- Manufacturing Experience
United States of America
PW146: Oklahoma City, OK 2701 Liberty Parkway, Midwest City, OK, 73110 USA
The sky has no limits.
Flight is an instrument of human progress. It not only gets people where they want to go, it carries humanity to places it never thought possible. At Pratt & Whitney, you’ll be part of an evolving, globally diverse company that’s moving fast to craft the future of aviation; one full of career opportunities and the chance to truly contribute and grow in a variety of ways.
Customers all over the world depend on our technology and the people behind it. Help answer today’s challenges in powered flight while molding and supporting tomorrow’s solutions.
We work with an explorer’s heart and your grit to build jet engines that turn potential into reality. We enable passenger planes to soar quietly over our cities and power jets as nimble as birds to defend our freedom.
Alongside developing technologies that challenge the status quo, we’ve built an environment where each and every employee is valued.
We are fueled by people that bring passion, partnership and leadership to everything they do – at work or in the community.
This exciting position based at Tinker AFB in Oklahoma City, OK, is a rare opportunity for you to join our Military Engines programs that include the F119 and F135.
YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Developing concepts for new repair tool designs
Presenting tool concepts to our USAF and JPO (Joint Program Office) customers for review and obtain customer approval to proceed to detailed design and tool build
Completing the PW Tool Design Review process and ensure tools are developed and produced in compliance with PW Repair Tool design requirements and customer expectations
Working closely with your suppliers, and perform final checks of tooling developed
Reviewing tool drawings
Developing tool usage instructions for end users
Resolving technical questions on tooling from customers and suppliers; disposition EQNs (engineering quality notices)
Presenting tools to your customers for final approval and acceptance for repair production
Bachelor's degree and 5 years' of work experience
3 + years of experience reading and interpreting repair requirements and part blueprints, understanding geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and technical writing
U.S. citizenship required due to government contracts
BS Mechanical Engineering or relevant technical degree
5 + years' experience in a manufacturing/design environment
Tool design experience
Experience with typical repair and manufacturing processes including welding, brazing, riveting, and coating processes including plasma spray
Experience working with Unigraphics/Siemens NX and Teamcenter