UAV Systems Integration Engineer

Engineering and R & D · Vaughan, Ontario
Department Engineering and R & D
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Experienced

Company Profile

"Reimagining the Way You Deliver®". Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) is a publicly traded, disruptive, pioneering, technology company focused on designing, developing and implementing commercially viable, drone-based logistics systems for government, commercial, industrial & retail customers globally. The Company’s patented, fully-integrated hardware/software platform is used as a managed service in a SaaS business model. Drone Delivery Canada is commercialized, operational and early-stage revenue-generating, with a robust sales funnel of global prospects.

 

Our people are at the heart of the innovation process and joining us means you can build a career in a way no other company can duplicate! We are seeking entrepreneurial, smart, team-oriented people who have purpose and are committed to helping our team bring leading drone technology to businesses globally.

 

TSX.V: FLT; OTC QB: TAKOF; Frankfurt: ABB.F

www.DroneDeliveryCanada.com


DDC is looking for a person like you to fill the UAV Systems Integration Engineer role. You will make a difference to DDC and the Engineering team as you navigate the following duties and responsibilities:

 

The UAV Systems Integration Engineer will be responsible for integrating software & related technology to ensure proper operation of all components of the UAV solution.

 

  • Drive the development and integration of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), products and services
  • Participate in the analysis, development and design phases of the solution
  • Support the integration and deployment of all aspects of the solution
  • Ensures system validation and testing through the use of predictive validation methodologies in concept, design and product validation stages in a lab environment
  • Responsible for driving product quality through process including producing, and preparing technical documentation, management briefings / log reports
  • Provide technical systems expertise
  • Testing systems and debugging/resolving technical issues.
  • Supervise SI Interns
  • May actively participate in Field Operations to evaluate technologies for the applicability for specific use cases (10%)
  • Perform other duties as assigned

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • University degree in aerospace, computer, electrical, mechanical or mechatronics engineering or computer science
  • At least 2 years of professional experience in an engineering or related position
  • Hands-on experience with electronics, embedded systems, autopilots, or robotics
  • Experience integrating, configuring and tuning autopilots, sensors and / or other avionics systems
  • Working knowledge of programming languages such as Python, C++ and C#

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in circuit design, analysis and/or manufacturing
  • Working knowledge of communication protocols, signal processing, radio frequency (RF), and / or electromagnetic interference (EMI).
  • Experience using computer aided design (CAD) software
  • Experience in safety critical system design and analysis techniques such as Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA)
  • Knowledge & understanding of common UAV configurations such as multirotors and conventional helicopters

  

Behavioural Competencies and Personal Attributes

  • Able to identify, break down and solve a variety of difficult technical tasks
  • Results oriented and able to complete tasks on deadline with minimal supervision
  • Disciplined, well organised and detailed in documentation
  • Strong organizational skills, including an ability to prioritize activities and work with limited supervision
  • Ability to make good decisions using sound, professional judgment
  • Strong commitment to safety
  • Ability to analyze data and produce actionable conclusions
  • Hands-on experience with electronics, embedded systems, autopilots, or robotics
  • Results oriented and able to complete tasks on deadlines
  • Integrity, Empathy and commitment to excellence
  • High attention to detail and organisational skills
  • Exemplary communication skills, verbal and written

 

Hours of Work, Work Environment and Potential Travel

  • Full Time
  • 37.5 hours per week and some overtime occasionally
  • Valid Class-G driver’s license in good standing and regular access to a personal vehicle required
  • Outdoor work, exposure to cold, heat or other weather elements


Diversity & Inclusion

DDC is committed to the creation of an exceptional work environment wherein we maintain values of mutual respect, integrity, dignity, and inclusivity; and encourage the open exchange of ideas and opinions. We are an equal opportunity employer that evaluates applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other characteristics protected by law.

 

If you require a specific accommodation because of a disability or a medical need, please inform the recruiter. This ensures that the appropriate accommodations are in place at time of your interview and before you begin your employment.

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  • Location
    Vaughan, Ontario
  • Department
    Engineering and R & D
  • Employment Type
    Full-Time
  • Minimum Experience
    Experienced