EVYAA - Autopilot test engineer (M/F)

  • Company : Airbus
  • Localisation : Toulouse - France - Occitanie
  • Position : EVYAA - Autopilot test engineer
  • Type of Contract : Permanent contract
  • Date of publication : 2019-10-04
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Job Description


Contact :
Please apply on line for this vacancy on line at our careers site (www.airbus.com) with your CV and cover letter attached.
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Description of the job :
Have you ever thought about piloting one of our Airbus commercial Aircraft?

Would you like to learn how the airlines pilot operate the aircraft in real conditions? Or prepare what the flight test crew will perform in flight?

If you feel excited by this mission, this job is for you!

A vacancy for an Autopilot test Engineer has arisen within Airbus (Commercial Aircraft) in Toulouse. You will join the Autopilot testing team which is in charge of developing and verifying systems and aircraft physics on simulators, before flight testing for final validation. This team is responsible of Autopilot integration tests, flights test analysis and lead innovation activities related to the discipline on all Airbus aircraft programs. Our top objective is to deliver higher safety standards, more mature products, innovative solutions, while rethinking our way of working.

Have you ever thought about piloting one of our Airbus commercial Aircraft?

Would you like to learn how the airlines pilot operate the aircraft in real conditions? Or prepare what the flight test crew will perform in flight?

If you feel excited by this mission, this job is for you!

Task & accountabilities :
Your main tasks and responsibilities will include:

• Learning the airline operational procedures in order to build fully representative test scenarii
• Testing the system beyond standard procedures in order to demonstrate the robustness and the safety of the system in any conditions
• Being trained on new digital solution and advanced data analytics methods (machine learning, artificial intelligence) since the team is leading some key projects, in this field in order to prepare the next Airbus challenges on autonomous vehicle.

This role will involve some very rare travel for business in Europe and as such you must be able to travel accordingly.




This job requires an awareness of any potential compliance risks and a commitment to act with integrity, as the foundation for the Company's success, reputation and sustainable growth.

By submitting your CV or application you are consenting to Airbus using and storing information about you for monitoring purposes relating to your application or future employment. This information will only be used by Airbus.
Airbus is committed to achieving workforce diversity and creating an inclusive working environment. We welcome all applications irrespective of social and cultural background, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation or religious belief.


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Required skills :
You will have the following skills and experience:

• Educated to degree level (or equivalent) in Engineering or a related discipline.
• Experience in Flight physics or System logics (SAO, Scrade reading) or Tests activities (benches, tools, ...)
• A good knowledge of airline operating procedures and environment is a real added value
• Advanced data analytics method (machine learning, artificial intelligence) is also a key asset
• Good communication skills and a pro-active, approach to drive innovation
• Ability to work to strict timescales as part of an integrated, multidisciplined team
• Assertiveness
• Advanced level of English and French.

  • Start date : nc.
  • Term : nc.
  • Experience Required : 5 to 10 years
  • Salary : nc.
  • References : NB_10447753
  • Activity area : Aerospace Engineering

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