StandardAero Service Engineers support our organization’s ability to maintain, repair and overhaul gas turbine engines used in flight applications. A Service Engineer’s role is to focus on engine and module assembly and disassembly along with associated special processes required as part of the engine overhaul process. This includes conveying technical workscope information from the customer to the shop technicians, and developing required process documentation. Service engineers are responsible for ensuring that the engine workscope meets customer expectations for reliability, performance and configuration. Service Engineers are responsible for driving continuous improvement events in their areas to improve shop efficiency, safety, and quality. Within all these tasks, Service Engineers help ensure our compliance to relevant airworthiness and customer contractual requirements.
• Review customer required technical and contractual data and develop and communicate engine workscope direction to the shop floor.
• Ensure correct engine configuration, and that required service bulletins & airworthiness directives are performed.
• Generates engine condition reports for presentation to customers, and assists other aspects of estimating & invoicing.
• Generates First Article Inspection Reports to ensure that newly introduced product conform to the required standards.
• Participates in component Material Review Boards (MRB) and evaluates nonconforming material for possible repair options to return to service.
• Generates and maintains Shop Orders, Work Instructions, Temporary Overhaul Data Revisions, and other Documents used to convey process instructions to the shop technicians.
• Responsible for observing all applicable safety requirements and reporting immediately any unsafe practices/conditions.
• Carries out special projects as assigned.
• Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or equivalent from an ABET accredited engineering curriculum
• Experience in an aerospace or manufacturing environment is preferred
• Working knowledge of computer software systems
• Working knowledge of gas turbine engine theory
• Knowledge and experience in the following is preferred:
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis,
Measurement Systems Analysis,
Familiarity with US Government or Commercial Maintenance Manuals.
• Experience participating in accident investigation
• Good project planning and organizational skills and an ability to accomplish projects on schedule with limited supervision
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills and an ability to clearly convey technical instructions both orally and in writing
• Must be authorized to work in the US.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.