LocationLas Vegas, NV
The Powerplant Engineer is responsible for the creation and management of short term and long term safety and reliability maintenance programs for the CFM56 engine, the Honeywell 131-9A APU, and the associated components on the powerplant.
Visa Sponsorship Available
Combination of Education and Experience will be considered. Must be authorized to work in the US as defined by the Immigration Act of 1986. Must pass a Criminal Background Check.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Education Details: In Aeronautical, Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university.
Years of Experience: Minimum two (2) years of engineering experience or a minimum or ten (10) years of engine technical experience.
• A&P License – Airframe and Power Plant License preferred but not required.
• Certification from GE for Powerplant Engineer and Diagnostics is preferred by not required.
• Certification from Honeywell for 131-9A APU is preferred but not required.
• Understanding of Finance and Capital Expenditure processes is preferred but not required.
• Intermediate to strong-knowledge of CFM56-5B Engine.
• Intermediate to strong-knowledge of the Honeywell 131-9A APU.
• Strong ability interpret FAA documentation, manufacturer manuals, bulletins, parts catelogs, etc.
• Knowledge of and ability to research and audit engine and APU records.
• Knowledge and ability to draft engineering documents.
• Develop engineering paperwork to interpret FAA Airworthiness Directives and Manufacturer bulletins.
• Prepare vendor repair/overhaul instructions and develop work scopes for engines removed for shop visits.
• Assist Line Operations in troubleshooting engines and APUs and recommend course of action,
• Co-ordinate with the Reliability Department to identify chronic aircraft problems and propose solutions.
• Development maintenance and reliability programs from QEC and LRUs attached to engines and APUs to improve reliability.
• Provide data for incorporation of modifications into IPC, Wiring Diagrams, Maintenance Manuals and/or Engine Repair/overhaul Manuals.
• Other duties as assigned.
The Physical Demands and Work Environment described here are a representative of those that must be met by a Team Member to successfully perform the essential functions of the role. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the role.
Office - While performing the duties of this job, the Team Member is regularly required to stand, sit, talk, hear, see, reach, stoop, kneel, and use hands and fingers to operate a computer, key board, printer, and phone. May be required to lift, push, pull, or carry up to 20 lbs. May be required to work various shifts/days in a 24-hour situation. Regular attendance is a requirement of the role. Exposure to moderate noise (i.e. business office with computers, phones, printers, and foot traffic), temperature and light fluctuations. Ability to work in a confined area as well as the ability to sit at a computer terminal for an extended period of time. Some travel may be a requirement of the role.
Essential Services Provider
Allegiant as a national air carrier is deemed an essential service provider during declared national and state emergencies. Team Members will be required to report to their assigned trip or work location during national and state emergencies unless prohibited by local, state or federal order
Equal Opportunity Employer: Disability/Veteran
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People of color, women, LGBTQIA+, immigrants, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.