Senior Propulsion Engineer

Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
Business Unit
Secret Required


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i3 has an exciting opportunity for a Journeyman Propulsion Engineer in Huntsville, AL to serve provide technical, liaison and program management services for the ATE T700/T55 Product Office (PdO).


  • Serve as a Propulsion Engineer providing technical, liaison and program management services for the ATE T700/T55 Product Office (PdO).
  • Support the planning and execution of electrical, mechanical, aerospace, propulsion, integration, and software engineering activities.
  • Support technical and program management efforts related to the development and acquisition of turbine engines and turbine engine improvements.
  • Prepare Statement of Work and Requests for Information papers for future engine projects.
  • Support the coordination, development, review and approval of analyses and trade studies, AWCF Program funding requests, and sustainment engineering efforts.
  • Review Changes in Design, Engineering Change Notices, Engineering Change Proposals and maintenance procedures as they relate to the power plant system of the H-47 helicopters and planned future vertical lift platforms.
  • Review technical manual changes, Safety of Flight Messages, Aviation Safety Action Messages, and Maintenance Information Messages (MIM’s).
  • Provide interface and liaison between the Systems Readiness Directorate Airworthiness and the T700/T55 PdO.


  • Master's degree in engineering or similar discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years of relevant work/job experience.
  • Secret Security Clearance required.
  • Experience and knowledge of aviation propulsion systems, drive systems, and subsystems and components.
  • Experience with the principles of gas turbine engine operation, engine controls, and engine to airframe integration.
  • Experience in Program Management, knowledge of contract actions/SOWs/CDRLs and Integrated Master Schedules.
  • Knowledge of and experience with the development, airworthiness qualification, integration, system level qualification, reliability and maintainability, fielding, testing, and sustainment of engines and engine subsystems for Army aircraft.
  • Review and tasking of CDRLS deliveries to external agencies and generating comment resolution memorandums.
  • Ability to develop strong working relationships with ATE personnel and management and contemporary organizations and contract partners.
  • Ability to represent ATE requirements while supporting other PEO Aviation Acquisition Projects.
  • Ability to manage complex developmental and engineering projects, work effectively with others and manage multiple projects simultaneously.


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