United Technologies Corporation Compression Systems Engineering -Associate Engineer in East Hartford, Connecticut
Job ID: 73119BR
City: East Hartford
Country: United States
Category: Engineering, Systems
Job Type: Full Time
Engineering opportunities at Pratt & Whitney may include a role in one of the following disciplines: Project Engineering, Design, Structures, Heat Transfer, Methods and more.
These roles would involve the following activities:
Define the primary flow-path definition within various engine components.
Design new hardware and improve existing hardware.
Develop and apply new structural materials and complex thermal-mechanical processes.
Build finite element models, perform analysis, and determine mission life for the product.
Plan, execute, develop and validate (test) the product.
Collaborate with other disciplines as part of the Integrated Product Team concept to optimize designs and process for cost, weight, and performance.
This position is in Compression Section Engineering and may be part of the Engineering Development Program at Pratt & Whitney. The Engineering Development Program, or EDP, is a multi-year program for new college hires that has been implemented to: 1) accelerate technical capability through substantive work rotations focused in specific disciplines; and 2) connect EDP participants with a network of technical resources & engineering experts.
The EDP offers new employees the opportunity to rotate through assignments in the organization that provide focused classroom training & technical work experiences.
This role could be located in CT, FL, MI
Qualification: Previous Internships in Engineering preferred
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering
United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.
Previous Internships in Engineering preferred