Test Facility Manager

Location: Hingham

Mirus Aircraft Seating is looking for a Test Facility Manager.

Mirus Aircraft Seating is a high-performance Business founded in 2015 with a mission to disrupt the aircraft seating industry. We’re committed to delivering the most complete and competitive seating package available by introducing and applying technologies and best practices from the automotive industry, we bring a real and measured innovation into aircraft seating. This pioneering approach was validated through a record-breaking launch contract for >100,000 Hawk economy seats. One of the largest aircraft seating orders ever.

“Our mission is not only to deliver the best aircraft seats in the world but also to ensure the best ownership experience. We are committed to Moving You.”

Due to the great news in regards to our new Dynamic Test Facility, we're now on the lookout for a Test Facility Manager to come and join our team!

You will be responsible for our brand-new 407m² facility, which will be an extension to our current 2,500m² head office site here in Norfolk. It will feature the latest in aircraft testing technology and have the largest capacity currently in the market.

The facility will also feature a state-of-the-art, dynamic test sled, which is a bespoke device used for destructive or non-destructive crash test replication. Designed for high-impact testing of automotive, aerospace, motorsport and rail vehicles, the 30m-long device is the most technologically advanced available.

This is a brand new and unique role for Mirus so the main duties for this role will be agreed upon and released in the near future but what we do know is that you will have a thriving career if you are enthusiastic, ambitious and passionate about innovation as well as motivated by a hardworking and a collaborative environment. In return, we promise to give you the autonomy to cultivate your potential and ensure we celebrate success as a team.

To apply for this role please send your CV to careers@mirus-as.com


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