• Aerospace Engineer - Propulsion

    Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
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  • Overview

    Aerospace Engineer with support additive manufacturing and manufacturing processes knowledge


    • Shall accomplish Engineering tasks necessary to support management operations functions within the Propulsion Office and apply expert knowledge and mastery of advanced engineering theories, principles, concepts, standards, and methods to ensure assigned projects remain consistent with program objectives, costs, schedules, performance criteria, and existing policies.

    •  Must have knowledge in additive manufacturing, manufacturing processes, turbine/turbofan engine materials
    •  Must have ability to function as as project manager
    • Evaluate systems test plans and participate in the conduct of system, subsystem and component level testing

    • Support translating user requirements into system requirements, which will be used to design, develop, fabricate, test and evaluate systems, subsystem and equipment for eventual fielding and deployment

    • Perform technical/mission analyses of existing and future operational requirements, assists in developing system concepts and perform technological/trade-off assessments of proposed designs/modifications

    • Assist with developmental planning support in evaluation of the military mission to be accomplished and any related requirements documentation

    • Review and analyze proposals, including regulatory and other policy driver changes or proposed modifications for design feasibility and system compatibility

    • Support and conduct systems analyses to include system design/design feasibility and state-of- the-art assessment

    • Assist Contracting by performing technical evaluations of contractor proposal submissions prior to placing Engineering Changes on contract

    • As required, assist, review, and provide recommendations for AFIs and other policy documents

    • Support Integrated Product Team (IPT) activities to redesign, fabricate, and test obsolete components for long-term program risk reduction

    • Support IPT activities to identify and develop component repairs for long-term program risk reduction

    • Analyze progress of program efforts on assigned projects and technical tasks; identify and scope problems, provide recommendations and evaluate results of implemented solutions and implement technical policies/procedures that affect resources and programsPerform professional engineering analysis of engine starts/hours including correlation of starts and hours to engine performance and part wear

    • Support planning, organizing, and coordinating of Engine Life Management Plan (ELMP) to achieve safe/effective engine performance until retireme


    • PhD/MS/BS in Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Materials Engineering
    • Knowledge and experience in turbine/turbofan propulsion systems.

    • Must have a Secret clearance or have the ability to attain a clearance


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