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City:Arnold Air Force Base
Zip:37389

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Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA), a joint venture of Jacobs Engineering, PAE, and GP Strategies, provides operations, maintenance, and support services at the Air Force's Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Arnold Air Force Base, TN.

AEDC is the nation's largest complex of flight simulation test facilities. This $11 billion complex includes 58 aerospace test facilities with the ability to simulate flight from subsonic to hypersonic speeds at altitudes from sea-level to space. Twenty-seven of the complex's facilities are unique in the United States; fourteen are unique in the world.




This position is for an Entry-Level Mechanical/Aerospace Engineer.


* Work with some technical oversight from senior engineers on the planning, design, installation, and testing of a variety of turbine engines in altitude and sea level test cells, providing engineering expertise to accomplish mechanical maintenance of those facilities and their supporting systems.

* Work with a broad range of test cell and engine support systems required to provide simulated flight conditions.

* Test cell systems include process air, service air, steam, gaseous nitrogen, high pressure air, JP fuel, raw and potable cooling water systems, hydraulic systems and thrust measurement systems.

* The test engineer will have the overall responsibility of directing tests in propulsion test cells and responding to unexpected events during the test.

* The test engineer will direct operation of the test article and facility to satisfy specified test objectives; will be in direct communication with the project engineer, the test article manufacturer representative, Plant personnel, and Air Force personnel during the test; while directing the work of technicians, test facility operators, and other engineers to accomplish the test objectives.

* Duties between tests include providing technical leadership to test facility craftsmen in the form of written work instructions / work orders; planning and design support to new test installations or investment projects; estimating labor and resources to execute test, maintenance, or investment tasks; interfacing with outside design, fabrication, and installation crews; formulating test article installation sequences and schedules; setting up preventive maintenance for systems; performing configuration management of systems; writing system safety hazard analyses and operational work instructions.

* Varying test workloads may dictate that the employee perform similar functions in other AEDC test facilities (flight systems, space & missiles, as well as other turbine test cells).

* It is a condition of employment to wear company issued PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in accordance with supervisory direction and company policy.

* Performs other related duties as required.




* B.S. degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering from accredited university.

* M.S. degree or additional graduate-level coursework in an engineering or engineering management discipline is a plus.

* Must have excellent written and oral communications skills.

* Proficiency with Microsoft Office software package is desired.

* Engineering Intern / co-op experience and/or other experience in test or aerospace/industrial setting is desired.

* Propulsion test experience is desired.

* Applicant must be willing and able to work on any shift (including third) as test schedules dictate.




# Unusual or Special Physical Requirements of Position

1. May be required to work in areas of high noise levels = 10%

2. Lifting , up to 40 lbs. = 15%

3. Carrying, up to 25 lbs. = 15%

4. Reaching above shoulders - daily = 10%

5. Use of fingers = 100%

6. Both hands required = 100%

7. Both legs required = 100%

8. Ability to distinguish basic colors = 100%

9. Hearing required = 100%

10 Vision (Corrected) = 100%

11. Must be able to use respiratory protection = 30%




1. The work environment requires the ability to cooperate, work in teams and work well with individuals at all levels of the company, the client, and outside users. = 100%

2. The nature of the work requires the ability to communicate clearly. = 100%

3. May be required to sit for extended periods of time. = 85%

4. Use of personal transportation for travel within the AEDC area and Company-provided transportation to other users’ facilities. = 100%




1. Must have the ability to use PC and associated equipment on a daily basis. = 60%

2. Use of the telephone is required. = 40%

3. Use of other general office equipment. = 10%




Regular attendance is essential to the efficient operation of ATA and is a necessary condition of employment. Each employee will be expected to adhere to the work schedule established by his/her supervisor and comply with the company’s attendance policy. Extra hours are required to meet work schedules at an approximate rate of 35-40%. Employees are expected to report to work at the scheduled time, return from breaks promptly, and depart work not earlier than the end of the scheduled day. Compliance with safety rules and safe work practices is an essential function of the job.




1. Must be able to work in a team atmosphere.

2. Must put forward a professional behavior that enhances productivity and promotes teamwork and cooperation.

3. Grooming and dress must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety risk/hazard to the employee or others.

SECURITY:

Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance and to obtain and maintain access to the AEDC local area computer network.


*ID:* 14461
*Requisition Type:* Opening
*Duration:* Full Time
*Overview:*

Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA), a joint venture of Jacobs Engineering, PAE, and GP Strategies, provides operations, maintenance, and support services at the Air Force's Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Arnold Air Force Base, TN.

