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Test Engineer, Propeller Integration Engineer Positions Open at Hartzell Propeller

Date: June 7, 2018 Category: Blog
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Hartzell Propeller is looking for several experienced Engineers to join our team – including positions for a Propeller Integration Engineer and Test Engineer.

Hartzell Propeller’s history spans generations and is tied to some of the greatest moments in the history of flight. As the world leader in aircraft propeller design and manufacturing, Hartzell Propeller has produced propellers for the Wright Brothers, world-record breaking aircraft, the U.S. military and the world’s greatest aerobatic performers. We are a small, team-oriented company where individual contributions are encouraged and recognized. CNC machinists make up an essential part of our staff, and their work helps us continue leading the future in aircraft propeller manufacturing.

Hartzell Propeller is located in Piqua, Ohio, approximately 25 miles north of Dayton – the birthplace of aviation. Piqua is a community of 22,000, which offers a friendly, small-town atmosphere yet is still an easy drive to Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati.

As with all employment opportunities at Hartzell, flying experience and an interest in aviation is a plus!

View details of the positions below and apply here.

Propeller Integration Engineer:

The Propeller Integration Engineer is responsible for the prediction of propeller aerodynamic performance using analytical tools. The Propeller Integration Engineer will also be responsible for the integration of propellers with various aircraft. This includes aerodynamic performance, acoustic, and control system aspects. When necessary, aerodynamic and structural design and analysis of propeller blades will be performed.

For more information and to apply, click here.

Hartzell is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


Test Engineer Position:

Hartzell Propeller conducts many types of tests to support propeller development and certification.  The Test Engineer will support propeller test activities locally and at customer facilities, both domestically and internationally.  The primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the configuration of test propellers and instrumentation, installation of test propellers and instrumentation on aircraft, data recording, data analysis, and report preparation. This position is expected to lead to becoming a Hartzell ODA Unit Member with the authority to approve certification data on behalf of the FAA.

For more information and to apply, click here.

Hartzell is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


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