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The Flight Analytics is a team of passionate individuals who foster innovative analytics for improving aviation safety and efficiency using multiple airline data sources, including DFDR/QAR & operational data. We promote a creative and relaxed environment by placing a high value on ideas and personal growth. The Rotorcraft Data Analyst will grow and maintain our Analytics Libraries by developing algorithms based on data driven decisions.
Develop analytics in support of rotorcraft industry safety and efficiency best practices
Design, test, and maintain data configurations (DFDR/QAR, operational databases, etc.)
Deliver design input for the evolution of the Analytics Platform
Communicate analytic development to internal and external users through presentations and documentation
Train and assist customers in using the Austin Digital software and analytics libraries
Identify and correct flight data quality issues
Serve as internal expert user of the Austin Digital platform for input to the ongoing improvement and development of the software offering
Lead or participate in a mix of short and long term aviation safety or efficiency projects
Work in technical teams in application and deployment of data mining methods
Perform exploratory, and targeted data analyses for Austin Digital analytics libraries and for specific customer projects
Assist in determining technical approaches and methodologies to be used on projects
Ensure proper definition of data needs, evaluation of data quality, and critique appropriate statistical analyses; for critical projects, perform needed analyses
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Applied Statistics, or Computer Science from an accredited college or university
Ability and willingness to travel as required
Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job.
Strong knowledge of or experience with rotorcraft operations
Strong understanding of flight dynamics, avionics, and onboard aerospace systems
Strong math skills, including vector calculus, regression analysis, and statistics
Experience in performing on-demand, exploratory, and targeted data analyses to obtain insights large data sets
Competency in major analytics software packages and programming environments (e.g. Matlab, Python, R, Java etc. in Big data paradigms)
Familiarity with Flight Data recording standards and readout methods
Understanding of binary and other non-decimal numbering systems
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