Senior Project Engineer

Radiant Power Corporation

Tampa, FL

For more than 50 years, HEICO Corporation, a NYSE traded company, has thrived by serving niche segments of the aviation, defense, space and electronics industries by providing innovative and cost-saving products and services. HEICO's high-energy culture focuses our Team Members' on providing high quality products and services to our customer base, which is made up of most of the world's airlines and the defense industry. Our leadership approach creates a dynamic environment that continually challenges our Team Members to perform their best. Forbes Magazine recently ranked HEICO as one of the 200 "Best Small Companies" and 200 "Hot Shot Stocks". HEICO is currently recruiting a Senior Project Engineer for its Seal Dynamics Business Unit, located in Tampa, FL.


  • Analyze existing commercial aircraft components in order to reverse engineer them and develop equivalent parts with improved performance and cost savings
  • Use inspection equipment such as an optical comparator, coordinate measuring machine (CMM), optical equipment, pin gages, calipers, micrometers, etc. in the analysis and reverse engineering of aircraft parts
  • Demonstrated proficiency in design specification definition and interpretation, dimensional tolerance analysis and have an understanding of material properties for the purpose of reverse engineering commercial aircraft components
  • Demonstrated proficiency in developing models and drawings and an understanding of GD&T
  • Develop documentation to support the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulatory process
  • Possess a basic understanding of material processes and characteristics
  • Act as liaison with our manufacturing sources for products designed by Seal Dynamics
  • Manage and participate in all aspects of reverse engineering a product, develop FAA certification documentation and provide manufacturing and product support
  • Support Seal Dynamics' customers with technical and on-site support
  • This position may require 5-15% travel to visit airline engineering departments, overhaul facilities and the Federal Aviation Administration offices