AEDC is the nation's largest complex of flight simulation test facilities. This $11 billion complex includes 58 aerospace test facilities with the ability to simulate flight from subsonic to hypersonic speeds at altitudes from sea-level to space. Twenty-seven of the complex's facilities are unique in the United States; fourteen are unique in the world.


*Responsibilities:*

This position is for an Entry-Level Mechanical/Aerospace Engineer.


* Work with some technical oversight from senior engineers on the planning, design, installation, and testing of a variety of turbine engines in altitude and sea level test cells, providing engineering expertise to accomplish mechanical maintenance of those facilities and their supporting systems.

* Work with a broad range of test cell and engine support systems required to provide simulated flight conditions.

* Test cell systems include process air, service air, steam, gaseous nitrogen, high pressure air, JP fuel, raw and potable cooling water systems, hydraulic systems and thrust measurement systems.

* The test engineer will have the overall responsibility of directing tests in propulsion test cells and responding to unexpected events during the test.

* The test engineer will direct operation of the test article and facility to satisfy specified test objectives; will be in direct communication with the project engineer, the test article manufacturer representative, Plant personnel, and Air Force personnel during the test; while directing the work of technicians, test facility operators, and other engineers to accomplish the test objectives.

* Duties between tests include providing technical leadership to test facility craftsmen in the form of written work instructions / work orders; planning and design support to new test installations or investment projects; estimating labor and resources to execute test, maintenance, or investment tasks; interfacing with outside design, fabrication, and installation crews; formulating test article installation sequences and schedules; setting up preventive maintenance for systems; performing configuration management of systems; writing system safety hazard analyses and operational work instructions.

* Varying test workloads may dictate that the employee perform similar functions in other AEDC test facilities (flight systems, space & missiles, as well as other turbine test cells).

* It is a condition of employment to wear company issued PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in accordance with supervisory direction and company policy.

* Performs other related duties as required.

*Qualifications:

* B.S. degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering from accredited university.

* M.S. degree or additional graduate-level coursework in an engineering or engineering management discipline is a plus.

* Must have excellent written and oral communications skills.

* Proficiency with Microsoft Office software package is desired.

* Engineering Intern / co-op experience and/or other experience in test or aerospace/industrial setting is desired.

* Propulsion test experience is desired.

* Applicant must be willing and able to work on any shift (including third) as test schedules dictate.


*Physical Requirements:*

# Unusual or Special Physical Requirements of Position

1. May be required to work in areas of high noise levels = 10%

2. Lifting , up to 40 lbs. = 15%

3. Carrying, up to 25 lbs. = 15%

4. Reaching above shoulders - daily = 10%

5. Use of fingers = 100%

6. Both hands required = 100%

7. Both legs required = 100%

8. Ability to distinguish basic colors = 100%

9. Hearing required = 100%

10 Vision (Corrected) = 100%

11. Must be able to use respiratory protection = 30%


*Work Environment:*

1. The work environment requires the ability to cooperate, work in teams and work well with individuals at all levels of the company, the client, and outside users. = 100%

2. The nature of the work requires the ability to communicate clearly. = 100%

3. May be required to sit for extended periods of time. = 85%

4. Use of personal transportation for travel within the AEDC area and Company-provided transportation to other users’ facilities. = 100%


*Equipment and Machines:*

1. Must have the ability to use PC and associated equipment on a daily basis. = 60%

2. Use of the telephone is required. = 40%

3. Use of other general office equipment. = 10%


*Attendance:*

Regular attendance is essential to the efficient operation of ATA and is a necessary condition of employment. Each employee will be expected to adhere to the work schedule established by his/her supervisor and comply with the company’s attendance policy. Extra hours are required to meet work schedules at an approximate rate of 35-40%. Employees are expected to report to work at the scheduled time, return from breaks promptly, and depart work not earlier than the end of the scheduled day. Compliance with safety rules and safe work practices is an essential function of the job.


*Other Essential Functions:*

1. Must be able to work in a team atmosphere.

2. Must put forward a professional behavior that enhances productivity and promotes teamwork and cooperation.

3. Grooming and dress must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety risk/hazard to the employee or others.

SECURITY:

Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance and to obtain and maintain access to the AEDC local area computer network.


*Date:* 2013-09-05
*Country:* US
*State:* TN
*City:* Arnold Air Force Base
*Postal Code:

* Category:* ATA
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