Engineer, National Aerospace Standards

Company Name:
Aerospace Industries Association
Job Duties:
Manage technical aspects of the National Aerospace Standards (NAS) Library, which contains over 1300 active standards for components used in the aerospace industry. Support National Aerospace Standards Committee (NASC) leadership by researching technical questions. Review and prepare at least 65 NAS standards per quarter in accordance with change requests and NAS380 and address comments from NASC for corrections on the standards prior to publication. Create 2D and 3D representations of NAS parts in Computer Aided Design (CAD) software. Oversee project work by NASC volunteers to update NAS standards. Prepare and manage technical NASC meeting agenda and proceedings. Manage industry inquiry process by responding to user requests for information.
- Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering with concentration in Aerospace Engineering
- 2 years of professional experience as a Mechanical Engineer
- 2 years of professional experience with Standards
- Academic or professional experience with modeling in CAD
All experience may be gained concurrently.
To apply, mail resume, cover letter, 3 references, & 2 writing samples to Human Resources, Aerospace Industries Association, Attn: Engineer, National Aerospace Standards, 1000 Wilson Blvd. Suite 1700, Arlington, VA 22209.

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