Structures Liaison Engineers level 3 & 4

This position description does not represent a current opening but may be used to identify candidates with skills and experience for positions within Northrop Grumman that frequently become available. Candidates who express an interest may be considered for future positions at Northrop Grumman.

Responsibilities for this Pipeline requisition are:

Evaluates and resolves engineering related problems encountered during production and maintenance of aircraft and aircraft components. Develops detailed repair designs for aircraft subsystems and structure. Acts as liaison to shop floor personnel for interpretation of drawings and other technical engineering products to ensure proper execution on the shop floor. Perform analysis to substantiate repairs using aircraft approved Structural Repair Manual (SRM) and obtain required approvals from the program engineering cognizant technical authority. Experience with Boeing 707 commercial aircraft or derivative military based platforms is desired but not required.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering with minimum 9 years related engineering experience; 7 Years with Masters.

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