5 months ago
Thrust Reversers (Tulsa, OK)
Applies fundamental knowledge of basic principles, theories and concepts and standards related to the design, development, testing, manufacturing, repair and certification of aircraft structures, component parts and related component systems and subsystems for operational aircraft that are consistent with Federal Aviation Administration guidelines.
Essential Functions and Key Responsibilities:
Develops or assists in developing solutions to a variety of routine and standardized engineering or technical problems or assignments following established engineering protocols in the analysis, design and/or repair development of aircraft structures, power plant component parts, mechanical and electrical systems/structures and subsystems for commercial, military, executive, general aviation, or special purpose applications on operational aircraft.
Reviews and interprets engineering proposals and documentation such as drawings, material and product specifications, structural repair manuals (SRMs), component maintenance manuals (CMMs) and illustrated parts lists (IPLs/IPCs) to assist in determining design and/or repair schemes approaches; confers with more experienced engineering personnel to clarify or resolve problems.
Assists in the design and development and/or repair of structural, power plant and other operational and structural components that are used in operating aircraft; this includes producing or assisting in the production of computer aided drawings and engineering reports.
Develops design and/or repair data packages and obtains FAA approvals through internal and external FAA Designated Engineering Representatives (DERs); troubleshoot failure modes, communicate and interact with customer engineering groups and/or internal personnel for design, development and/or cost effective repair schemes and approvals.
Assists in developing analytical programs concerned with ground or flight testing, or development of acoustic, thermodynamic, and propulsion systems; assists in conducting analytical studies on engineering proposals to develop design for products.
Assists in testing models, prototypes, subassemblies, or production items to study and evaluate operational characteristics and effects of stress imposed during actual or simulated operational conditions.
Ancillary Functions and Responsibilities:
Performs other duties as required. These duties may include assignments in job classifications other than the primary assignment.
Formal Education, Training, Professional Certification and Work Experience:
Experience may be substituted for the formal education and training requirements in this section at the discretion of management. Technical Bachelor level degree in Engineering or the sciences or equivalent and zero (0) to three (3) years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Level of Supervision Required:
Closely supervised. Follows specific, detailed instructions as to tasks, methods and results.
Standard Job Requirements:
* Must be able to arrive to work on time and attend regularly
* Must be able to fluently read and write the English language, perform basic mathematical calculations and interpret and comprehend company policies, procedures, safety instructions and other like documents
* Competent in the use of standard software applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel and operate standard office equipment
* Communicate effectively using electronic media and in written and verbal forms
* Good communication skills, tailoring to technical and non-technical audiences
* Make telephone and direct personal contact with internal and external personnel and make formal presentations to small or large groups
Special Training and Behavioral Competencies:
The following training requirements and competencies must be met before acceding to this job.
* Safety training applicable to the job and general work area.
* Complete the required NORDAM University training for all Stakeholders.
* Comply with The NORDAM Group Leadership Competencies for Stakeholders.
* Ability and willingness to assist and transfer technical knowledge to less experienced Stakeholders.
While performing the duties of this job, the Stakeholder is regularly required to sit and talk and hear. The Stakeholder frequently is required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The Stakeholder must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and ability to adjust focus. Must be able to travel between facilities and operate standard office equipment. Work in excess of eight (8) hours per day and five (5) days per week as required. Must be able to ascend and descend stairs.
While performing the duties of this job, the Stakeholder is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Able to work as a team member, highly organized, work well under stress and handle multiple priorities. Must possess interpersonal and communication skills to interact with other people.
Days to be Worked: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Hours: 8AM to 5PM
Functional Group: Engineering and Sciences