NDT 3 Deputy Program Manager
Dassault Falcon Jet •
Dassault Falcon Jet, one of the most sought after brands in business aviation is seeking a Level 3 Non Destructive Testing (NDT) Engineer to serve as our Deputy Nondestructive Testing Program Manager.
Under the direction of the NDT Program Manager, the Deputy NDT Program Manager will serve as a Level 3 NDT Engineer and is responsible for assisting the Program Manager (PM) with administrative, technical and managerial duties relating to NDT activities. This position will work with service centers, operators, and company personnel to collect and share critical information, data, and key performance indicators to drive new initiatives and improve overall customer satisfaction.
Summary of Duties
Assist the Program Manager in the performance and execution of:
Monitoring NDT programs to determine that the programs are meeting objectives.Identifying and investigating NDT technical issues.NDT audits of ASCs and NDT providers.Facilitation, administration and logistics efforts required for NDT training events.Providing liaison with field technicians, various engineering organizations and DA.Representing DFJ to industry organizations such as AIA, ASNT, ASTM, etc.Collecting, developing, and transmitting to Dassault Aviation documentation changes and proposals, and monitor and report their implementationSpecial projects as assigned by management.Stay abreast of new nondestructive testing equipment and techniques.tay current on ISO-TQIP issues affecting the quality management system
3-7 years NDT field experience in aviation.Bachelor’s degree (preferably in aerospace, engineering or a science related discipline)NAS-410 Level 3 in eddy current and ultrasonicsFamiliarity with Federal Aviation Regulations as they relate to NDT disciplines, procedures and functionsMust possess well developed critical thinking, logic, and analytical skillsExcellent written and verbal communication skills, to include the ability to read, write, speak, and understand the English language, e.g., to read, interpret, and explain documents such as aviation regulations, safety rules, installation and operating instructions, maintenance publications and procedures, and to write defect and repair statementsStrong interpersonal skills, and the ability to work effectively both independently, and within a team environmentDemonstrated extensive experience and competency with the following software: MS Outlook, MS Office Word, MS Office Excel, MS Office PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat
Additional Desired Qualifications
FAA airframe and powerplant license and/or pilot licenseNAS-410 Level 3 in Penetrant, magnetic particle, and radiographyStructural/Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering or Physics degreeAir Force or Naval aviation experienceFrench/English bi-lingual, and familiarity with the French culture through first-hand experience, is desired.
Physical Demands and Working Environment
Typical office environment, heat and air conditioning, occasional overtime and work on weekends required to meet project schedules and/or deadlines. Occasional hands-on work performed on aircraft in hangars and/or ramp with associated lifting (up to 75 lbs). Must be able to walk long distances, climb, and kneel for extended periods. Must meet vision requirements of NAS-410. Domestic and international travel.
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