Interior Engineer

Bachelor’s degree in mechanical or aerospace engineering, or another related field

Interior engineers design, develop, and test aircraft components and their installations, including aircraft furniture, composite panels and environmental system air ducts. They create engineering drawing packages using CATIA; coordinate design/development for manufacturability, cost, schedule, and regulatory compliance; write technical descriptions pertinent to design or test requirements; develop solutions to common engineering problems; design and assist with fabrication of prototypes for testing; and assist in test procedures.