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Supervisor - WPB Applied Sensor Engineer – Pratt & Whitney Engine Systems Engineering & Validation (SE-V)

West Palm Beach, Florida, USA

Job Description
Pratt & Whitney, a recognized leading producer of the world's most powerful jet engines, is looking for dedicated individuals to support its organization.

Pratt & Whitney Engine Systems Engineering & Validation (SE-V), is responsible for development of military and commercial jet engines at multiple test facilities. The Instrumentation cell within SE-V supports all aspects of instrumentation through assembly and test execution.

SE-V Instrumentation is looking for a West Palm Beach Sensor Engineering Supervisor to support all Pratt & Whitney military, commercial and industrial development engine programs. Sensor Engineers design and oversee execution of all applied instrumentation tasks for test engines in three major areas: Instrumentation Planning and Egress Design, Sensor Applications and Assembly Support, and Engine Instrumentation Dress and Termination.

Sensor Engineers are an integral part of the Engine Integrated Product Teams and must be able to handle rapidly changing requirements in a fast paced development atmosphere.

Responsibilities include:
•Manage WPB based team for PW Sensor Engineering;
•Foster the learning and professional development of sensor engineers;
•Planning and scheduling work to align with engine build L3 schedule requirements;
•Allocation of resources to support engine build and test priorities;
•Interface with internal and external validation customers;
•Work with department discipline chief to identify improvements to Engineering Standard Work;
•Use of ACE to identify opportunities to improve the tools, methods and processes used by all MSE Sensor Engineers; and
•Drive efforts to increase efficiency and minimize waste in organizational processes.

Education/certifications
Bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering with 6-10+ years of experience.
Master’s degree in mechanical engineering with 4-7+ years of experience.

Experience/qualifications
Sensor Applications or other instrumentation experience highly preferred.
Experience in development of gas turbine engines and engine part repair validation processes preferred.

The candidate must be able to manage multiple, simultaneous tasks, coordinate across organizational boundaries, motivate others to share goals, as well as possess excellent organization, communication and project management skills.

Candidate must also possess good interpersonal skills and be able to lead an engineering team working in a fast paced, dynamic environment. Proficiency with MS Office products including MS Project is expected.

EEO/AAP Statement
United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.

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