Job ID 01441847 Most Recent Date Posted 05/31/2021 City East
Hartford State Connecticut Country United States
United States of America
PW100: East Hartford 400 Main Street, East Hartford, CT, 06118
Pratt & Whitney is working to, once again, transform the future
of flight-designing, building and servicing engines unlike any the
world has ever seen. And because transformation begins from within,
we're seeking the people to drive it. So, calling all curious.
Come ready to explore and you'll find a place where your talent
takes flight-beyond the borders of title, a country or your comfort
zone. Bring your passion and commitment and we'll welcome you into
a tight-knit team that takes our mission personally. Channel your
drive to make a difference into shaping an organization and an
industry that's evolving fast to the future.
Where the difference you make is on display every day. Just look
Are you ready to go beyond?
Pratt & Whitney Control & Diagnostic Systems and Accessories
(CDSA) is a dynamic engineering organization focused on the
conceptualization, design, development and certification of
military and commercial turbine engine control and diagnostic
systems. CDSA is responsible for all aspects of Pratt & Whitney's
engine control and diagnostic system development, as well as
functional integration across engine system modules and major
component supplies, and digital integration with host air
This posting is for Modular FADEC Component Integrated Product
Team (CIPT) Lead within the CDSA organization. The CIPT Lead will
provide proactive, strategic leadership of CDSA activities in
support of definition of the new Modular Full Authority Digitial
Engine Control for use in operational and derivative military
Specific responsibilities include:
Coordinates definition of control and diagnostic system content
definition activities with CDSA Discipline Chiefs, CIPT Managers
and Fellows to establish an integrated strategy with multiple
military programs chief engineers, customers, suppliers, and engine
development program plans.
Identifies needs for Controls and Diagnostic technologies, and
promoting candidate control and diagnostic system existing
capabilities and new technologies as solutions for challenges posed
by the studies, communicating benefits and risks for each
Acts as interface between Pratt & Whitney Control & Diagnostic
Systems (CDSA) and internal/external customers regarding control
and diagnostic system content in notional engine trade studies and
- Leverages capabilities, as necessary, of CDSA external
partners, suppliers, other RTX business units to meet the controls
and diagnostics needs of notional engine designs.
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical, Aerospace, Computer,
Electrical Engineering or Physics based background
Minimum of 12 years' experience with engine system performance
requirement definition and analysis, as well as in control system
architecture definition and functional integration or 10+ years'
experience with an Advanced Degree
US Citizenship or US Person required due to government
- Ability to obtain Government Security Clearance
Masters of Science in Mechanical, Aerospace, Computer, or
Electrical Engineering or Masters of Business Administration
Demonstrated record of technical contributions regarding control
Solid communications skills and ability to coordinate activities
between diverse set of stakeholders.
Ability to thrive in a dynamic work environment where change is
the norm rather than the exception.
Knowledge of Systems Engineering skill areas.
- Broad familiarity with military or commercial gas turbine
engine design, development, and validation desirable.
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Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or
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