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Job Detail (EXPIRED): CH-47 Flight Engineer

View ALL AVIATION JOBS (last updated Sat, Feb 13, 2016 at 01:40 EST)
COMPANY: Boeing - Integrated Defense Systems DATE:
POSITION: CH-47 Flight Engineer
Flight Crew 3
Requisition Number: 09-1010582
Job Status: Activated -  Posting Type: Posted Internally and
Externally. -  Posting Status: Available  
Location   Ridley Park, PA  
Virtual Office/Telecommute?
(Things you should know about Virtual Office)   Virtual Work Not
Shift   First  
Business Unit   Integrated Defense Sys  
Division   Boeing Military Aircraft  
Program   Rotorcraft  
Occupation Title   Flight Crew  
Skills Management Title   Flight Engineer  
Job Classification   ACNLP3  
Job Type   Non-Management  
Experience Level   Career/Experienced  
Exemption Status   Exempt  
Union   No  
Security Clearance Required?
(Security Clearance definitions)   Ability to Obtain Interim and/or
Final Clearances (Post Start) - US Citizenship Required  
Work Eligibility Required?   Yes  
US Person Status Required?   Yes  
Export Control Required?   Yes  
Relocation Money Available?   No  
Date Posted   07/13/2009  
Closing Date
(Things you should know about closing dates)   08/03/2009  

Position Description  
Performs other than piloting essential in-flight duties on
experimental, engineering, production, ferry, repositioning, and
other flights. Assists the pilot during flight as a technical operating,
decision-making, and performing flight crew member. Analyzes
and troubleshoots discrepancies. Functions as a part of the
minimum operating crew when designated by regulatory or other
government documents in cases when the aircraft may not be
operated without the professional services of the flight crew
member. Makes decisions regarding aircraft systems, weapons
systems, flight environment, suitability for operation, and safety,
and coordinates these decisions with the pilot(s) during flight.
Develops engineering and flight crew member solutions to
technical ground and in-flight operational problems requiring
originality and extensive experience on multiple aircraft models or
types. . Demonstrates that aircraft meets production standards
prior to delivery. Applies specialized systems operational expertise
to develop and apply new and emerging technologies. Attends
Engineering meetings to assist in development of sustaining and
follow-on aircraft design operation and configuration work.
Evaluates system upgrades to facilitate product improvements.
Performs ground and flight tests at offsite locations. Interacts with
customers and regulatory agencies to ensure that modifications or
repairs meet contractual agreements and regulatory requirements.
Provides technical guidance to engineering and support personnel.
Integrates and coordinates flight operations activities with other
organizations. Represents the company at conferences with
customers, vendors, and subcontractors. Job requires military
qualification as appropriate to the assignment. Works under
general direction.  


[ + ] Adaptability
Understands changes in own and others' work and situations; may
be asked to explain the logic or basis for change to less
experienced employees; actively seeks information about changes
affecting own and fellow employees' jobs. Treats changes and new
situations as opportunities for learning or growth; focuses on the
beneficial aspects of change; speaks positively about the change to
fellow interorganizational employees and occasionally to external
customers. Quickly modifies behavior to deal effectively with
changes in the work environment; readily tries new approaches
appropriate for new or changed situations; does not persist with
ineffective behaviors.

[ + ] Coaching/Teaching
Clarifies expected behaviors, knowledge, and level of proficiency
by seeking and giving information and checking for understanding.
Provides instruction, positive modeling, and opportunities for
observation in order to help fellow work group members, internal
employees and occasionally external customers develop skills;
encourages questions to ensure understanding. Gives timely,
appropriate feedback on performance; reinforces efforts and
progress. Establishes good interpersonal relationships by helping
fellow work group members, internal employees and occasionally
external customers, feel valued, appreciated, and included in

[ + ] Communication
Clarifies purpose and importance; stresses major points; follows a
logical sequence. Keeps the audience engaged through use of
techniques such as analogies, illustrations, humor, an appealing
style, body language, and voice inflection. Frames the message in
line with audience experience, background, and expectations; uses
terms, examples, and analogies that are meaningful to the
audience. Seeks input from audience; checks understanding;
presents message in different ways to enhance understanding.
Uses syntax, pace, volume, diction, and mechanics appropriate to
the media being used. Accurately interprets messages from others
and responds appropriately.

[ + ] Customer Focus
Makes customers and their needs a primary focus of one's actions;
develops and sustains productive customer relationships; uses
information to understand customers' circumstances, problems,
expectations, and needs; periodically becomes involved in sharing
information with customers to build their understanding of issues
and capabilities; considers how actions or plans will affect
customers; responds quickly to meet customer needs and resolve
problems; assists higher graded employees and/or project team
leaders in implementing ways to monitor and evaluate customer
concerns, issues, and satisfaction and to anticipate customer needs.


[ + ] Aircraft Weight/Cargo
Complete knowledge of weight and balance calculations, theory
and definitions.

[ + ] Flight Safety
Complete knowledge of company and industry safety initiatives
and strategies to reduce the world aircraft accident rate.
Knowledge of operational flight safety, including industry-wide
current safety topics (e.g., approach and landing, upset, Controlled
Flight into Terrain [CFIT]).

Typical Education/Experience  
Bachelor's and typically 6 or more years' related work experience,
a Master's degree and typically 4 or more years' related work
experience or an equivalent combination of education and

Other Job related information  
Must be a graduate of the U.S. Army CH-47 Flight Engineer
Instructors Course. Prefer 5 to 8 years company or related
industry experience. Desired, 1000 hours of Flight Engineer time in
the CH-47 series of aircraft. Must have the ability to obtain a FAA
(Federal Aviation Administration) Class 2 Flight Physical prior to
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