Raytheon Technologies MSEN Adaptive Engines Project Practitioner & CAM Project Engineer in East Hartford, Connecticut
United States of America
PW100: East Hartford 400 Main Street, East Hartford, CT, 06118 USA
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Pratt & Whitney Mechanical Systems, Externals, and Nacelles (MSEN) is a dynamic engineering organization focused on the development and certification of gas turbine engines. The MSEN Adaptive Component Integrated Product Team (CIPT) is responsible for design, development, and validation of bearing compartment components, accessory gearbox, and externals architecture.
The MSEN Adaptive CIPT project team is looking for an energetic MSEN Adaptive Engines Project Practitioner & Control Account Manager (CAM) Project Engineer. The selected candidate will partner with the Adaptive Engines Validation Manager to support assembly of test engines, coordination of Test Job Requests (TJR) creation/modification, and coordinate engine test coverage plans. Also, the CAM is responsible for XA101 Mechanical Systems Work Packages.
Key Responsibilities: (include, but are not limited to the following)
Accountable to CIPT for part level ownership, including communication, risk management and execution to program requirements.
Coordinate and Support CIPT engine assembly coverage needs.
Support Validation Manager in creation of Internal and External customer reviews.
Serve as primary backup for the Validation Manager.
Serve as Cost Account Manager for XA101 work packages for Mechanical Systems.
Participate in Customer, System Integrated Product Team (SIPT), Integrated Program Management Team (IPMT) and Engine Design and System Integration Team (EDSIT) meetings.
Provide technical support for validation engine build and engine test activities.
Works collaboratively in a dynamic environment and a highly motivated team player to step into a challenging role on a fast paced development program.
BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering or equivalent experience and 3+ years of prior experience in the Aerospace Industry.
US Citizenship is required due to government contracts.
Able to obtain and maintain a US Government Security Clearance.
Work schedule: Hybrid, working alternately in-office and remotely.
Basic understanding the P&W Leadership Operating Model (LOM).
Demonstrated ability to engage cross-functional teams, as needed, and knows when/where to get help.
Focus on results with the ability to drive tasks to closure.
Strong analytical problem-solving skills.
Active Secret Security Clearance.
Thorough understanding of continuous improvement principles (e.g. CORE).
Proficiency in use of program/project management tools (e.g. SAP, EVMS, Teamcenter).
Knowledgeable of AGILE project management practices.
Demonstrated ability to execute work independently.
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