Program Aircraft Systems & Engines Rover
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POST DATE 8/31/2016
END DATE 12/21/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONSuperior group is looking for a Program Aircraft Systems & Engines Rover for our client located in Huntsville, AL
The Aircraft Systems and Engines Rover are considered a premier aircraft systems, power plant, and propeller subject matter expert (SME) for the program.
The Rover interfaces with the field on behalf of the Program Management Office (PMO) for field matters relating to aircraft systems, power plants, and propellers.
Candidate will be needed to provide assistance to sites to resolve complex technical issues to include troubleshooting, aircraft configuration and capability, and coordination of engineering support.
The Systems and Engines Rover conducts technical analysis of product implementations, modifications and enhancements to product in accordance with specific customer specifications and technical directives.
Interprets and communicates requirements concerning AD’s, SB’s and SL’s, and SC’s.
Supports field in interpretation of technical data to resolve aircraft systems and power plant discrepancies.
Coordinates with sites to ensure that tasks are completed as scheduled.
Interacts collaboratively with all PMO functional areas including Fleet Management, Quality Assurance, and Supply Chain Management.
This may include communications ranging from daily verbal and email communication, in addition to the development of written processes and procedures.
Beech King Air model aircraft, C-12, UC-35, or model 1900 systems and power plant maintenance experience is needed.
Continental US (CONUS) and international (OCONUS) travel may be needed
If scheduled to deploy OCONUS must be in good physical condition, able to pass a needed physical exam and CRC course for SWA
Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English needed using technical manuals
Must have an in-depth knowledge of aircraft technical orders/job guides/publications-read, interpret, follow and comprehend schematic diagrams, drawings, charts and technical publications.
Possesses the demonstrated ability to communicate with internal and external customers with tact and professionalism.
Must currently possess a FAA Airframe and Power Plant Certificate
Significant Beech King Air model 200 and higher experience is needed
Significant Hartzell and McCauley propeller experience is needed
Significant Pratt & Whitney PT6, JT15D-5D, and PW535A power plant maintenance experience is needed
Required Skills / Qualifications:
High School diploma
Minimum of 10 years’ recent hands-on engine and propeller maintenance experience
Preferred Skills / Qualifications:
Experience in engine trend monitoring preferred.
Engine heavy overhaul experience is preferred.
Some experience in root cause corrective analysis (RCCA) preferred.
MS Office experience is preferred (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
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