West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
Pratt & Whitney is working to once again transform the future of flight—designing, building and servicing engines unlike any the world has ever seen. And because transformation begins from within, we’re seeking the people to drive it. So, calling all curious.
In addition to transforming the future of flight, we are also transforming how and where we work. Pratt & Whitney is laser focused on offering flexibility to our employees. We’ve introduced role types (Onsite, Hybrid, or Remote) and now list them in the job posting title so candidates know where they will operate in our blended work environment. *Please consider the following role type definitions as you apply for this role.
Onsite: Employees who are working in Onsite roles will work primarily onsite. This includes all production and maintenance workers, as they are essential to the development of our engines.
Hybrid: Employees who are working in Hybrid roles will work regularly both onsite and offsite.
Remote: Employees who are working in Remote roles will work primarily offsite (from home).
Come ready to explore and you’ll find a place where your talent takes flight—beyond the borders of title, a country or your comfort zone. Bring your passion and commitment and we’ll welcome you into a tight-knit team that takes our mission personally. Channel your drive to make a difference into shaping an organization and an industry that’s evolving fast to the future.
Where the difference you make is on display every day. Just look up. Are you ready to go beyond?
*Note: Hybrid and remote roles at many of our sites are currently working from home because of COVID-19 protocols. Candidates will learn more about role type and current site status throughout the recruiting process.
Provide Powerplant Engineering functions to operational activities as engines are inducted and progress through the Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) process to meet external and internal customer requirements for quality, cost, and delivery.
Develop operational work scopes per WPB MRO requirements in accordance with 14 CFR Part 145 using engine maintenance program (EMP), customer specific work scopes (SMI), “As-received” induction results, existing service bulletins and approved deviations.
Address customer inquiries as it pertains to work scope determination and approval
Address in process findings effects on work scope
Assist in producing and managing engine teardown plans along with repair and rebuild activities based on in-process conditions experienced.
Generate engine shop visit reports summarizing work accomplished and providing part condition and disposition information.
Comply with all government regulations, regulatory requirements, company policies, repair station procedures and work instructions including Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) and International Trade Compliance requirements.
Support Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) activities as required.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and minimum 5 years prior relevant experience, or
An Advanced Degree in a related field and minimum 3 years experience
MS Office suite (Word, Excel, Access, etc.)
US Citizenship required due to government contracts
Bachelors of Science in Engineering, Air Frame & Propulsion license, FAA repairmen’s certificate, or equivalent
1+ years of working experience with gas turbine engine, particularly in an MRO environment
Interpretation of ATA 100 technical manuals
Experience working with SAP (software program to manage a corporation or business as a whole, across different departments)
Familiarity with 14 CFR Part 145 as it pertains to a repair station
Customer Focus, Drive for Results, Technical Skills, Interpersonal Savvy, Commitment to Continuous Improvement, Effective Teamwork.
JBRTX // Equal Opportunity Employer // 01513698