Mechanical/Hardware Engineer

Mechanical/Hardware Engineer

Job Duties

Avionica, LLC delivers robust, reliable, and innovative aviation products and services to diverse customers, including airlines, aircraft, engine, and avionics manufacturers, maintenance facilities, regulatory agencies, safety boards and militaries worldwide.  Avionica, LLC in Miami, Florida is seeking a Mechanical/Hardware Engineer to assist in the research, design, and implementation of complex hardware and software solutions for new products, as well as new features to existing projects.

Job responsibilities and duties include:

1. Create detailed 3D models of hardware components.
2. Analyze component designs to ensure mechanical and functional viability.
3. Document and maintain component design data.
4. Generate documentation, as required, to support the design, verification, and/or certification of completed product design including, but not limited to, product design specifications, test specifications and reports, operating manuals and user guides, and RTCA/DO-160 along with other applicable Civil Aviation Airworthiness and industry requirements.
5. Ensure hardware components meet industry codes and regulations
6. Assist with material specification and selection for hardware components.
7. Assist in component testing activities to ensure adequate component mortality rates.
8. Interface with internal and external personnel including, but not limited to customers, FAA and similar governing agencies, component vendor engineering representatives and support personnel, production and quality control/assurance personnel, and external contractors.
9. Specify materials for detail parts based on the structural and environmental requirements
10. Analyze aircraft structural installation designs created by external contractors to ensure the design meets specifications and regulatory codes.
11. Independently or in conjunction with other personnel, participate in the design of electronic circuitry utilized in developing products.
12. Provide corrective action, troubleshooting, and analysis for product performance and end-of-life components.
13. Recommend design approaches for new or improved products and processes.
14. Assist with specification and design of test equipment to be used in the production environment as part of the manufacturing process.

This position has no direct reports and does not supervise any other personnel.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, or any related Engineering or Technical field of study plus at least three (3) months of experience in the job offered or in any related position(s).


Qualified applicants must also have demonstrable proficiency, skill, experience, and knowledge with the following:

1. Experience with programming and/or scripting languages, including: C, C++, Python, BASH, and TCL
2. Experience with OrCAD of similar tool for board schematic and layout
3. Experience with SolidWorks – 3D Modeling, Stress Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Structural Analysis, and FEM
4. Experience with GstarCAD – 2D Wiring Diagrams, Installation Drawings
5. Experience with RTCA DO-160 and Phased Development processes in compliance with AS9100

Domestic/International travel req 10-15% of the time. WFH available.

Additional Information:

Job Site: 9941 West Jessamine Street, Miami, FL 33157
Travel: Domestic/International travel req 10-15% of the time.
• Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship