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HEICO
Location: United States, North America
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Manufacturing
Category: Engineers
Job Code :
1664

Division :
McClain

Location :
College Park GA US 30349

% of Travel Required :
None

Job Type :
Full Time

Career Level :
Experienced (Non-Manager)

Education :
Bachelor's Degree

Category :
Engineering

Job Description :

ROLE

The Project Engineer will be responsible for managing project efforts in pursuit of FAA Parts Manufacturing Approval for airworthy flight hardware.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Develop design substantiation/certification packages for FAA Parts Manufacturer Approval applications

Develop 3D models and drawings for articles, assemblies, tooling, fixtures, etc.

Lead or assist in the development of manufacturing processes.

Coordinate conformity inspection activities between the company’s Quality Assurance department,

ODA, and FAA liaison

Assist in the development of customer evaluation packages for new articles

Develop vendor substantiation requirements for outside manufacturing vendors

Support activities related to new vendor qualification, including new vendor identification and selection

Support QA department and vendors regarding drawing interpretation, manufacturing methods, inspection methods, etc.

Participate in the disposition of non-conforming materials, including analyzing the non-conformance’s effect on airworthiness, and communicating with QA, suppliers, and the FAA liaison as required

Evaluate Engineering Change Requests and complete Engineering Change Notices for drawing and process changes as required

Answering questions from customers and operators regarding our products

Other duties may be assigned.

Job Requirements :

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATION

Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering

EXPERIENCE

3-7 years aerospace / mechanical design experience

Experience using 3D CAD software, preferably SolidWorks

Understanding of and experience applying GD&T principles (ASME Y14.5M)

Experience with 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 21 certification procedures for projects involving Parts 25, and 33

Knowledge of aircraft engine components, controls & accessories, and/or aircraft interiors is required

Knowledge of system safety assessment methods and practices is preferred.

Knowledge of aerospace materials and coatings is preferred

Knowledge of conventional aerospace manufacturing methods, including; milling, turning, grinding,

lapping, stamping, forging, casting, molding, EDM, ECM, welding, brazing, heat treating, etc. is

preferred

A high attention to detail is required

Must be flexible in handling multiple tasks

Must have excellent organizational, analytical, and communication skills

Computer Skills: MS Office, 3D CAD software (Solidworks, Pro-E, etc)

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