Avionics Systems Engineer

Stans, Nidwalden

Maintenance and Engineering

Full Time



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My client, based in Switzerland, develops and produces the world’s most unique aircraft: from the legendary PC-12, the best-selling single-engine turboprop in its class, to the PC-7 MKX and PC-21 and associated simulators, the market-leading systems for pilot training.

Avionics Systems Engineer
Location: Stans, Switzerland

  • Design, development, and management of avionics systems integration into the Trainer Aircraft
  • Responsibility for aircraft level system developments
  • Compilation and review of test requirements and support to ground/flight testing
  • Preparation and review of system requirement documents and certification engineering reports as well as analysis of in-service problems and definition of solutions
  • Liaising with external suppliers and certification authorities on a technical level
  • Support to the production line and customer support organisations


  • University Degree in electrical or aerospace engineering
  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience designing and developing integrated avionics systems, e.g. electronic displays, navigation, communication and utilities systems, and aircraft electrical power systems
  • Knowledge of FAA/EASA certification requirements
  • Fluency in English (C1) with good communication skills
  • Self-starter with the ability to work under challenging timescales in a dynamic and responsive environment
  • Ability to deal with different stakeholders in a multicultural organization


  • A committed, international team and unique projects
  • Flexible working hours and individual pension solutions
  • Support for training and opportunities for personal and professional development
  • Discounted meals in our staff restaurant and various discounts for employees
  • Team events at which we celebrate our successes together

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