Reviews technical documents such as changes in design and service
bulletins used to make changes to illustrated part catalogs/breakdowns. Must communicate
clearly and effectively while following all technical specifications and
instructions. Acquires subject knowledge
by referring to technical specifications, blueprints, engineering
illustrations, and 3D engine models.
Oversees preparation of illustrative materials, selecting drawings,
sketches, diagrams and charts.
Essential Job Functions
Must create part catalogs supporting maintenance procedures for
aircraft, marine, and industrial turboshaft engines. Requires the ability to quickly learn the
processes used in turbine engine assembly and operation, and in standard shop
practices such as NDI, blending, etc.
Must be able to visualize three dimensional parts and engine components
using flat, two dimensional engineering drawings. Excellent keyboard skills and proficiency
with MS Office. Ability to comply with style
and format guidelines. Organized, with
the ability to manage multiple tasks within a tight deadline. Clear communicator able to work with DS2 and
customer managers. Excellent work ethic
Minimum Education and Experience Required
High School graduate or
GED minimum, 4 year
college degree in related field preferred. Keyboard skills and desktop publishing
software experience a must. Mechanical
background, preferably in aviation preferred.
Some prior exposure to technical writing. Aircraft engine experience. Prior experience in desktop publishing such
as MS Word, Adobe Framemaker, and Arbortext Adept Editor. Familiarity with 3D modeling software such as
VisMockUp. Knowledge of Air Transport
Association Spec 2200. Knowledge of SGML
or XML tagging.