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Boeing EnCore Interiors: Electrical Design Engineer

Updated: Jul 10

The following information was provided by Boeing EnCore Interiors


Undertakes systems concept, definition, and layout for complete wiring of aircraft interiors as well as supporting grounding and bonding calculations and related certification documentation. Create and or check 2D drawings electrical systems, components, sub-assemblies and assemblies as required. Should possess the motivation to complete projects on time and represent the company’s core values.


Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

  • Apply basic aircraft wiring designs and practices while designing aircraft interior wiring systems

  • Use specifications, customer specifications and engineering drawings while designing aircraft interior wiring systems

  • Produce accurate drawings such as wiring diagrams, wire harnesses, electrical installations and meet drawing release dates

  • Write test plans, reports and analysis such as electrical load analysis, electromagnetic interference test plans and reports and passenger address system substantiations

  • Check drawings and prepare engineering change notices (ECNs) as required to support manufacturing

  • Develop quality designs, evaluating cost, safety, and manufacturing, within the time constraints of a project

  • Prepare drawings, reports and other engineering data required for production, testing and qualification of designed equipment

  • Act as shop liaison during initial production units to solve engineering problems encountered in production and support production personal with manufacturing electrical design

  • Understand and apply aerospace/OEM standard practices in engineering drawings

  • Examine suppliers lead times, cost, and availability for electrical components and parts

  • Apply knowledge of the basic understand of airworthiness requirements for passenger aircraft interiors

  • Apply knowledge of basics understanding of electrical engineering, especially power systems



  • A High School Diploma is required.

  • A four-year college (Bachelor’s degree) is required; a (Master’s degree) is desired


  • Level I: 0-2 years of engineering experience

  • Level Il: 2-5 years of engineering experience

  • Level IIl: 5+ years of experience with at least 1 year leading or mentoring the work of assigned employees.


  • Extended or irregular hours may be required.

  • Must be authorized to work in the United States. For positions at an ITAR facility, must have U.S. Citizenship or hold Permanent Resident status.

  • Boeing EnCore is an “at-will” employer; employment is at the mutual consent of both the employee and the employer, and may be terminated at will for any reason, with or without cause, at any time during employment with the Company.

  • As business conditions warrant a change in the operating necessities of the Company, all employees are expected to react productively, handle other essential tasks assigned now or in the future.

  • Tasks may vary slightly based on products produced at a division.


  • Level I: Direction with necessary guidance is provided in terms of tasks and objectives and measured based upon how well objectives have been met. Receives detailed instructions as needed.

  • Level II: Direction is provided in terms of tasks and objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion on how well objectives have been met. Will autonomously work on routine assembly or designs with frequent status updates with supervisor. Will be provided with additional guidance on more complex or non-routine assemblies.

  • Level III: Direction is provided in terms of tasks and objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion on how well objectives have been met. Will work autonomously on any assembly or design with only occasional status updates with supervisor.

  • None for Entry and Intermediate levels. Senior level may oversee the work of others.

  • Level I: Uses judgment to make innovative decisions that comply with instructions or pre-determined processes, methods, and/or practices.

  • Level II: Uses judgment to plan, perform and make decisions on design and processes within the limits of established boundaries and requirements.

  • Level III: Uses considerable judgment to plan and perform complex work. Decisions may involve innovation and ingenuity.

  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in English, both verbally and in writing.

PAY RATE: 64,000 to 120,000; pay commensurate with experience

HOW TO APPLY: Send resume to Interested candidates can learn more and apply here.

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