|Job Ref:||38516||Employer:||Goodrich||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Country:||United Arab Emirates||City:||Dubai||Address:||Post Date:||13/10/2016 05:06|
Regional technical support is required for UTAS wheel and brake customers in the Middle East, Russia, India and Indian Subcontinent. Responsibility requirement for this position is to provide continued support to UTAS airline customers and MRO's in the regions. The fundamental prerequisite is to maintain high customer support levels for future tech sales campaigns in the regions. The key necessity is being a good communicator and relationship builder.|
Provide technical support and problem solving for aircraft wheels & brakes, brake- systems, and wheel and brake repair and overhaul activities.
Perform initial investigations (fact gathering) of airline wheel and brake problem reports. Assist with technical problem analysis (root cause identification and implementation of corrective actions).
Support Regional FSR with Landing gear structural interventions as required
Conduct maintenance training for airline and maintenance shop personnel.
Gather and report component reliability data.
Provide warranty claim support by investigating claims and issuing scrap certificates.
Support airline Regional Business Managers and sales teams.
Conduct consignment stock audits at customer sites as required. Organize and support UTAS senior management visits to the regions Provide front level support to Customer Support Engineering based in head office. Serve as local expert for 787 Test Equipment Serve as local expert for 787 Test Equipment (BSTR, WBA testers, etc) as well as other UTAS equipped platforms.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree: Mechanical, Electrical, Systems, or Aerospace Engineering. Minimum 4 years experience with design and/or maintenance of: aircraft, aircraft systems or aircraft appliances. Landing gear experience considered an asset
BS degree and Ten (10) years experience. Speaks Arabic and or Indian languages.
Previous exposure to airline maintenance activities.
Technically familiar with aircraft wheels and brakes.