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Subject: Looking for Technical Data Manager for Fort Worth , Texas Immediate Opening..
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Date: 03/06/03 at 11:09 AM
Posted by: Shannon McKnight
Our client is a world - class provider of aerospace fluid connection products. Due to their continued growth, they are currently seeking a Technical Data Manager in Fort Worth, Texas to provide excellent service and management savvy regarding technical data. Must be highly motivated and possess an excellent work ethic. Our client offers an outstanding team atmosphere along with a great salary, commission and benefits package.
Resolution of customer design issues
Ensuring Product Engineering function remains in compliance with government and company regulations
Oversee Divisionís Document and Data Control System; including Configuration Management and Change Control System, Engineering Document Release System and Conversions
Conduct Monthly Engineering Meetings
Division liaison to the DOT FAA and Dod DSCC offices
Support the cycle-time reduction and lean engineering process.
Bachelors Degree in Mechanical or Manufacturing or comparable technical degree
Advanced Degree preferred
Minimum 4 years successful product and applications engineering experience
Configuration Control Management experience/training
Electronic Drafting skills (Inventor, CATIA v4, UNIGRAPHICS v 19 or AUTOCAD)
Experience with Aerospace standards: Aerospace Material Standards; and MIL Specifications Standards
If your qualifications meet the above criteria and you are looking for a rewarding and challenging career opportunity, please send us your resume as a Word attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org and please reference the Job ID number or Title along with your salary requirements. Resumes not received in Word format or without a Job Title or ID number will not be processed. Please DO NOT apply if you do not possess all of the above stated requirements. All response will be held in the strictest confidence.
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