Website Agile Workplace Staffing

Title:Electrical Engineer


Job description 

Are you dedicated and looking for a role that recognizes and values you? Let’s connect! 

Are you a flexible, hardworking self-starter with an eye for every detail? We have terrific opportunities for motivated and focused employees to come to make us better! 

From supporting the Continuous Improvement program to performing manual, machine, and/or fixture assembly work, you’ll assemble, inspect and package products for the customers while meeting quality, costs, safety, and delivery requirements. 

If you are an enthusiastic, can-do team player looking for a role that has a direct and lasting impact on the company’s success, check out the requirements below. 

What You Bring to The Table   

Communicator – Courteous, respectful and can clearly communicate to internal and external team members   

Detail-driven – Meticulous, punctual, conscientious, and observant of the intricate details that make a substantial difference   

Enthusiastic – High energy, focused and driven to provide the absolute best service giving 100% every day   

Multitasker – Ability to quickly shift gears from one task to another, prioritize and have good on-the-spot decision-making.   

Independent – Ability to work independently with little to no supervision while meeting/exceeding established quality standards   

Professional – Neat, professional appearance and demeanor  


  • Create system schematics, system descriptions, interface documents, wiring diagrams, certification plans, issue papers, functional test requirements, flight test plans, flight test reports, and design compliance reports for new and/or upgraded aircraft systems. 

  • Review hardware installation drawings, qualification test data and reports. 

  • Champion and/or Support change management through research, concepts, design reviews, trade studies, impact analysis, and implementation. 

  • Find/Show compliance to 14CFR Part 25, Transport Canada, and EASA aircraft requirements. 

  • Research specifications for components selections.   Work with suppliers and internal customers to assist with production and/or flight test personnel, investigating, troubleshooting, and resolution of build and test issues. 

  • Provide extensive coordination with suppliers and internal support groups 

  • Work in a team environment 


  • You will hold a Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering or equivalent. 

  • You will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in electrical/avionics system design or related field. 

  • You will have a working knowledge of the FAA system safety process. 

  • You will have a working knowledge of applicable regulatory certification rules (FAA, EASA, TCCA). 

  • You will be proficient with MS Office (MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Access) 

  • You have a working knowledge of electrical, avionics, and wire harness design guidelines for CFR Part 25 aircraft is preferred. 

  • You must be a self-starter, able to decompose moderately complex projects into individual tasks and processes.  

  • You must exhibit excellent written and interpersonal communication skills. 

  • You should be an organized individual, able to work effectively with a variety of cross-functional individuals, departments and organizations with a general good attitude and disposition.  


We are Committed to Your Success    

We are committed to your success. We offer a competitive package, dynamic work environment, collaborative team, and space to learn, grow and thrive. If you are a hardworking, driven professional looking for your next team, let’s start a conversation. Apply today.    

We are committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration regarding race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or disabilities. 

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