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Repair Development Engineer at Pratt & Whitney

Posted in Management 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: East Hartford, Connecticut

Job Description:

Businesses Pratt & Whitney Job ID 62326BR Date posted 03/05/2018 City East Hartford State Connecticut Country US

Job description:

This is a Repair Design Engineer (RDE) position is with the Cases & Composites Group within the Global Services Engineering (GSE) Commercial repair group. The RDE is responsible for the development of repairs for commercial gas turbine engine parts, and including development of the repair concept, writing of the repair, obtaining internal approvals, obtaining FAA regulatory approval, and coordination with the end user.

  • Lead a multi-discipline team to establish repair design requirements and ensure repairs are safe, durable, and meet the quality requirements of the OEM parts.

  • Research operating environments and functionality of components, their interactions with mating parts, and develop strategies which will return damaged parts back to service.

  • Create technical documents that provide engineering requirements for repairs.

  • Interface with commercial product line management (PLM) to secure priorities and understand programmatic issues.

  • Support the Customer in the resolution of field supportability issues.

  • Ensure repair tasks are completed to schedule and on budget.

    Experience requirements:

    3-10+ years of mechanical design experience.

    1+ year of 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 requirements:

    BS in Mechanical, Aerospace or Materials Engineering or equivalent


    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.