Aircraft Network Security Systems and IMS Specialist - AS414MW

Work location

Komaki, Aichi, Japan

Qualification requirements

• Minimum 5 years experience specific to Aircraft Network security, or 10 years broad engineering experience in other aircraft technical disciplines. Must be familiar with:
• FAA and EASA certification requirements pertinent to Aircraft Network Security
• Environmental and EMI qualification requirements and considerations
• Engineering standards to design and develop aircraft level wiring diagrams
• Aircraft troubleshooting practices during functional tests
• Ability to work with a global team with a variety of cultures and key project stakeholder
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Attention to detail and impeccable follow through

Description

• Ideal candidate should have at least 10 years’ experience on commercial or business aircraft, and be proficient with Aircraft Networking Security to include but not limited to
• Plan for security Aspects of Certification Identify definition and schedule of major milestones
• Coverage analysis of RTCA DO-326A, RTCA DO-356, RTCA DO-355, ARINC-811 and ARINC-664
• Generate Aircraft Security Scope definition (perimeter, security environment)
• Elaborate Equipment Interface Analysis
• Elaborate Aircraft Security Risk Assessment
• Prepare Verification Plan and SOW for System verification
• Generate System security verification and test results and analysis
• Familiar with the Rockwell Collins Proline Fusion platform
• Provides engineering oversight and/or dispositions of Aircraft Networking Security for the Production build
• Contributes to planning, coordinating and executing important engineering activities with team members, other groups within company, and suppliers
• Prepares and reviews necessary documents such as, but not limited to: system level requirements, equipment specifications, source control drawings, electrical interface control documents, wiring diagrams, certification plans, ground and flight test procedures, etc.
• Selects appropriate methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria to resolve complex engineering issues.
• Provides specialized technical assistance to team members.
• Anticipates and resolves complex issues in creative and effective ways, developing standards and guides for diverse engineering activities.
• Is able to balance technical activities with cost and schedule.
• Works under limited supervision; work should only be required to be reviewed for accuracy and consistency with meeting overall objectives.
• Determine cert basis, including results of Change Impact Analysis, if any
• Determine acceptable means of compliance
• Determine the A/C security perimeter and A/C information assets
• Identify information interfaces and existing security measures
• Define the roles and organizations that interact with the A/C
• Determine the A/C security environment
• Identify and classify the threat sources
• Identify preliminary external agreements (e.g. operator requirements, maintenance requirements)
• Evaluate security risk from intentional unauthorized electronic interaction
• Inform design groups of need for security measures or security guidance
• Identify all threat conditions associated with the A/C assets
• Assess the A/C security architecture and requirements
• Allocate security measures to systems or operator guidance
• Prepare Verification Plans for system security and security effectiveness requirements

Salary

Negotiable, depending on experience

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