Technical Rotation Program
Airframe Segment- Technical Rotation Program (TRP) Overview:
The Technical Rotation Program provides a vehicle for the Airframe Segment to identify, select, and develop the very best engineering students coming out of university who have a primary interest in developing into top engineering leaders for our various facilities around the country.
- Qualified applicants must be within six months of a four-year engineering degree.
- Demonstrated leadership ability and team building skills. This may be obtained through membership in scholastic clubs or associations, extracurricular affiliations or memberships, or as described more fully in applicants resume.
- Intern or co-op experience strongly desired, but not required.
- Relocation required.
The Technical Rotation Program is a 2-3 year accelerated rotation program that features structured development opportunities including cross-functional technical assignments, exposure to senior leadership and robust technical competency development.
- Each rotation will be one year in length.
- Participants must complete a Manufacturing and Quality Engineering Role in first two years (not particularly in that order).
- The third year is optional and based on individual preference and company need. Third year rotations could include, but are not limited to the following: Design, Continuous Improvement, EH&S, Maintenance, and Sales Engineering.
- Participants will most likely remain within a designated geographical region for the duration of the program, unless company needs require relocation between assignments.
- Current opportunities exist in the following regions:
- Greater Los Angeles Area (So-Cal)
- Greater Seattle Area
- Various Midwest Locations
Duties shall include engineering responsibilities dependent on the plant's specific engineering needs. These responsibilities may include but are not limited to process control, process improvement, metallurgy, tooling and fixture design, specifying dimensional requirements, drawing documentation updates, production support, facilities maintenance, and maintaining quality systems.
All assignments while in the TRP program will be reviewed and approved by the TRP Steering Committee. The TRP Steering committee will monitor the performance level and progress of each member in their quarterly meetings.
Graduation from the TRP will be approved by the TRP Steering Committee. It is the intent of the program to prepare TRP graduates for a full time Engineering position at one of the Airframe facilities.
Upon graduation approval, candidates will have the opportunity to apply and be selected for full time roles. Similar in process to the other development programs, there will be a predetermined window for candidates to apply, receive and accept offers from within the division.
Program graduates will be required to accept a role within the Airframe Segment upon graduation of the program. Opportunities outside the segment can only be considered if the TRP Steering Committee approves an exception.
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