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At GE Middle River Aircraft Systems, we design and build Nacelles for commercial aircraft applications.
Our products help make it possible for millions of people to fly quickly and safely all around the world.
In this role, you will lead the establishment of expertise in designing and integrating Nacelle Engine Build Up (EBU) systems.
In particular, you will…
Provide leadership and technical direction to engineering team managing EBU components including hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel, electrical, fire detection, and anti-ice valve systems to meet business standards, practices, and procedures as well as product/program requirements.
Define and develop product processes related to design, analysis, test, materials, manufacture, quality and/or productivity.
Lead technical team in performing Root Cause and Corrective Action investigations on events occurring in fleet of fielded hardware.
Effectively communicate with the engineering program manager to:
Identify need for technical and program reviews within the organization.
Formulate and implement plans to achieve technical and program requirements.
Develop action plans to anticipate and respond to problems.
Participate in technical reviews and provide counsel to team on design practices and standards.
Review and approve engineering change packages, including part definition and change substantiation.
Provide technical inputs to cost out projects and associated reviews.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering from an accredited university or college with a minimum of 10 years of experience in Engineering
A minimum of 8 years of experience in an engineering position related to the design of hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel, electrical, fire detection systems, and / or valve systems
Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job.
Strong preference for experience designing components of gas turbine engines, especially jet engines
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Ability to influence others and lead small teams
Lead initiatives of moderate scope and impact
Ability to coordinate several projects simultaneously
Effective problem identification and solution skills
Proven analytical and organizational ability
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Middle River Aircraft Systems has been designing, building and servicing the world's best aircraft for seventy years. Located on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay, Middle River Aircraft Systems (MRAS) operates a 1.7 million square feet facility on 180 acres. One of the country's biggest suppliers of aircraft during World War II, today MRAS is dedicated to meeting the aircraft industry's specialized needs.
MRAS works with the industry's major airframers and engine producers to design, build and support the structures that complement their products. MRAS is one of the world's leading suppliers of jet engine thrust reversers -- the brakes of a jet engine - providing reversers for both General Electric and Pratt & Whitney, the world's largest aircraft engine manufacturers. The company also produces a variety of specialized structures for major aircraft manufacturers including Boeing and Lockheed Martin for both commercial and military aircraft. In addition to design and manufacturing, MRAS provides overhaul and repair services for a variety of aerostructures. Aftermarket and support customers include nearly every major domestic commercial airline and many international airlines. Our maintenance team, combined with our spare parts distribution center, keeps customers flying around the world. Come learn more about our area!
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