Tasks may include, but are not limited to, fuel system concept development, generating technical proposals, hardware and software system development, system testing and evaluation, and writing engineering test procedures and reports. As required, the Fuel System Engineer will write statements of work for subcontracted work in support of design, development, and qualification efforts. They will help specify subsystem and subassembly requirements in addition to ensuring their fulfillment of design and qualification requirements. They will also provide inputs for technical manuals, cost estimates, production acceptance test requirements, and production procedures. The engineer should have or be capable of acquiring working knowledge of FAR and MIL-Spec requirements for and Reliability, Maintainability and System Safety analysis of aviation fuel systems. The Fuel System Engineer will provide technical support during customer and vendor negotiations, briefings, design reviews, and demonstrations. The Fuel System Engineer is responsible for technical presentations to company personnel, customers, and vendors.Join Aerotek, one of the leading providers of engineering and engineering support professionals in North America. Due to our growth, we''re constantly on the lookout for qualified professionals to place in contract, contract-to-hire, and permanent placement positions across a number of different industries. We know it''s more than just your day-to-day responsibilities that can make or break a job. It''s the support you get. That''s the reason Aerotek offers a variety of benefits including medical, dental, optical, 401k, and many more. Don''t put your career in the hands of just anyone, put it in the hands of a specialist. Join the Aerotek team! Allegis Group and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers and will consider all applications without regard to race, marital status, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.