United States of America
PW223: Eglin Air Force Base 1109 Luton Drive Bldg 1318 , Eglin AFB, FL, 32542 USA
Flight is an instrument of human progress. It not only gets people where they want to go, it carries humanity to places it never thought possible.
The sky has no limits.
At Pratt & Whitney, we work with an explorer's heart and a perfectionist's grit to build jet engines that turn potential into reality. We enable passenger planes to soar quietly over our cities and power jets as nimble as birds to defend our freedom. Alongside developing technologies that challenge the status quo, we've built an environment where each and every employee is valued.
We are fueled by people like you that bring passion, teamwork and leadership to everything they do at work or in the community.
As part of it all, you'll have ample opportunity to use your extraordinary skills to craft the future of flight and build a truly rewarding career in the process
Are you willing to make a difference in your career?
We are a global leader in aviation propulsion and we are behind many of the major advances in both military and commercial engines. We design, manufacture and service aircraft engines, auxiliary and ground power units, and small turbojet propulsion products.
If you want to continue growing and training others in jet engine maintenance, we'd love to hear from you!
Learn more about our new rare opportunity for a Military Instructor based at Eglin Air Force base in Sunny Valparaiso, Florida - near Destin-Fort Walton Beach. - 2 1/2 hours from Tallahassee.
Your expected travel would be about 20%
Typical responsibilities will include:
Ensure domestic and international maintenance technicians maintain their engines properly by: Providing academic and hands-on training on the Pratt & Whitney F135 engine at the F-35 Academic Training Center (ATC), Eglin AFB, FL and Training at various locations within the continental US on F119 and F100 engines
Conduct preventive and corrective maintenance on training engines, training devices, support equipment, and hand tools
Track part replacement orders through arrival and installation
Remain within the limits of export licenses when conducting training with non-US students
Maintain all required training and export records in a continuously auditable condition
5 - 10 + years as a low-bypass military jet engine mechanic
Confident presenting technical information in front of various sized audiences
Prior military jet engine instructor (NEC 9502 or AFSC 8T000)
Airframe and Powerplant License (A&P)
Experience working with international customers
Proven superior communication and presentation skills
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