12 months ago
The Role and Responsibilities for the B-52 Engineer are as follows:-Collect information to analyze and evaluate existing aircraft depot maintenance requirements.
- Develop/assess sectionalized depot work spec package/requirements, schedules and man-hours
- Prepare detailed flow charts and diagrams outlining maintenance requirements and processes using Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Visio/Project.
- Support Engineering Requirements and Review Process (ERRP) and Development Packet (DevPac) process to determine and document the analysis of all depot maintenance tasks.
- Work as a liaison between engineering customer team members and technical staff, user and depot maintenance representatives, and supply chain members to document needs, define requirements, and provide problem identification and resolution.
- Analyze and assist in creation, as required, aircraft depot maintenance task requirements and associated man-hours (Bill of Work) and Bill of Materials (BOMs).
- Utilize database systems and application documentation as directed.
- Research, analyze and provide dispositions regarding requests for engineering assistance forms.
- Maintain confidentiality with regard to the information being processed.
- Provide support and research to resolve parts and parts requisition issues.
- Support investigations of material deficiency report issues.
- Perform other similar duties as assigned in support of the B-52 Weapon System.
Education/Experience: A Bachelors degree in an engineering field, and at least four (4) years of related experience is required. Applicant must possess experience in the following: MS Office, word processing, data management and records keeping.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: The selected candidate must be capable of working independently and in a team environment and possess good communication skills, both written and oral. The B-52 Engineer must be able to occasionally brief results to other team members and to KBRwyle and our customers.
The preferred candidate will have the following capabilities:
Analyzing Data- Ability to use data effectively to improve programs, including looking at lists and summaries, looking for patterns, analyzing results, and making presentations to others. Includes familiarity with the data available to you; knowledgeable of the goals of your program; able to understand the needs of clients/audiences; and willing to explore creative approaches to using data. Ability to analyze data and establish requirements for technical objectives and characteristics.
Maintenance/Repair Knowledge- Knowledgeable of a wide range of maintenance concepts, principles, and practices of systems/equipment. Knowledgeable of required security and safety regulations, practices, and procedures. Skill in providing technical advice in terms of oral and written briefings, reports, and recommendations to leadership, maintenance technicians, engineers, etc.
Technical Data- Skill in analyzing and interpreting engineering drawings, technical manuals, and technical data; and, identifying and analyzing complex problems and developing innovative solutions.
Workload Management- Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work to meet challenging deadlines.
Navigating Database Software- Ability to use database software to find records, sort, review, edit, print, and other functions. Ability to use built-in forms and reports in a database. Able to explore software applications and learn various functions and features. Able to write queries and reports using available tools; copying data into Excel or other formats for further analysis. Ability to use computer applications in support of planning, designing, analysis, and reporting.
Data Integrity- Ability to understand definitions, program guidelines, and sources of data. Able to develop clear channels of communication. Able to review data and work with colleagues to make sure that data is accurate. Ability to be aware of potential weaknesses in the data when analyzing and using data.
Managing Accounts and Files- Able to keep track of online accounts. Knowledgeable about how to organize files and folders on your computer or network. Knowledgeable in how to copy, move, upload or download files and photos; understands how to use email to send attachments.
Applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.