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Old 08-07-2019, 11:49 AM
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Post Garmin TeamX Job Openings, Aug. 2019

Are you looking to turn your passion for aviation into more than a hobby? Garmin’s TeamX is looking to hire aviation enthusiasts who want to shape the future of aviation. Consider joining our team in one of the following roles!

Project Manager
TeamX is looking for a pilot with a passion for aviation. At its core, TeamX is dedicated to providing world-class avionics that improve the safety and joy of our customers’ flights. This role has the opportunity to perform varied functions in support of TeamX’s strategic mission ranging from formal project management to systems engineering to customer support liaison. Recent opportunities with certification into the low-end of Part 23 aviation have opened doors with numerous OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers), yet the team remains committed to its primary market – serving E/AB (Experimental/Amateur Built) and LSA (Light-Sport Aircraft) – which means that the team is creating new processes that enable growth in both markets. This position will require a strong attention to detail as the team works intimately with customers, whether through G3Xpert, OEMs, or interfacing with internal Garmin teams. In the coming years, TeamX will continue to push the limits of avionics technology focusing on safety and advanced user features.

Software Engineer
TeamX is looking for a mid/high-level developer seeking a fast-paced, aviation centric position. At its core, TeamX is dedicated to providing world-class avionics that improve the safety and joy of our customers’ flights. Recent opportunities with certification into the low-end of Part 23 aviation have opened doors with numerous OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers), yet the team remains committed to its primary market – serving E/AB (Experimental/Amateur Built) and LSA (Light-Sport Aircraft) – which means that the team will need to build a sustainable foundation that provides robust software while allowing for dynamic, cutting-edge feature creation. This role will contribute to TeamX’s endeavors to offer a flexible ecosystem with unparalleled customer interaction and safety.

Click on the job title links above to read the full job postings and apply online.

Thanks,
Steve
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Old 08-08-2019, 05:02 PM
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That software engineering gig looks like a TON of fun actually--and the other one looks great too! Too bad I live in Wisconsin. Always a bridesmaid...
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Old 08-09-2019, 10:00 AM
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The Project Manager position looks like a lot of fun. Wonder the starting pay and if there is relo?
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There would almost have to be some sort of relocation package, if they expect to get someone who is uniquely talented for the job. As far as pay goes, it probably varies widely by someone's experience level...and credentials. I've seen similar jobs where the range was like "$70k - $250k". Yeah, they were casting a pretty broad net there.

But working for Garmin on their aviation-related products would be an INCREDIBLE experience, I'm sure.

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