Volt Information Sciences In-Service Engineer - Aerospace/Landing Gear in Brampton, Ontario
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We are currently looking to hire an In-Service Engineer (Aerospace/Landing Gear) for one of our clients located in Oakville, ON. This an approx. 14 months contract. The successful candidate must be able to travel on short notice and be able to work off hours (24/7) on a rotating basis 1-2 weeks/ month.
Role Title: In-Service Engineer (Aerospace/Landing Gear)
Start: December 5th, 2016
End: February 2nd, 2018 (14 month contract)
Reporting to the Senior Project Lead, as the In-Service Engineer, you will be responsible for support of our proprietary landing gear structure and systems components on live aircraft in a dynamic environment. You will provide repair designs and engineering instructions to address in-service issues both for equipment "on-wing" and "off-wing" in order to return those components to an airworthy state and allow a rapid return to service of regional and long range aircraft.
Provide in-service engineering support to MRO shops (GRE repairs).
Provide technical support for on wing repairs (ISQ/SCR support).
Provide engineering and technical support for customer interface activities (TSC & CWG meetings).
Provide engineering support to Product Support, including development of technical manuals & tasks
Coordinate in-service communications between the Company, Customer and airline technical teams
Coordinate engineering support activities with design engineering, program management, Quality & production as required, to resolve in-service issues and manage fleet impacts.
Resolve day-to-day in-service problems.
Support product improvements through participation in change development activity.
Provide on-site support to resolve "in-service" issues at the flight test aircraft as/if required.
Lead / participate in investigations for warranty components removed from in-service aircraft.
Perform engineering investigations into components that were damaged or failed in-service and participate in Root Cause and Corrective Action investigations.
Liaise with design engineering group to provide in-service engineering perspectives for proposed design changes.
Manage in-service problem resolution from initial problem report to change incorporation in the fleet.
Provide off hours (24/7) engineering support on a rotating basis for all landing gear proprietary programs
Follow good Engineering practices and analysis methodology
Perform other duties as assigned
Willingness to travel on short notice
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering
3+ years' related experience in an aerospace engineering environment. Associated MRB experience is desirable.
Aircraft in-service support experience (engineering function) preferred.
Landing gear & related systems experience for support of various aircraft types in-service preferred.
Strong verbal communication and facilitation skills in a team environment.
Demonstrated understanding of computing tools and programs including the use of Microsoft Office.
Strong understanding of materials and manufacturing processes.
Good knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
Demonstrated ability to work with a PDM system.