STS Technical Services
STS Technical Services is currently Hiring Powerplant Engineers for Remote Positions!
Note: Our staffing services come at no cost to you, the candidate. This is job seeking made simple! For more details, please contact our recruiters at 1-800-359-4787.
The Powerplant Engineer reports to the Manger, Powerplant Engineering, and is responsible for the engineering data, instructions, documents, and technical support that economically ensures the safety, airworthiness, and reliability of aircraft Powerplant and APU systems within the following ATA’s – 24, 26, 30, 36, 49, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, and 80.
- Prioritize Powerplant Engineering actions
- Provide budgetary data on projects and issues as directed
- Report on the status of projects and issues as directed
- Issue instructions and documents to economically support operations and return aircraft to service in a safe, airworthy, and timely manner
- Develop and / or obtain approved data, acceptable data, and Alternate Methods of Compliance (AMOCs) for repairs, alterations, and modifications
- Update technical source documents as applicable to insure accuracy
- Support integration of new and previously operated aircraft
- Liaise with manufacturers; maintenance representatives, repair & overhaul (MRO) facilities; outside engineering departments; regulatory personnel; and other outside agencies
- Participate in industry working groups, industry steering committees, industry meetings, and conferences
- Review work of consultant, contract, and MRO Powerplant Engineers
- Evaluate Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs), Notices of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRMs), Airworthiness Directives (ADs), Service Bulletins (SBs), Service Letters (SLs), and other notifications of in-service issues
- Develop product improvement modifications as dictated by Reliability indicators
- Work with original equipment manufacturers on emerging issues to help ensure safety and airworthiness, but also minimize the economic impact
- Organize, develop and provide all necessary Powerplant Engineering documentation required to complete aircraft powerplant modifications and repairs within the allocated time schedule and budget allowance
- Establish component repair and build specifications to enhance dispatch reliability in accordance with budgetary and regulatory requirements
- Provide technical support to Technical Operations, Ground Operations, Flight Operations, and other personnel
- Administer Engine Condition Monitoring Program for General Electric engines
- Coordinate with other Engineering staff to provide 24/7 technical support
- Review Powerplant portion of the Aircraft Maintenance and Inspection Program, and initiate maintenance program changes and changes to maintenance documents
- S. Engineering/Technical Engineering Degree (ME or AE) or equivalent experience
- 1-10 years Aircraft Powerplant Engineering
- 5 years in applied engineering setting
- Microsoft Office Suite of Programs
- Familiarity with aircraft engine systems and components
- Experience with GE and Boeing performance programs
- Strong technical skills and knowledge of large powerplant systems and components design
- Ability to identify cost effective engineering solutions
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to interface with manufacturers and regulatory agencies
- Some financial analysis skills required
- FAA Certified Airframe and Powerplant License (preferred)
Since this is a direct hire job, our client will provide a full benefits package to you. If you would like to learn more about that package, please call 1-800-359-4787.
Thanks for taking the time, and we look forward to hearing from you soon.