Provide technical expertise to operations, purchasing and marketing departments on cabin interior issues and inquiries
Research, review and participate in development of data including service bulletins, FARs, AD's, and parts alternatives, including certification testing
Serve as primary point of interface between Hawaiian and interior vendors
Prepare, review and approve engineering authorizing documents (TRAX)
Evaluate technical attributes of new or modified aircraft, systems, equipment, and material, as well as new interior configurations
Manage BFE equipage and commissioning issues for new aircraft deliveries
Review OEM bulletins and letters to determine if applicable procedures can be improved or customized for effective and efficient implementation
Analyze cabin system performance and reliability issues, devise alternative actions and recommend appropriate solutions
Bachelor's degree in Engineering or equivalent scientific discipline from an accredited university. Alternatively 4 years of relevant experience in addition to technical education such as A&P license or technician
Familiarity with Airbus SCN and aircraft configuration / cabin design process
Knowledge of common office applications, CAD software, and Federal Aviation Regulations (Parts 25, 121, etc)
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to summarize complex technical matters. Must be able to confidently and professionally represent Hawaiian to members of federal authorities and industry
Must be able to work flexible hours and work beyond regular hours, including weekends and holidays and non-traditional hours, promptly respond after hours, and must be able to travel occasionally to vendors and provide extended on-site support to MRO providers during modifications
Five years of relevant interiors engineering experience in airline or aviation
Demonstrated history of above average performance
Demonstrated knowledge of aircraft systems, particularly interiors, seats, IFE, cabin accessories and appliances
Knowledge of FAR Part 25 and Part 121 requirements, familiarity with TSO requirements and FAA aircraft certification processes (ACO / DER)
Demonstrated familiarity with TRAX maintenance software, particularly engineering module, authoring controls and task cards
Strong organizational and prioritization skills and a demonstrated ability of acting as an effective change agent
Ability to produce basic cost benefit analysis for project business cases
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