Pratt & Whitney is looking for dedicated and diverse individuals to become part of our engineering organization. If you want to work in a dynamic, challenging environment and possess the motivation to incorporate new ideas into practice, this may be the opportunity for you. Hot Section Engineering is responsible for all of the engineering activities for the combustor and turbines across all of PW's military and commercial products including the highly successful Geared Turbofan (GTF) family of engines, and hot gas exhaust systems on military applications like the F-15, F-16, F-22 Raptor, F-35 Lightning II Fighter aircraft and the B-21 Raider, which is the new Bomber program. We specifically are looking for experienced engineers to be mechanical design engineers to be a part of module level teams which we call Component Integrated Product Teams (CIPTs) that support each of our product lines. These positions are individual contributor positions and will have very good communication and problem solving skills and serve as the overall integrator for any part design. Experienced mechanical design engineers may lead a team of engineers in developing conceptual, preliminary, and detailed designs of gas turbine engines; be responsible for the configuration; meet cost, weight, and production requirements; participate on or lead multidisciplinary integrated product teams (IPTs) to develop and produce new hardware or to improve existing designs; and support design reviews and provide production and field technical support. The engineers in these positions will interact with internal and external customers. You will be capable of generating free body load diagrams, performing hand calculations and performing structural analyses to assess new designs or proposed changes to existing designs. If you have the drive, skills, and experience to be part of PW's bright future - Please apply today!
East Hartford, CT or West Palm Beach, FL
Pratt &Amp; Whitney