GKN Aerospace Engine Control Systems Engineer in Sweden

Engine Control Systems Engineer

  • Country:


  • Work Location:


  • State:

Not Specified

  • Function:


  • Advertising End Date:

09 Jun 2017

  • Employee Type:


  • Back to results

  • Login to add to my vacancies list

  • Send this vacancy to a friend

Role Purpose

Propulsion Engineering is all about propulsion systems, both flying and land based. We are situated in Trollhättan and our main objective is to support and develop RM12 – the propulsion system of the JAS 39 Gripen fighter.

As an engine control systems engineer you will work with and contribute to continuous flight safety within the following areas:

Analysis, evaluation and prediction of engine control system.

Development and support of engine control and monitoring systems.

Technical support and recommendations regarding handling or function of the engine.

Today the department Propulsion Engineering consists of people with extensive experience in RM12, from product development to product support. The department organizes two Centers of Excellence (CoE) and CoE Control System needs to expand due to work load and future challenges.

Key Responsibilities

We are looking for a person with a passionate interest in aviation with focus on electronic control systems, embedded software, dynamic simulation and integration with aircraft. You are a curious team player who takes a system engineering perspective and enjoys working in with a complete engine system with focus on control and monitoring functions.

There will be a range of work supporting in following areas:

  • Product support (fault investigation, problem solving, investigating events from flight operations, etc).

  • Product development; upgrades of the software and new functionality of the RM12 and its control system.

  • Demonstrator/technology development within the area of control systems engineering.

Qualifications / Experience / Skills

  • Bachelor or Masters Degree within the field of Engineering

  • Fluent in Swedish and English (spoken and written)

  • Excellent co-operating, team-working and networking skills

  • As a person, you have a genuine interest in aviation and aerospace propulsion and can combine practical and theoretical knowledge. You have the ability to understand the practical application of the hardware as well as the analytical approach to design, failure modes, design intent etc.

For more information please contact:

Anna Lind

Manager Propulsion Engineering


0520 292469

Last application date: 2017-05-31