Airline Aircraft Engineer

Position: Airline Aircraft  Engineer Base Pay: $57,963 - $97,136/Annually
Employee Type: Full-Time Leads Others:
Required Education: BS or AS Required Experience: 2 to 5 years
Travel Required: Yes Position Close Date:

Location:  Wilmington, OH (ILN)

Shift:  1st shift

What you will do:

The Aircraft Staff Engineer will provide engineering and technical support to aircraft operations and aircraft maintenance activities to include preparation of engineering documentation for modification and repair of aircraft structure, systems and/or components; evaluate aircraft and component manufacturers Service Bulletins, FAA Airworthiness Directives and FAA Regulations for implementation; develop work instructions; evaluate and define special tasks; determine accomplishment and scheduling requirements; research and define required materials, parts, tooling, processes and procedures needed to accomplish modifications/repairs; design and analyze structural repairs and installation of new components or improvements to existing installations; support the airline Weight and Balance Program, ETOPS Program and ECM program; perform other duties as assigned.

What you need:

  • BS Engineering or Engineering Technology OR AS Engineering Technology or related field plus 2 years of airline/aerospace engineering experience OR BS (any discipline) plus 2 years of airline/aerospace engineering experience
  • Ability to read and interpret drawings, system schematics, wiring diagrams, and other complex data associated with aircraft repair and modifications
  • Familiar with CAD/drawing programs
  • Knowledge and practical skills in technical subjects including Structures, Hydraulics, Avionics, Electrical, Pneumatics, Fuel and Powerplant Systems
  • Strong written and oral technical communication skills with ability to describe, discuss and resolve technical questions and problems
  • Ability to research and analyze technical data, information and graphics materials to ensure accurate, complete and understandable results
  • Travel required once yearly and/or as needed.

Preferred skills:

  • Airframe and Powerplant license
  • Six Sigma training
  • Working knowledge and training with CAD programs
  • Working knowledge and training on Boeing aircraft
  • Exposure/experience with commercial air transport aircraft