Businesses PRATT & WHITNEY Job ID 74564BR Date posted 10/22/2018 City Middletown State Connecticut Country US
Pratt & Whitney is in search of an Assembly Tool Project Engineer. The Assembly Tool Project Engineer plans and develops tooling methods for the assembly, disassembly, inspection, repair, and test of Pratt & Whitney commercial and military jet engines. The Project Engineer must exercise a high degree of initiative and judgment during the development of assembly tooling.
Typical responsibilities include:
- Analyze, plan and establish tool requirements to support assembly/disassembly of validation/production engines/modules.
- Technical writing of tool usage instructions,
- Participate in P&W Integrated Product Teams (IPT) to help ensure assembly tooling designs can be produced, supported and maintained.
- Develop concepts for assembly/disassembly procedures.
- Participate in development and qualification of assembly tooling.
- Interface with customer and supplier representatives to identify requirements and resolve assembly tooling related issues.
- Manage project tasks to ensure tooling is delivered on time and within budget.
This is a 2nd shift role. Monday through Friday, 2pm to 11pm.
Due to our government contracts, all applicants must be US Citizens.
Qualification: Basic Qualifications:
- 3+ years experience validating engine projects, to include:
- Experience in manufacturing/assembly concepts.
- Experience interpreting and working from engineering and tool drawings. .
- Knowledge of various types of special assembly support tooling is a plus.
- Understanding of manufacturing practices, jet engine assembly/disassembly and maintenance procedures are desirable.
- Candidate must possess solid communication skills
BS in Engineering
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