REGENT is seeking an entry or mid-level systems engineer to help with the development of REGENT’s seagliders. At REGENT, we are building the Seaglider: an all-electric, wing-in-ground effect craft that will carry commercial passengers between coastal cities. You will be working on the cutting edge of novel aerospace vehicle development and certification.
You will work under the Director of Systems, Safety, and Certification to address all aspects of the craft’s lifecycle, starting with authoring craft-level and system-level requirements for prototype and production craft, utilizing inputs from internal and external requirements, standards, and regulations. This will include evaluating system failure modes, reliability, and overall safety as part of completing system safety assessments. You will document verification/validation methods, conduct tests, and write test plans, procedures, and reports.
Seaglider development involves following US Coast Guard and FAA vehicle development and certification processes. You will also assist with system architecture, interface definitions, hardware and software specifications, and human factors for systems with high levels of automation. You will develop or update standard company practices and tools for systems development. You will be part of a small, multidisciplinary team at REGET, but must be capable of working independently on assigned tasks.
This is a full-time position, but temporary part-time accommodations may be made for applicants finishing up degree coursework.
This is a full time position. US citizen or work permit required
REGENT Craft is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.