The Hot Section Engineering (HSE) organization at Pratt & Whitney is responsible for the development of the conceptual, preliminary, and detailed designs of the combustor, turbine, and military exhaust modules for aerospace gas turbine engines.
The Electrical Engineer candidate will need five plus years of experience developing hardware and firmware for embedded systems. The candidate will be accountable for designing, building, and testing electronic products for the gas industry.
Perform forensic investigations, including fire origin and cause investigations, to identify the cause and origin of incidents that lead to failures, damages or defects in the electrical fields, supplies, systems, components, equipment and appliances within industrial, commercial and residential locations.
Design of drainage elements relating to road and highway projects, including hydrologic analysis, inlet design, storm sewer design, ditch and channel design, cross drain design, retention/detention basin design, water quality analysis, adequate outfall design.
Responsible for the design of high voltage (69-500kV) transmission lines using PLS-CADD. Prepare construction documents including plan and profile drawings, structure loading trees, and foundation and assembly drawings. Provide field support during construction.
Provide input in new product design to assure manufacturability and evaluate PCB fabrication and assembly drawings. Develop manufacturing instructions, process specifications, and rework instructions for electronic assemblies and perform PFMEA and DFM to identify potential process risks early in the design stage.
Support development of standard work and tools for data collection and data maintenance in support of regulatory and customer requirements and collaborate with other professionals to ensure that P&W meets our business goals and regulatory requirements in this area.