American Airlines Engineer Configuration Management and Control in Dallas, Texas
Engineer Configuration Management and Control
Date: Oct 19, 2016
Location: Dallas, TX, US
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American Airlines Configuration Management and Control, (CMaC) Engineer will analyze, interpret, and compile accurate information to define all Configurations and Airworthiness Certifications. Also, they will provide engineering oversight to other departments based upon CMaC Requirements. The CMaC Engineer will have proven ability to define Configuration Airworthiness based upon the CFR’s and OEM technical data. CMaC Engineer will create, revise and approve other Engineering documents as they pertain to CMaC, and approve the use of alternate parts and materials in accordance with the applicable CFR’s and procedures, using design approval through drawing methods; manufacturing drawing, part approval drawing, or specification control drawing. Demonstrated knowledge of FAA accepted parts including; standard parts, owner/operator produced parts, parts manufactured by a repair station or other authorized person during alteration in accordance with an STC or field approval, fabricated parts, or commercial parts (COTS). The CMaC Engineer will have proven ability to manage, plan, coordinate, and lead all aspects of interdisciplinary projects, including: Technical Operations Engineering, Records, Supply Chain, and Maintenance to achieve Configuration Requirements, with Safety management being paramount. They will oversee multiple, complex, Source Systems for Configuration status, to achieve CMaC in a safe, efficient and cost effective strategy. Additionally, they will work independently as a Project Engineer for the development, design, and implementation of processes and procedures to ensure CMaC compliance, while advising senior management of CMaC Requirements. This position has a crucial role collaborating within Technical Operations, to affect Configuration, Safety and Compliance of our Fleets.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from an accredited college.
1 to 3 years of Aircraft Engineering or Engineering Configuration Management and Control required.
Understanding of aircraft configuration as it pertains to CFRs, Technical Operations policies, processes and procedures and Operations Specifications.
Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills required.
Proficient in MS Office suite, Mainframe, SAP, Teradata, IMS, Sabre, SCEPTRE, FileMaker Pro and Lotus Notes.
Some occasional travel and off-hours support required.
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Nearest Major Market: Dallas
Nearest Secondary Market: Fort Worth
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