- Communication Skills
- Federal Aviation Regulations
- Process Management
- Adobe Acrobat
The Sr. Process Standards Engineer reports to the Manager of Engineering Process Standards and is responsible for the maintaining and oversight of process controls, standardization, and training for the Engineering and Maintenance Programs team.
Responsible for process and standards development, including creation, documentation and training
Interface with engineering teams to identify job specific functions
Create and maintain Engineering Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) document based on job specific functions
Responsible for creation, documentation, coordination and execution of engineering training, related to job specific functions as detailed in the Engineering Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) document
Oversees the resolution of process disputes and fosters continuous improvement across tech ops by creating standardization to promote efficiency, reduce waste and ensure process holes are closed for regulatory and reliability action
Mentors and Trains incoming entry level department personnel
Coordinate with IT, on behalf of engineering, for the implementation of related system changes and upgrades, including TRAX and IDMR systems.
Manage and maintain GMM updates for engineering or sections that affect the engineering department
Bachelor’s Degree in preferred field of Mechanical, Aerospace, or Electrical Engineering or other technical equivalent degree.
5 to 7 years of Airline/OEM/MRO experience minimum
FAA Airframe and Powerplant license preferred.
Proficiency in technical analysis and working knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations or certification requirements
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to multi-task
Applicable experience in process management or continuous improvement preferred
MS office, Excel and Abode acrobat
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