8 months ago
Job Summary: The information listed is not intended to be a complete job description for all individuals in the job category. Specific functions, tasks, and requirements may vary or be added depending upon business requirements. Responsible for oversight of the certification process of interior and cabin avionics related modifications. Maintains compliance with applicable FAA, DOT, ICAO, FDA, OSHA regulations and Delta's Technical Operations Policy and Procedures (TOPP) pertaining to the development of equipment alterations. Understanding of how equipment alterations impact Manuals, Planning, Materials and Maintenance Programs is recommended. Experience with RFID systems is highly preferred. Applicants must be able to interact with various departments and external suppliers and agencies, and negotiate solutions that are acceptable to each organization. Applicants must have excellent problem solving skills, ability to develop comprehensive action plans; and the ability to handle sensitive issues with appropriate discretion. Practices safety-conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures.
The Engineer - Cabin Maintenance Engineering position requires a four year accredited undergraduate engineering degree (AE, ME, EE). Familiarity with FAR's and DOT regulations pertaining to the cabin interior is preferred. Knowledge and experience with major airline operations is desired. Knowledge of Technical Operations policies and procedures is also preferred. The successful candidate should have the ability to communicate to a diverse audience in various formal and informal environments. Ability to analyze, sometimes with incomplete information and implement timely decision making while mitigating risk factors.