Repair Design Lead - Cases & Composites at Pratt & Whitney
Posted in Management 30+ days ago.
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Location: East Hartford, Connecticut
Businesses Pratt & Whitney Job ID 62223BR Date posted 03/05/2018 City East Hartford State Connecticut Country US
Coach and Mentor the Repair Design Engineers in the Cases & Composites Group by: Creating a Proficiency plan for each Repair Design Engineer, and reviewing the proficiency portfolios of each Repair Design Engineer Working with the Repair Design Manager to ensure task assignment promotes proficiency development Performing Discipline Reviews of tasks, and providing constructive feedback to the Repair Design Engineer Execute business critical tasks, and Fleet Leader tasks to serve as examples for emerging technologies. Updated Repair Method Work Instructions and Repair templates within Engineering Standard Work to incorporate current best practices, and update other documents to support the Design Discipline chiefs Engineering Standard Work continuous improvement efforts. Create and Deliver focused training to support proficiency development and noted Quality Control Process Clinic opportunities. Provide design input to technology programs aligned with the Sector Continue to develop an improved personal understanding of the technologies, engine systems, business systems, regulations and business needs of the sector. Foster an environment of creative technical ownership within the collaborative community of Global Services Engineering.|
Qualification: Minimum 10 years of mechanical design experience. 1+ year experience in the use of Unigraphics/NX or similar CAD application is required. Exposure to cost and schedule management or team leadership is a plus. Experience with manufacturing processes such as machining, plating, plasma spray, welding, brazing or composite fabrication is also a plus.
Education: BS in Mechanical, Aerospace or Materials Engineering or equivalent
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