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Director, Service Engineering

*****The primary work location will be in Nagoya,Japan.****

The Company Customer Support Director of Service Engineering is responsible for providing in-service technical support to customer airlines, leasing companies and authorized MROs for the servicing, repair, and continued safe operations of MRJ aircraft. The Service Engineering team supporting the Fleet Management organization is the primary Company interface to address all reliability and maintainability issues for the MRJ fleet. Additionally the Director of Service Engineering has prime responsibility for the Company 24x7 Operations Center which provides Customers and MROs with round the clock technical support to resolve AOGs and address performance deterioration which may impact operations as detected through Aircraft Health Monitoring. Service Engineering will work closely with Company Design Engineering and Regulatory Authorities to resolve in-service issues and improve fleet performance through the coordination and authoring of Service Bulletins and 8110 Authorized Repairs. Responsibilities include establishing deliverable commitments, establishing work priorities, creating the team and team structure, implementing work processes and process standards, implementing governance and communication processes, and the technical performance of the group.

Implement the Service Request processes and tools required to receive technical questions from customers, and coordinate and approve a timely, quality response. Create an archive of technical issues and responses.
Review every incoming technical request from each customer for its potential safety implication. Any potential safety issue will be coordinated with the MRJ Fleet Chief who will initiate the Lead Airline Process if required. The potential safety issue will be input into the 21-3 Continued Airworthiness Safety process.
Answer technical questions (e.g. “How does this system work?”, “We want to do [X], what will be the impact and is this acceptable?”, “Please confirm our understanding of the [X] document that the [part description] for our aircraft serial number [123] is part number [xyz]”). Coordination with Design Engineering and Suppliers as necessary.
Provide “fix” or “replace” recommendations based on cost and flow time.
Provide structural repair instructions and regulatory approvals (i.e. JCAB, FAA, EASA) for the repair when appropriate (e.g., 8110-9).
Participate in the Fleet Improvement Process (FIP) as directed by the MRJ Fleet Chief to identify solutions to chronic reliability performance issues and develop solutions for permanent fixes in both delivered and future production aircraft.
Coordinate with Company Design Engineering and Company Suppliers as required to solve “in service problems”.
Coordinate with Company Engineering and Suppliers on design changes necessary to retrofit delivered aircraft and improve future production aircraft based upon service experience or potential airworthiness issues identified during fleet operations.
With Design Engineering develop bill of material and work instruction content material for the accomplishment of Service Bulletins which is then provided to Service Bulletin technical writers for incorporation in forthcoming fleet Service Bulletins
Support the Continued Airworthiness Process, Safety Review Process (SRP) and Flight Safety Review Board.
Interact with Field Service and Operations Center (OPC) personnel to assist and address support issues or needs identified by either group.
Support AOG and Field Repair teams with on-site engineering support during aircraft recovery operations as requested by the field repair team.

The primary deliverables of Service Engineering include:
Completed Service Requests as entered in the MRJ Customer Portal in accordfance with established KPIs.
Repair instructions and regulatory approvals for repairs not covered by existing approved MRJ repair manuals (SRM).
Updates to the Fleet Improvement Team Digest based upon progress and status both Safety and Non-Safety SRP’s.
Service Bulletin work instruction content material.
Service Letters that provide important technical and maintenance information to the airlines. Note, a Service Letter does not authorize an airline to modify an airplane (it is not a regulatory approved document).
Skilled employees that will form the Service Engineering team, staff the Operations Center, and staff the Field Service team.

Qualified candidates must hold an engineering degree from an accredited Engineering School.
Candidates must have worked in commercial aerospace for an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), and have 5 or more years in senior leadership positions providing Service Engineering functions to commercial airline customers.
Candidates must have Regulatory (FAA/EASA/JCAB) coordination experience.
Candidates must have skills and experience managing Suppliers.

Job Number: 372468
Job Location: Bellevue, WA
Rate: TBD
Duration: 2 - 5 years
Start Date: ASAP
Input Date: 02/13/2017
Address: 11100 NE 8TH ST STE 800
City, State: BELLEVUE, WA 98004
Phone: 425/646-2688
Fax Phone: 425/635-7630

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