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Within the ATR Program division in Toulouse, you will join the Production Support department which is responsible for technical support for aircraft production on the FAL (lines A, line B, Flight Line). Within the context of the production ramp-up for the ATR aircraft (42 and 72), the Production Support department is looking for a systems specialist to strengthen its technical support team.
You will work on the Airbus Saint-Martin site, interfacing with Production, Quality and Engineering. Your main tasks will include:
• Providing technical support throughout the aircraft production cycle
• Provide technical solutions in the framework of non-conformities (NC), and perform a follow-up and analysis of the recurring points, in collaboration with the quality, the engineering center of competences, the suppliers and the partners (Airbus, Leonardo).
• Ensuring conformity with the design objectives in the context of the production cycle
• Dealing with events reported by Quality (non-conformities, queries, assembly anomalies) and following up and analyzing recurring points in cooperation with the Engineering specialists
• Maintaining the interface with the Engineering specialists from different functions
Your main activities will consist in:
• To daily support the production and quality throughout the aircraft assembly process in FAL, for system topics (hydro-mechanical, powerplant, air system, avionics, electrical).
• Analyzing and answering questions raised by Quality (non-conformities), identifying recurring items and proposing solutions
• Ensuring follow-up of queries and creating concessions in coordination with the Systems Engineering specialists
• Participating in production progress meetings
• Managing priorities in collaboration with the FAL
• To ensure the technical interface with customers during the aircraft delivery process.
Since the activity is related to production needs, on-call duties may be required: On-site (weekends and bank holidays), or by phone (evenings and weekends) during ACT periods. Shift work will be required (between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.)
As the successful candidate, you will be able to demonstrate some of the following competencies:
- Qualified engineer (or equivalent), specializing in aeronautical structures
- At least 5 years of experience in a similar role
- MAP experience
- Background in system domain including trouble-shooting
- Good knowledge of aircraft systems design, knowledge of certification needs/constraints for system modifications
- Knowledge of industrial processes on the FAL
- Good relationship and ability to communicate with customers and colleagues
- Capacity to present, to explain an issue and to propose a solution
Specific knowledge of:
• Industrial drawings
• Aeronautical standards and applicable regulations
• Aircraft documentation (SRM, IPC, ASM, AWM, JIC, etc.), architecture of drawing sets
• Aircraft assembly and manufacturing means and processes
• Mechanics, material resistance, damage processes
• Rigorous, autonomous, reactivity and availability
• Synthesis attitude
• Team spirit
• Customer oriented mindset
• Continuous improvement mindset
• Good interpersonal skills, autonomy, initiative
- IT skills: SAP PGI, PAC, Office suite (Excel, Word, PPT). Knowledge of CATIA V5 would be a plus.
- Meticulousness, autonomy, ability to create and maintain a network of contacts, good summarizing and reporting skills, team spirit
- French: negotiation level.
- English: negotiation level.
- Italian: would be a plus