The Airframe Design Engineer is responsible for design activities related to the preparation, conversion, and release of engineering data.
Also, this position has responsibilities for compliance to the Design Requirements Manual, A / F Design Manual, Best Practices, Customer Specifications, Military Standards, Bell Helicopter procedures, and Program Directives.
Position Responsibilities :
supporting the development of product changes and improvements; responding to data / action requests from procurement, manufacturing, tooling, etc.
preparation of engineering change requests and change orders; engineering drawing maintenance.
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