Electrical Designer II

St-Laurent, Quebec
Job ID:
Dorian Florescu

The Hardware Design department is responsible for providing hardware solutions for all company training devices. Our multidisciplinary team, trained and dedicated to its task, has a vast know-how in many sectors such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronic engineering.

Our main mission is to design, configure and manage the development of cost-effective hardware solutions that meet customer requirements.


  • Be part of a team responsible for the electrical design, conditioning and electrical systems support of the flight simulator cockpit.
  • Participate in the analysis of drawings, specifications and requirements for both internal and external customers.
  • Assist in defining the hardware configuration of the simulator, develop hardware lists, wiring diagrams and schematics of the electrical system needed to stimulate the equipment in a simulation environment.
  • Participate in design activities between the different engineering groups and manufacturing.
  • Define and prepare documentation and technical drawings for simulated instruments and panels
  • Perform revisions of requirements and designs (PDRs, CDRs).
  • Find technical solutions to meet the requirements of the projects.

Your strengths

  • College diploma (DEC) in electrical engineering or equivalent.
  • Minimum of three years of experience in a conceptual environment.
  • Strong knowledge of electrical engineering concepts
  • Strong working knowledge of CAD systems and word processing software and spreadsheets.
  • Good technical writing and communication skills
  • Good knowledge of electrical systems, avionics and power systems.
  • Knowledge of aeronautical instrumentation, analog / digital conversion, serial communication buses such as RS-232/422, USB and ARINC 429, ARINC 600 and Mil-1553 are an asset.
  • Ability to manage priorities in a context of multiple and complex deliveries.
  • Experience with E2A, SEE Electrical, Powerdraft an asset.
  • Bilingualism (French and English) is mandatory