Liaison Engineer--MAP (103018-220)
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Mobile, AL 36615
- 30-Oct-2018 (CST)
- Mobile, AL, USA
- Full Time
Airbus is an international pioneer in the aerospace industry. We are a leader in designing, manufacturing and delivering aerospace products, services and solutions to customers on a global scale. We aim for a better-connected, safer and more prosperous world.
A commercial aircraft manufacturer, with Space and Defense as well as Helicopters Divisions, Airbus is the largest aeronautics and space company in Europe and a worldwide leader.
Airbus has built on its strong European heritage to become truly international with roughly 180 locations and 12,000 direct suppliers globally. The company has aircraft and helicopter final assembly lines across Asia, Europe and the Americas, and has achieved a more than sixfold order book increase since 2000.
The Liaison Engineer (MAP) is responsible for the development and approval of solutions related to aircraft non-conformities which require engineering expertise and delegation to be resolved. The MAP Engineer represents a particular engineering specialty including, but not limited to: Aircraft Systems, Cabin, Electrical and Mechanical Installation, and Structures.
Responsible for creation/ approval / authorization (release) of technical solutions including justification reports for repairs / reworks and troubleshooting instructions and the identification, explanation, resolution and documentation of anomalies which will be delivered with the aircraft to the design office and the authorities (EASA, FAA or Transport Canada TC).
- Involved in all aircraft systems and structure (metallic/composite).
- Analyzes all reported malfunctions of aircraft systems/structures and launches trouble-shooting activities.
- Represents all design offices, subcontractors and risk-sharing partners.
- Represents the Single Aisle Chief Engineer/Design Office and acts as interface between the design organization and the manufacturing organization.
Key responsibilities include the following aircraft areas: Power & Mechanics, Controls & Monitoring, Cabin Systems, Landing Gear, Power Plant, basic systems and avionics, systems and electrical installation, structures assemblies (metallic and composite structures).
- Creates, checks, and approves & releases covering technical design solutions.
- Supports the FAL US from the delivery of A/C sections, via FAL process, flight line activities and up to the ferry flight in all Aircraft related items including the presentation in front of the customer, if needed.
- Responsible for the creation, validation, approval and monitoring of corrective actions (launch of new modifications, drawing updates, design query notes, improvements and avoidance of recurrent issues).
- Responsible for the creation of temporary aircraft definitions (special instructions) in line with… For full info follow application link.
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