during Manufacturing/Assembly process and production, including reporting of failures, malfunctions, and defects
  • Document how to resolve the discrepancy using engineering principles
  • Assist in determining if defects are Engineering related or workmanship issues
  • Documents defect findings
  • Ensures that the proposed disposition is equivalent to the Blueprint design or will not affect systems functionality
  • Provide feedback, guidance and support to Hardware Engineering in regards to repeat engineering issues or component failures
  • Incorporate design changes using Siemens NX