6 months ago
Valve Development/Project Engineer, CIPT
Business Unit UTC Aerospace Systems
Job ID 58990BR Date posted 01/09/City Windsor Locks
Every second a plane takes off with UTC Aerospace Systems equipment onboard. From space exploration and defense to today’s more electric, more intelligent, more integrated aircraft – our systems make modern flight possible. And by “make it possible,” we mean: we start it, power it, control it, ventilate it, quiet it, land it, stop it and monitor it. We have more than 41,000 employees across 150 countries working at the forefront of technological innovation. Thanks to their efforts, our global reach and our market-leading position, we do big things no one else can do.
Feature the high-level contribution this BU/function makes to the company’s goals
Do you want to be a part of a global business, creating innovative solutions for the aerospace industry’s biggest customers? This is the core of what we do in the Electric, Environmental & Engine Systems (ES) business. Our major product lines are on-board virtually every aircraft flying. Be it keeping passengers safe with our emergency power generation systems, or creating a positive in flight experience through reliable cabin pressure controls and quieter engines, ES focuses on delivering a best-in-class experience to our customers. We hire the top people in the industry. Their ideas drive our performance, and their integrity keeps our customers happy. Join us as we take flight!
The Valve CIPT is the component team leader. The CIPT is responsible for the execution of the program and understanding all team resources required to meet all component milestones and product development objectives.
Design Reviews – Responsible for insuring the multifunctional team meets all entrance criteria prior to holding Design Reviews and guarantees the closure of all action items from the reviews. These reviews include:
Design Concept Assessment Review
Component Preliminary Design Review (C2)
Component Final Design Review (C3)
Technology Readiness Level (TRL) – Responsible for guiding the multifunctional team through the evaluation of product’s TRL level and execution of any required TRL plans to attain appropriate TRL per Program requirements.
Component Development Schedule – Responsible for creating, owning and flowing to the team, a detailed MS Project schedule which accurately represents all activities required to ensure all Program and product development milestones are met.
Status to Leadership – Responsible for timely reporting of component team’s progress, challenges and solution strategies to the Program and Business Unit leadership.
Product Requirements – Ensure all requirements necessary to support design activities are included in the Program provided product specification. Manage the product’s compliance assessment against the requirements including the assignment of verification methods and closure of any requirement deviations.
Risk Management – Ensure all component risks are identified and appropriate mitigation plans developed and executed.
Financial Performance – The Valve CIPT is responsible for allocating and managing the component development budget. Financial reporting includes regular reports on the financial status of the component program against the baseline estimate through the use of Performance Index Reports (PIR), generating cost and schedule variance reports and creation of recovery plans.
Certification Program - Ownership of all component certification activities including:
• Authoring of the component’s certification documentation including acceptance test procedure (ATP), Qualification Test Procedure (QTP), Qualification by Similarity or Analysis (QSAR) and Qualification Test Report (QTR).
• Execution of the certification tests including oversight of test setup fabrication, Test Readiness Reviews (TRR), test execution, and post test data reduction and analysis for compliancy to the test plan’s procedure and success criteria.
• Evaluation and documentation of any component performance anomalies.
• Management of other test engineers performing certification tests.
Design Definition - Support Design in the creation of all design definition documents (drawings and reports) and manage the hand-off of design definition to drafting and procurement.
Standard Work – Responsible for loading evidence for all Project and Development standard work activities. Responsible for ensuring all supporting functional areas load evidence and receive approval of their standard work.
Hardware Procurement – Establish the project’s component hardware requirements and ensure appropriate procurement activities are initiated and maintained in order to guarantee all hardware delivery milestones are met.
Entry Into Service (EIS) – The Valve CIPT provides support of any issues that develop after the component enters into service.
* Strong communication skills.
* Strong ownership of and commitment to program and business unit objectives.
* Understanding of mechanical assemblies.
* Understanding of EVMS principles.
* Experience leading multi-disciple team.
* Earned Value (EV) management experience.
* Experience evaluating program risks and developing risk mitigation plans.
* Experience with mechanical assemblies.
* Strong mastery of MS Office products (Word, PowerPoint, Excel).
Education: BS degree in Engineering discipline required.
United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.