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Mechanical/Sub-Systems Engineer – Long term, direct hire

Description:
Andromeda Systems Incorporated (ASI) is seeking full-time experienced mechanical systems engineers to support DoD aircraft platforms. The engineers will assist in the design, execution, and troubleshooting of mechanical systems and modifications on a variety of DoD aircraft platforms. Some of these positions are located in the Jacksonville, FL area. Other positions are open to remote workers within the continental US.

No staffing firms, please.

Engineers at ASI work in a great environment which includes:
• Compressed and flexible work schedules
• Ability to work from home
• Diverse projects supporting multiple platforms
• Fantastic co-workers and customers
• Hands-on assignments that don’t happen behind a desk

Some of the advantages of working with ASI in Jacksonville include:
• Low cost of housing
• No state income tax
• Great area schools (St. John’s County)
• Miles of sunny beaches

Responsibilities:
• Develop detailed solutions for technical, operational, and maintenance problems
• Assist maintenance in troubleshooting
-the rigging of aircraft control systems
-aircraft hydraulic repairs and malfunctions
-aircraft fire detection and suppression system repairs and malfunctions
-aircraft fuel system repairs and malfunctions
-aircraft pressurization system repairs and malfunctions
• Present to management or team
• Ensure repairs are compliant with approved naval aviation maintenance policies
• Perform engineering investigations of failed aircraft components and systems
• Provide disposition for obsolete aircraft system components
• Determine criticality of aircraft system components by performing failure mode effects and criticality analysis
• Review technical publication deficiency reports and update publications where necessary
• Ensure aircraft operates properly and safely
• Draw and read blueprints and give material estimates and time required for repairs
• Determine airworthiness of aircraft
• Apply engineering principles to investigate, analyze, plan, develop, implement, test, and evaluate projects within the mechanical engineering discipline
• Review and prepare engineering and technical analyses, reports, and other technical documentation
• Up to 10% travel may be required

Required Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace, Aerodynamics, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university
• At least 3 years of mechanical systems engineering work experience within the aviation, aerospace, or defense industry
• Familiarity with the troubleshooting and integration of test equipment, electrical/power, air conditioning, cabin pressure, hydraulics, and mechanical systems in aircraft
• Experience in reading, creating, and editing drawings in AutoCAD (or similar CAD program) and work instructions in Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat products
• Experience in prototyping and validating installations
• Ability to use Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint)
• Effective communication and interpersonal skills

Preferred Qualifications:
• 5-10 years of mechanical systems engineering work experience within the aviation, aerospace, or defense industry
• Self-motivator capable of working through problems on own

Work Authorization/Security Clearance:
• Must be a U.S. Citizen and qualify for Secret Clearance
 
Job Number: 513
Job Location: Orange Park, FL
Rate: DOE
Per Diem: None
Overtime: Available
Duration: Long Term
Start Date: Available Now
Input Date: 05/25/2020
Firm Name: ANDROMEDA SYSTEMS INC
Attention: Stephanie Danti
Address: 330 CROSSING BLVD
City, State: ORANGE PARK, FL 32073
Phone: 904/402-8673
Email: 1287615@androsysinc.hrmdirect.com
Website: www.androsysinc.com

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