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Human Machine Interface & System Engineer

Permanent contract Suresnes


FLYING WHALES is an extraordinary industrial adventure.

We design today and we will build and operate tomorrow a fleet of airships, the LCA60T, intended for cargo transport. Capable of loading and unloading up to 60 tons of cargo (wood, wind turbine blades, containers, mobile hospitals, etc.) in hovering flight, with a reduced environmental footprint, this transport system is unprecedented.

At FLYING WHALES, we have a bold vision that brings together more than 140 pioneers and about 40 partner companies. These pioneers of the 21st century, men and women, bring their desire, their passion and their know-how every day to give birth to a new transportation solution, but also to an idea. The idea that societies must be able to continue to create links in order to develop.

This is the mission that FLYING WHALES has set itself: to open up isolated regions in the world while helping to reduce CO2 emissions in the transport sector thanks to a low-carbon aircraft.

Would you like to help us write one of the pages of aeronautics history?  Here is the pioneer we are looking for:



The Human Factor team is recruiting a passionate and motivated Human Machine Interface & System Engineer for a permanent contract. As a specialist, you will work with multidisciplinary engineering teams.

As part of the Human Machine Interface activities, you will assist the team in developing the piloting and crane operator (Load Exchange Officer - LEO) stations of the airship "LCA60T".

Curious to accompany a major industrial project in its emergence and interested in new uses and technical & environmental challenges?

Now is the time to get onboard of the world's largest airship and accompany the development of this incredible flying machine.


  • Maturing the HMI concepts through flow diagrams and scenarios.

  • Capturing needs from stakeholders (i.e., Authorities, Pilots, and Flight Tests engineers).

  • Develop and write specifications and documentation for the HMI.

  • Work on System Description Document (SDD) and Interface control document (ICD).

  • Design & development of the Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) of the cockpit displays and control panel.

  • Safety & reliability analysis support.

  • Identify, organize, and perform the HMI evaluation needed on the simulator.


  • Education: Master’s degree in engineering.

  • Previous experience: 2 to 3 years of experience.


  • Matlab / C+ is a plus

  • VapsXT is a plus

  • Catia 3Dexp is a plus

  • Adobe Creative Suite is a plus


  • Curiosity and creativity

  • Team spirit

  • Organized & autonomous


  • You want to be key for the first airship HMI to ever be certified by an aviation safety agency.



  • Contribution to your success from day 1 with our WHALECOME ONBOARDING and your "Buddy".

  • Conviviality (common activities, internal parties, breakfasts, etc.).

  • Possibility of remote working up to 2 days a week.

  • Gym at the workplace.



  • An interview with Lamia, Recruitment Officer,

  • An interview with Mohand, IPT Leader Crew Operating Environment, the Manager,

  • An interview with Olivier, Head of Logical Architecture Department,

  • An interview with Vincent, Vice-CEO and CTO,


  • Contract: CDI - Permanent contract.

  • Workplace: Suresnes (92) - France.

  • Available position: As soon as possible.

  • Department: Technical Direction

  • Point of contact:

  • Reference: 022-HFE


FLYING WHALES is committed to creating an inclusive workspace where employees are valued for their skills and experiences.

If you are passionate, if you are convinced by the project, if this position seems to be a great opportunity for you, we will be happy to meet you!

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