Cabin Systems/Interiors Design Engineer

Montreal, QC


The Cabin Systems/Interior Design Engineer is responsible for supporting the development and integration of the aircraft subsystems including cargo restraints, seats, panels, monuments and environmental control system. As a Design Engineer at Beta Technologies you will work in a small team environment to rapidly develop new technologies in the evolving world of eVTOL aircraft design. As an open minded and outside-the-box thinker you will perpetually strive to supplement your past industry experience with new knowledge gained every day through research and experimentation as you design next generation battery modules. You will utilize any necessary CAD modeling and analysis tools to ensure your designs are meeting the highest safety standards and exceeding all relevant regulatory requirements. You will be challenged every day and probably have a lot of fun.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Support/Generate CAD/PLM data from conceptual installation layouts (3D) up to detailed component drawings in collaboration 
  • Integrate system routings
  • Develop and build prototypes and run experiments to inform future designs. Work with internal and external fabricators as well as manufacturing teammates 
  • Generate and document interface control drawings/documents (ICD), Bill of Materials (BoM), Drawings
  • Conduct trade studies and provide design feedback to resolve design and integration issues related to weight,  performance, manufacturing, certification, maintenance, etc
  • Follow Review and Change processes, and assist in process improvements
  • Interface and coordinate with various aircraft system teams and external interior suppliers to ensure CAD/PLM data is properly integrated
  • High energy, self-motived, organized and detail-oriented
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, with both internal & external customers
  • Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities):

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering or other Engineering degree with strong Mechanical Design focus from an accredited University.
  • Minimum 3 years experience in hands-on design and integration
  • Mastery of 3D CAD software (Catia preferred) 
  • Good team, communication and leadership skills required. 
  • Experience with composite and metallic structures design

  • Preferred Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities):

  • Experience with Part 23 and/or Part 27 aircraft
  • Extensive experience with interiors components design and integration such as bulkheads, interiors liners (cargo and pax),  interiors monuments, Cargo restraint systems (nets/anchoring), floor panels, cockpit monuments, etc
  • Knowledge / Awareness of interiors components FAA certification process including flammability, environment, mechanical qualification testing
  • Experience generating drawings using GD&T to ASME standards.
  • Self-starter that is well organized, disciplined, team player and well versed in structural analysis