Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Wingcopter – Head of Flight Testing (m/f/d)

Do you want to shape the future of aviation? Do you share our vision of saving and improving lives through technology with a purpose? Then join our ambitious team of young talents and experienced professionals! We at Wingcopter design innovative, high-performance drones that are operated all over the world in commercial and humanitarian operations.

Our drone technology saves and improves lives every day.

Currently, we are looking for a Head of Flight Testing (m/f/d) to join our Team.

What You’ll Do:

You will build up and lead a team of young and motivated engineers
You prepare test schedules and datasheets for product improvement and modification
You manage testing and validation projects and timelines, equipment and staff logistics
You support the certification of the UAS by planning validation flights
You are responsible for efficient and safe test flight operations
You keep an overview of crew and equipment resources in the frame of project timelines
You will work closely with our certification and engineering department

What You’ll Need:

Master’s Degree in aviation engineering or similar
Leadership experience and self-organization
5+ years of experience in (manned) aviation flight testing (test-cards, evaluations)
Experience with EASA/FAA relevant content or similar
Experience in model flight (multi-rotor and fixed-wing) is a bonus
What you bring as a perfect candidate:
You are a team player.
You have a can-do mentality.
You believe that technology can have a positive impact on society and our future.
What We’ll Offer:
A highly motivated team
The exciting life of a fast-growing tech startup
The opportunity to develop and implement your own ideas
The active promotion of your personal and professional development
The chance to have a positive impact through your work
An extraordinary working environment

 Company Laptop

 Flexible Working Hours

 Working From Home

 Employee Events

 Parking Lot

 Dogs Allowed

 Cafeteria

Apply here