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Reliability & Maintenance Lead – Hawk position at BAE Systems in RAF Valley, UK

Started by Evelyn Mayers Jul 11. 0 Replies

Reliability & Maintenance Lead – Hawk Within this highly technical problem solving role, you will be managing a team of 3, based at RAF Valley. This role is multi-faceted so will appeal to…Continue

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Continuing Airworthiness (CAO) Regulatory Compliance Lead – Hawk job at BAE Systems in Isle of Anglesey, Wales, UK

Started by Evelyn Mayers Apr 11. 0 Replies

 Would you like to lead the delivery and maintenance of Continuing Airworthiness and Regulatory Compliance reporting on HAWK TMk1 & T2 aircraft? We currently have a vacancy for a Continuing…Continue

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Come join BAE Systems team as a Senior Engineer, Common Infrastructure Product in Ash Vale, UK

Started by Evelyn Mayers Jul 14, 2015. 0 Replies

Interested in designing and developing solutions to be used for Common Combat Systems (CCS) infrastructure? We are currently looking for a Senior Engineer experienced in the computer infrastructure…Continue

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BAE Systems is recruiting a Senior Engineer – Submarine Combat System Infrastructure in Ash Vale, UK

Started by Evelyn Mayers Jul 14, 2015. 0 Replies

Would you like to be responsible for supporting qualification testing and acceptance of the Common Infrastructure on which Royal Navy Submarine Combat Systems are built? An opportunity has arisen for…Continue

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Comment by João Lopes on March 11, 2010 at 4:50am
Hello, what exactly do you mean by Installation Drawings? Is it assembly drawings? Electric instalattion? 2D drawings to aid assembly workers? What are DFM drawings? For composite drawings you need to model them in the Composite Design module of CATIA V5. As regard as Airbus procedures, if you work in a company owned by Airbus or if you work as a supplier for Airbus then they will provide you with their own procedures for modelling so that when they receive your models they comply with Airbus requirements. I've posted more questions than answers...sorry. Regards, Joao
Comment by pavankumar on March 4, 2010 at 11:35pm
Dear Joao Lopes, thanks for your immediate reply. Actually i want to know how to create installation Drawings, DFM Drawings, composite drawings(lay ups and honey comb) and Airbus procedures and methodolgy of Aerospace wing
Comment by João Lopes on March 4, 2010 at 8:10am
Hello pavankumar,

I can help you with catia v5. Maybe you can help me! We are always learning together. What specific help do you need?
Comment by pavankumar on March 4, 2010 at 7:53am
Dear all,
I want to start a career as a design engineer in aerospace technology using catia v5 tool. can any body help
Comment by Mohsen Malayjerdi on December 11, 2009 at 3:37am
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