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Engineer – Cabin & Interiors Jobs in Honolulu, HI at Hawaiian Airlines

Title: Engineer – Cabin & Interiors

Company: Hawaiian Airlines

Location: Honolulu, HI

DescriptionAt Hawaiian Airlines, we are all about welcoming our guests with Hawaiian hospitality and aloha, and taking care of our people, our home, and the communities we serve. Join our ‘ohana and be a part of an exciting team of professionals dedicated to serving our kama‘āina and introducing our islands to the world!

Position SummaryServes as an engineer for maintaining cabin interior/exterior markings, placards, configuration, paint schemes and emergency equipment requirements. Assist with troubleshooting defects in the working systems above in both Line and Base environments, research, and development for reverse-engineering of systems or components as applicable. Coordinates efforts with In-Flight, Airport Operations, Brand Management and Marketing in order to maintain proper appearance and assist in any corrective action.

Key Responsibilities

Maintains and coordinates interior/exterior markings, placards, paint schemes and interior/emergency equipment requirements as needed to support the operation

Develops and implements solutions to improve passenger comfort and crew concerns

Collaberates with Airport Operations on cabin appearance and related products used in aircraft cleanliness

Assist with cabin configurations for new aircraft or cabin refreshes, including FAR/CFR requirements such as burn certifications, 16G seat loads, etc.

Research and development for reverse engineering (owner operator produced parts) for components

The position requires application of engineering principles to research technical, operational, and quality issues, as well as determining interim and final engineering solutions, and responding to OEM/Vendor and internal questions and reported problems through internal and external communication

Prepares, creates, reviews and approves engineering documentation in accordance with HA Engineering Standard Operating Procedures and processes. Includes repairs, modifications, alterations and STC’s

Utilizes technical expertise and practical experience to disposition complex technical issues

Researches, recommends and approves part alternatives

Substantiates repairs/modifications in accordance with industry accepted practices and Federal Aviation Administration applicable requirements

Reviews documents including CMM’s, Service Letters, Service Bulletins, FARs, CFR’s, Airworthiness Directives, and other manufacturer issued publications

Provide on-site support to Maintenaince

Ability to read and understand Maintenaince Manuals (IPC, AMM, WDM, SSM, TSM, SRM, FIM, etc.) to assist in troubleshooting

Maintains and updates maintenance manuals, OEM and internal revisions, approve and authorize part master records in TRAX by researching substantiation documentation

Research reliability trends and assist with actioning improvements on components and airframes

Interface with equipment vendors, industry partners, MRO providers and regulatory authorities

Collaboration with Planning, MRO’s, Quality Assurance, Supply, Materials and Maintenance for process improvements as needed

Participates in resolution of design and improvements to maintenance programs & procedures as needed

Timely accomplishment of assignments coming into the group, including resolution of CARs, CERIs, review/disposition of Alert Level investigations, IRG, MRRB, CAS activities, etc.

Ability to work on 717, 787, A321 and A330 fleet types

Professional development such as training, conferences and other related duties as assigned

Requirements

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Engine…

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