Airbus

Systems Installation Industrialisation Engineer - Internship

Description of the job

Star date: 2nd July 2018

Duration: 12 Months

Our Internships give a unique insight into potential career paths within Airbus Group. They are designed so that you can put your theoretical knowledge into practice and gain crucial industry experience. The skills and knowledge you gain will improve your chances of a future role within the Airbus Group and should benefit your future studies.

The Aircraft Wing Systems Installation Industrialisation team have an established industrial base at Broughton for Wing Systems Installation and Testing projects across all aircraft programmes. We cover systems projects for manufacturing for the various wing systems in way of fuel, pneumatics, hydraulics, electrics and testing.

We are currently investigating the use of new technologies for the mid-term to support the system assembly processes in way of adopting new IT technology IWO mixed reality application, 3D printing, and modular manufacturing techniques, all to improve the wing build process. In the short term we have a number of cost and cycle time improvement projects on-going that will aid improved manufacturing and assembly techniques for electrics, hydraulics and fuel assembly and testing.

We have responsibility for all Systems Installation manufacturing processes and procedures including documentation that is used in wing manufacturing i.e. equipment, tooling, and calibration and maintenance instructions. We have responsibility in contributing to future development programmes and development of new technology associated with Systems Installation and assembly techniques.

Tasks

The Intern will work alongside our team in assisting the development and progress of our projects. This will provide an experience and insight into wing engineering, project management, wing manufacturing and systems installation and test of the various aircraft systems used on Airbus aircraft.

Skills

You must be an undergraduate studying towards a degree in Aerospace, Manufacturing Systems or Manufacturing Engineering.

  • Good IT skills (MS Office)
  • Good written, verbal, negotiating and communication skills
  • Able to work on your own initiative
  • Project Management experience would be beneficial but is not essential
  • Some knowledge of CAD/CAM and Prototyping would be an advantage

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