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Maintenance Engineer


The primary tasking of this position will be to provide engineering technical support for the MRS airframe /components and will analyze and monitor fleet issues to provide the Government with the necessary data to make business decisions.  The Maintenance Engineer will also assist the Engineering Officer, Maintenance Officer and other Government employees in support of engineering, maintenance and logistical issues.


  • Perform analysis on fleet issues and evaluate post PDM performance of fleet aircraft.
  • Research maintenance/logistics issues, assess aircraft fleet conditions, and provide technical data packages for the support of Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM), Supply Chain Management, Technical Services, Production Support, drop-in maintenance, Conversion Sustainment Program, and major improvement programs.
  • In addition to supporting production, supply, technical services and the maintenance program through research and analysis of various maintenance and supply issues, the contractor will be responsible for completing one time and reoccurring reports, status charts, data calls, and presentations needed to convey information to Product Line senior management, ALC Command Cadre and USCG Headquarters personnel.
  • Analyzes statistical data and reports to determine trends, conformance to standards/directives and efficiency of operations.
  • Due to the fact that reports and analyses are used to make program management, airworthiness and production scheduling decisions, all work done by the contractor must be based on the most current and accurate information available.
  • Run all reports and collect all information independently using a Coast Guard enterprise data system such as ALMIS, AMMIS and ACMS, the OEM manuals located in the MRS office space and the ATIMS/TMAPS systems.
  • Provide engineering technical support for the airframe and components when tasked by the Government. This Technical/Logistics support shall include, but is not limited to: tracking service life limits, forecasting strategic buys of new parts, initiating reverse engineering of existing equipment base long lead times and obsolescence; engineering investigations for component reliability and product improvement; formulation of Integrated Logistics Support Plans (ILSP) and other logistics-related studies in support of existing and new systems; performance of product feasibility, failure mode, and trend analyses; technology upgrade investigations; and systems enhancement studies.
  • Before obtaining information from a non Coast Guard data system, manuals not maintained by the Product Line or other entity outside of the  Product Line Technical Services Staff the contractor shall inform and receive concurrence from the COR.
  • Prepare ALL Engineering documents including packages for Aircraft Configuration Control Board (ACCB) IAW Process Guide CGTO-PG-85-00-70-A, and Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO) IAW Process Guide CGTO PG-85-00-40-A, for Engineering Officer final approval.
  • Prepare corrosion and damage maps for MRR aircraft.
  • Develop detailed aircraft repair schemes for review and signature by Product Line Engineering Officer.
  • Participate and manage Airframe Health studies, on outgoing years on aging Airframes.
  • Have a BS in one of the following fields: 1) Engineering; 2) Aeronautical Maintenance Management, with a proven work history of Aeronautical structures evaluation and repair (i.e. Boeing structural repair course) or 3) Any STEM degree (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) with proven work history of Aeronautical structures evaluation and repair (i.e. Boeing structural repair course)
  • Experience in aircraft maintenance and/or systems support. Prior experience with operating, maintaining, or supporting USCG aircraft is desired. At a minimum 5 years of practical experience in aircraft maintenance management, project management and technical support for aircraft systems/subsystems is required.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills.
  • Strong analytical, problem solving, organizational, and planning skills.
  • Ability to prioritize and organize work in a multitasked environment.
  • Ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality.
  • Ability to objectively view and effectively explain an issue or resolution from an end-user/customer/business perspective.
  • Technical Capability to deal with aircraft upgrades and aging aircraft sustainment issues. Previous experience with new component integration planning, developing sustainment strategies and system upgrades is desired.
  • Technical experience with all airframe components and technical publications on USCG airframe. Emphasis will be placed on technical experience with aircraft structures, engines and dynamic systems Specific training on USCG aircraft systems is desired.  As a minimum, 5 years of practical experience.
  • Technical experience with conducting maintenance analyses, assisting in reliability centered maintenance (RCM) analyses, rapid prototyping and special projects. As a minimum, 5 years of practical experience.
  • Ability to conduct research using Coast Guard enterprise data systems such as ALMIS, AMMIS and ACMS and ATIMS/TMAPS systems and collate/present findings using the programs contained in the Microsoft Office Suite. As a minimum, 5 years of practical experience.
  •  Public Trust Security Clearance   


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Suffolk, Virginia
United States
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