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Posted: Thursday, September 28, 2017 6:57 PM

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Many US Air Force (USAF) aircraft are now flying beyond its original design service goal (in terms of flight hours and years of service). Moreover, mission changes, structural repairs, and system modifications (upgrades and repairs) have changed the structural behavior in ways not envisioned by the original designers and not captured in the original technical data. Because of these, the engineering and analysis activities surrounding structural sustainment have moved beyond the routine and are now heavily dependent upon specialized expertise and tools oriented much more toward research and development. Increasingly, structural damage found in the field and during depot maintenance falls outside the bounds of routine analysis and related repairs as outlined in the aircraft Technical Orders, requiring specialized engineering disposition. Furthermore, efficient sustainment requires moving away from a reactive and costly find and fix mentality to a more economically proactive predict and manage approach. Anticipating damage requires predictive tools and an analysis capability that goes far beyond routine engineering support.
Expertise in maintenance data collection and management, structural analysis, corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, fatigue crack growth, and a thorough understanding of available and applicable materials along with suitable manufacturing and maintenance processes and corrosion mitigation concepts (Materials and Processes) are a must. Promising new techniques are being investigated for use and require thorough vetting before implementation. Successful structural sustainment of legacy aircraft requires much more than repairs:it demands an understanding of the physical principles underlying damage evolution and progression; the ability to recognize the synergistic interactions between different time:based failure modes; and the development of new, cutting:edge tools and techniques to maintain safety, certification and economical operation. These skill sets and requisite experience are also necessary for reviewing, assessing, applying, and qualifying new processes as they are implemented during maintenance or production of new spare parts. This effort requires specific knowledge of legacy production
practices and detailed understanding of the design intent captured in original part drawings, specifications, and incumbent processes. Modernization of the maintenance process requires integration of all these concepts, skills and abilities with deliberate documentation of lessons learned in an effort to avoid costly mistakes.
Job Description:
The Implementation Specialist will:
Provide application support and assistance with the Siemens Teamcenter Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) application for users of this system in implementing Aircraft Structural Integrity Program (ASIP) and related engineering data for managing a fleet of aircraft. Teamcenter processes are being deployed across multiple organizations and disciplines within the aircraft System Program Offices (SPO) and associated groups, including depot maintenance and field organizations. A pathfinder organization in the deployment of these capabilities is changing how data is viewed and used in these organizations and across the Air Force, particularly with regard to system sustainment.
Support the SPO in its development and implementation as well as facilitate improvements in configuring this functionality, data and user interfaces to ensure the system meets ASIP data requirements and is usable by end users.
Support implementation of the Teamcenter Active Workspace interface environment within the aircraft PLM environment. The aircraft SPO has already purchased the hardware to allow this transition, but requires dedicated resources to analyze, plan and implement the transition to this new interface.
Support the PLM implementation personnel, Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) PLM Capabilit


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