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MRB Liaison Engineer Urgent

Mississauga, Ontario
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About MHI Canada Aerospace

MHI Canada Aerospace, a subsidiary of Japan-based Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, assembles major airframe components such as wings and fuselage for Bombardier Aerospace, specifically for the Global Express and the Challenger 350, both high speed business jets.

Scope of Position:

Reporting to the Chief Liaison Engineer, the MRB Liaison Engineer is the intermediate representative in the group, responsible for repairs required during the manufacture of the airplane. The Liaison Engineer has the responsibility and authority to perform Material Review Board (MRB) duties and provides Engineering support to all organizations engaged in the design, development, publication, assembly, test, installation, delivery, and repair of products. When any problem with the aircraft structure is reported to him/her, the Liaison Engineer must find a solution, with or without any assistance from a senior member of the Liaison Engineering group, and raises the necessary documentation to overcome the problem quickly and efficiently. In this position, he/she is the authority in repair and/or salvage dispositions with respect to Engineering specifications, concepts and integrity of design. He/she is authorized to sign for a disposition on behalf of the Engineering department. The problems encountered in this position require the incumbent to work closely with all specialists within Engineering, such as Design, Stress, Materials Technology and others as required.

Position Summary:

  • Designs and analyzes the disposition of repairs for structural non-conformances in a timely manner to restore design integrity.
  • Rapidly designs repairs based on equivalent strength/stiffness of surrounding structure while in a schedule-driven environment.
  • Adheres to company material review board (MRB) and quality assurance (QA) procedures.
  • Interacts with inspectors, shop mechanics, other engineering disciplines and management as required.
  • Maintains a current and up-to-date knowledge of developments in aircraft structures in order to recommend innovations to improve the quality, economy, and effectiveness of company products.
  • Investigates, analyzes and determines solutions for Manufacturing and Engineering problems that may hinder or prevent the assembly or function of components, based on the principles of aeronautical design, including function, serviceability, cost, schedule, material processes and assembly limitations.
  • Provides written instructions when required by Material Review policies to restore non-conforming parts and assemblies to the originally designed product integrity and quality.
  • Interprets Engineering drawing, specifications, policies and philosophies.
  • Obtains Engineering expert advice and assent on fixes and repairs affecting original Engineering philosophy and requirements.
  • Assists Manufacturing and related departments in an advisory capacity in Methods processes, cost and schedule improvements.
  • Maintains close co-ordination with and fosters teamwork with all departments within the Company, in particular, with Operations and Engineering.
  • Investigates, analyzes and provides solutions for corrective action requests involving Engineering.
  • Pursues a personal development program to maintain a competence level consistent with state-of-the-art and improvements in fields related to Liaison activities.
  • Provides the Supervisor with current information pertaining to Manufacturing changes, problems or any other matters of significance to the group.
  • Advises the Supervisor on manufacturing problems affecting aircraft already delivered to customers and on problems affecting the safety of the aircraft in general.
  • Informs Design Engineering of any feature in the design which could affect safety or makes proper assembly near impossible.
  • Assists junior Liaison Engineering personnel assigned to his area.
  • Carries out other assignments as directed.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Competence in Basic Stress Analysis.
  • Excellent knowledge of aircraft structures and systems installation technical requirements.
  • Thorough knowledge of aircraft materials and hardware, company practices and standards, as well as aeronautical Engineering standards and specifications.
  • Competence in Catia V4, V5 and/or AutoCAD to a Level sufficient to perform the day to day Tasks.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, coupled with a high sense of commitment, and a willingness to accept responsibilities while acting independently in a high-pressure partner/supplier team environment.

Education and Experience:

  • Graduate of a recognized technical institute, college, or university, majoring in Engineering.
  • Minimum five years’ MRB experience in Liaison Engineering, preferably on Bombardier Programs.
  • Design experience in Aerospace considered an asset.

Key Measurements of the Position

  • Maintain professionalism
  • Ability to accomplish duties required effectively and efficiently.
  • Ability to deal with added day to day issues and concerns.

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About Us MHI Canada Aerospace, Inc. (MHICA), a group company of MItsubishi Heavy Industries, is a Tier 1 manufacturer of major aircraft structures and assemblies, based in Mississauga, Ontario. Over the past decade, MHICA has built more than aircraft components, it has built a recognized worldwide reputation for capacity, precision, on-time delivery and excellence. MHICA's facilities include a 270,000 sq ft state-of-the-art manufacture and assembly facility and a 70,000 sq ft supply chain and logistics centre, where more than 800 highly-skilled employees are working on Bombardier's sector-leading Global 5000/6000 and Challenger 350 business aircraft. MHICA's technicians build and join wing assemblies and fuselage centre sections, as well as perform systems and flight control assembly installations and testing. Building complex aircraft structures at the highest levels requires a full and well-managed inventory. MHICA's logistics centre ensures the stable and on-time delivery of materials, sub-assemblies and tooling needed for continuous and fluid assembly. Our Supply Chain and Logistics Centre sources materials and manages more than 100 supply chain partners from across North America. MHCIA conducts quality control and inspections of incoming components and materials, assembles work kits and warehouses the inventory that keeps our assembly facility running smoothly. MHICA is a world leader in large scale automated drilling/fastening/sealing of wing and fuselage major assemblies. MHICA also has developed and incorporated flex cell technology that allows our major assembly jigs to be re-configured for a wide variety of current and future aircraft platforms. Flex cell technology includes Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) for major assemblies. MHICA’s smart shop floor technology provides real-time situational awareness of detail parts, sub-assemblies and major assemblies. MHI Canada Aerospace, Inc looks to the future and the development of new partnerships with leading aerospace manufacturers. For more information about MHICA's skilled workforce, logistics centre, and world-class assembly facilities, please contact us at 905-612-8131 Company details Website Headquarters Mississsauga, Ontario Year founded 2006 Company type Privately Held Company size 501-1,000 employees

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