Experience Required: 6-9 Years
Education Required: Bachelor's Degree
Evaluates and resolves general engineering-related problems as they pertain to manufacturing and production. Analyzes engineering specifications, drawings and models for requirements and design intent; confers with quality, design engineering, materials engineering, supply chain and manufacturing to provide and obtain technical information and guidance to manufacturing; investigates reports of defective, damaged or malfunctioning or non-conforming parts, assemblies, equipment or systems. Proposes and supports implementation of cost and time effective solutions and corrective actions.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Develops solutions to a variety of problems of varying scope and complexity following established Company and FAA policies and practices. Reviews technical and engineering documentation and performance reports to determine the disposition of metal or composite aircraft components and parts needing refurbishment or repair.
Defines and analyzes the problems to determine trends affecting future design, production, service, and maintenance processes, and recommends modifications to eliminate future problems.
Interprets engineering drawings and facilitates correction of errors on drawings and documents identified during manufacturing operations.
Maintains records or oversees recording of information by others to ensure engineering drawings and documents are current and that engineering related production problems and resolutions are documented.
Serves as member of material review board (MRB) to determine disposition of defective, damaged or otherwise non-conforming parts.
Review and evaluate the engineering and functional aspects of all non-conforming materials, parts and assemblies providing the disposition prescribing all necessary repair actions ensuring adequate structural integrity, interchangeability and functional acceptability.
Provide technical consultation and drawing interpretation to all areas of the manufacturing facility and to external vendors / suppliers.
Provide documentation of discrepancies and repairs to cover correction actions taken on specific components.
Participate in new design, concept review and studies to improve manufacturability, cost and quality.
Act as the voice of Manufacturing to Engineering and vice-versa
Bachelor’s Degree in related field
5+ years of related professional experience
Aerospace MRB experience
Experience in CAD and PDM methods
Self-starter and motivation to see solutions executed to completion
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical, Aerospace or Materials Engineering
Knowledge of sheet metal, machined parts and other concepts related to general aviation aircraft design, manufacturing and assembly
Able to effectively use Teamcenter Unified Architecture v8 and Siemens NX v6 or higher
EAI is proud to announce receipt of Supplemental Type Certification for both the Auto Throttle and Anti-Skid Brake (ASB) systems for the Eclipse 550. The Auto Throttle is a first for FAR Part 23 aircraft. The lightweight ASB system is the only ASB in general aviation that does not require a complex aircraft hydraulic system, thereby reducing maintenance and allowing for simple operation with very few components.
EAI is proud to announce that the first production Eclipse 550 twin-engine jet will be on display at the 2013 National Business Aviation Association Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 22-24, 2013 in booth C10844. The Eclipse 550 builds upon a proven and reliable airframe, adding an increased range of safety and sophistication to the cockpit and improved comfort to the cabin.
The Eclipse Quick Reference Application is an advanced interactive version of the Eclipse Quick Reference Handbook, allowing for flight planning, access to checklists, a full digital version of the Eclipse AFM, and much more.