Service Center Engineering Team Lead

Company Name:  MHI RJ Aviation ULC
Location: 

Mirabel, Quebec, CA, J7N 3C6

Description: 

Service Center Engineering Team Lead

 

 

There’s a New Energy on Board! Our company MHI RJ Aviation Group (MHIRJ) provides comprehensive critical operational, engineering and customer support solutions including maintenance, refurbishment, technical publications, marketing, and sales activities for the global regional aircraft industry. Headquartered in Boisbriand, Quebec, and bolstered by an Aerospace Engineering Center, MHIRJ’s network of service centers, support offices and parts depots are positioned in important aviation hubs in the U.S., Canada, and Germany. A wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, MHI RJ Aviation Group includes MHI RJ Aviation ULC (Canada), MHI RJ Aviation Inc. (U.S.A.) and MHI RJ Aviation GmbH (Germany).

 

In your role, you will:

  • Be part of the engineering team assigned to the design of structural repair schemes for damaged in-service aircraft, in accordance with Regulatory Body and MHIRJ Aerospace Design requirements.
  • Perform repair sizing, select structural configurations and materials (metallic and composites structures) for preparing optimized repair schemes, while meeting tight customers’ schedules and deadlines.

Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Validate that the technical data to be approved is properly substantiated; ensuring that parts repaired or altered to this data will not invalidate compliance with the applicable Federal Aviation Regulations
  • Review all of the engineering data to ensure it is sufficient and complete, such that all airworthiness standards have been complied with and are properly substantiated
  • Ensure all technical data is complete, accurate and consistent with engineering standards, such that all repairs and alterations are clearly presented and all limits and instructions are concise and objective

Basic Qualifications:

  • BS Degree in Engineering. Advanced degree desirable
  • DER Candidate requires current DER delegation per FAA Order 8110.37, ideally including special delegation of major repairs and major alterations
  • Must have a minimum of 15+ years experience working within the aircraft repair industry (MROs)
  • Experience with many aircraft types (business and commercial) an asset