about 1 year ago
Keyword: Inspector engine parts
Request Number: SCR
Number of positions to fill: 1
Location: St-Hubert (Quebec)
Organisational Unit: 9552-Pw100-150 Main Line
Division: Customer Service
Sector: Service Center
Level required: Stagiaire
Posting Start Date: 2018-03-29
Organization Profile: Pratt & Whitney is a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines powering commercial, regional, and general aviation aircraft and helicopters. With more than 60,000 engines in service in over 200 countries and territories, we are proud to be responsible for powering an aircraft that takes off or lands somewhere in the world every second of every day.
We are known for our culture of innovation and investment in R&D, our commitment to employee career advancement, and for giving our experts an excellent work-life balance. We offer a highly competitive salary, benefits package and rotating work hours in accordance with the terms of the collective agreement in force.
Power your life. Go Beyond with a career at Pratt and Whitney.
General responsibilities of the position: Pratt & Whitney Canada is powered by people like you.
Pratt & Whitney Canada has established a global reputation for dependability and a track record of reliability that no other aircraft engine manufacturer can match. That reputation starts in our state-of-the-art manufacturing centres, where each part is made according to exacting quality standards. As an inspector of engine parts, you will play a front-line role in ensuring that parts meet quality specifications and deliver the dependability that customers expect.
Are you up for the challenge?
The successful candidate will be a perfectionist who believes that every detail matters and refuses to make compromises when it comes to quality. Insisting on absolute compliance with standards, you demand excellence of yourself and inspire it in those around you. You will have the opportunity to work with cutting-edge equipment to validate the work of your colleagues while providing valuable input on areas that need improvement. You relish the challenge of guaranteeing that every single part shipped to customers is flawless and take pride in upholding Pratt & Whitney Canada’s reputation with a keen eye and analytical mind.
Specific responsibilities of position: You will be responsible for inspecting, analyzing, checking and managing engine parts in order to create repair check lists, based on work instructions and manuals.
In particular, you will be attentive in:
• Performing dimensional and visual inspections to determine the conformity of parts
• Setting, adjusting and using precision measuring instruments
• Managing parts and determining whether or not they conform
• Using computer tools such as SAP to perform the operations required for managing parts appropriately
You will play an active role in ensuring that quality standards are recognized and achieved by:
• Verifying that repair processes have been carried out in accordance with technical specifications
• Issuing certificates of airworthiness
• Taking part in training
Qualifications required: • College diploma in aeronautics or an equivalent field
• College diploma in avionics with relevant experience
• Two to five years’ experience in the field of aeronautics
• French and English proficiency (written and verbal)
• Excellent problem-solving capabilities and analytical mindset
• Proficiency in SAP an asset
Although each application is taken into consideration, only selected candidates will be contacted. Before being invited for an interview, candidates must first pass a theoretical and practical test.
Field of studies: Aeronautics
Additional Information: Vacation, benefits, competitive salary, rotating working hours; all in accordance with the terms of the collective agreement in force;
The masculine generic refers to both genders and is used for conciseness purposes only.
P&WC is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any legally-protected factors.