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This position can be filled as an Aerospace or Mechanical Engineer. This position is a working level engineer position located within the Air Vehicle Department, of the Research and Engineering Group, based out of the Fleet Readiness Center East (FRC-E), In Service Support Center (ISSC), U.S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina.
- Serves as the technical point of contact for fleet operators, all elements of the Air Vehicle Engineering Competency, other US government agencies/services, contractors, and foreign governments for in-service technical and engineering issues pertaining to the assigned aircraft platform and technical specialty.
- Develops, manages, and controls design modifications within the aircraft model specification to gain advantages in maintenance, readiness, and/or cost.
- Examines structures, components, or systems to verify and determine if the aircraft is being operated within its original design and certification parameters, or to determine if the aircraft is being operated differently than the original design intent resulting in additional loads, stresses, or unusual forces on the aircraft.
- Provides engineering and consulting services to the Naval Air Systems TEAM, Program Offices, Competency Aligned Organization, Fleet Operators, commercial activities, and Foreign Military Sales customers.
- Ensures compliance and provides engineering leadership with technical cognizance over all in-service engineering problems related to all models of the assigned aircraft platform and technical specialty.
- Occasional Travel
- Travel may be required up to 5 days/month