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Location:PW102: Middletown Aircraft Rd P.O. Box 611, Middletown, CT, 06457 USA
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Product Safety Certification validation is looking for a motivated, high energy Assembly Engineer, located in Middletown, CT, to manage multiple engine programs within the Assembly and Test Engineering Organization.
Possess a sufficient depth and diversity of skills in validation programs, assembly and instrumentation techniques in jet engine development, industrial relations, and overall leadership skills to manage multiple engine builds under his/her span of control in a high paced environment.
Ensure assembly operations readiness and flawless execution of test vehicle Plan, builds, teardowns, and inspections. He/she will interface with Component Integrated Product Teams and Systems Engineers to ensure assembly requirements are being met on time and within budget, interface with assembly support groups or DO group (Assembly Operation, Process Engineering, Tooling Services, Magic Shop, Clean Line, and Inspection), and lead assembly process improvement teams.
Focal point within Assembly Operations for all assigned programs.
Current Assembly Engineers activity includes Next Generation Product Family of engines for the BA, MITAC, Neo, Embraer, and Irkut programs as well as advanced engine programs, operational commercial engine programs, and operational military engine programs.
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical, Electrical engineering or equivalent experience and 5+ years of prior relevant experience OR
Advanced Degree in a related field and 3+ years of prior relevant experience.
3+ years of experience in leading validation engine projects and in providing guidance to others.
US Person Status required due to government contract.
Strong communication skills.
Proven ability in leading major validation projects, in leading process improvement projects, and in providing guidance to others.
Proficient in the use of continuing improvement tools (ACE/CORE) to drive process improvements leading to increased customer satisfaction.
Familiarity with PC based system.
Team center experience.
ACE Associate Certification and/or working towards certification.
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