Collins Aerospace in Singapore provides maintenance, repair, overhaul engineering and sales in support of our commercial and military customers in the Asia Pacific region. It also is a full repair and workshop facility, servicing more than 1,000 products within our air transport, business regional, in-flight entertainment and Government Systems areas.

Singapore is the location of our Asia Pacific regional headquarters and provides a local presence to our Singapore customers such as the Republic of Singapore Air Force, which uses our integrated avionics communication, navigation, surveillance/air traffic management solution.

Given Singapore's central location in the Asia Pacific region, the Collins Service Centre in Singapore is an ideal location for maintenance, repair and overhaul for our nearby customers. From the Flagship airlines of Malaysia and Thailand to All Nippon Airways in Japan, customers recognize the Singapore facility as our company's Air Transport Centre of Excellence in the Asia Pacific region.

Our Singapore Service Centre is preparing to lead the service and repair work in the region for the Boeing 787 and the Airbus A350. With growth in the air transport market segment and potential for expansion in the Government Systems marketplace, our Singapore facilities are well positioned to meet our customers' needs.  

Full time
 
Collins Aerospace Singapore
The Job: Provide Engineering support to Operations for one or multiple MRO programs. Duties include: Dispose IRR and prepare engineering repair quote Perform repair assessment and prepare repair routings/instructions using SAP Develop creative repair scheme for out of manual repairs Review engineering repair system and identify improvement opportunities Monitor production repair progress to meet customer TAT expectations Support quality investigation, cost reduction and continuous improvement Function as key engineering focal to liaise with Customer engineering group (focal) for repair approvals Liaise with other GRA MROs to develop generic repairs Support airworthiness compliance and customer requirements Provide repair trainings to engineering, quality and operation teams or customers The Requirements: Degree in Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering 1 to 3 years of aviation experience would be an advantage Candidates without aviation experience will be considered Ability to read blue prints and engineering documents Knowledge of design and structural analysis would be beneficial Proficient in MS Office applications Independent, self-motivated and able to work in a fast paced environment A team player with a positive attitude and keen interest to learn Candidates with more experience will be hired for a more senior position
May 29, 2019
Full time
 
Collins Aerospace Singapore
RESPONSIBILITIES As the EH&S Regional Leader – Asia Pacific, you will be responsible for assisting sites in meeting our company’s EH&S goals and continuing to improve our exemplary EH&S performance.  You will provide technical support and guidance, working collaboratively with EH&S professionals across the region and company.  In addition, you will play a key role as Collins integrates the largest acquisition in aerospace industry history.  You will also partner with Operations and integrating businesses to strengthen the company’s existing programs as well as to implement innovative approaches. This position supports 24 operating locations in the Asia Pacific region plus field operations. Essential duties and responsibilities are as follows: Support Collins Aerospace sites in the Asia Pacific region in the implementation of effective programs to minimise occupational injuries and eliminate violations of safety and environmental regulations. Provide guidance and assistance to sites on safety, compliance, and sustainability programs Assist with regulatory permit applications and agency correspondence as requested Lead and participate in onsite reviews of company requirements and EH&S Management System elements Participate on EH&S audit teams, as requested Support EH&S Business Unit Leaders with staffing and talent development needs, including onboarding of new EH&S professionals Conduct EH&S training for site leadership and EH&S professionals Participate in and provide feedback on incident investigations, as needed REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s Degree with minimum 10 years of experience / Master’s Degree with 7 years of experience The successful candidate should have experience in managing  EH&S programs, as well as the following:   Demonstrated success in implementing EH&S programs and systems in a manufacturing environment Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including an ability to communicate effectively with across all levels of the organization Strong leadership, organization, and project management skills Computer skills including Microsoft suite of programs Ability to travel internationally (75%), occasionally on short notice
May 29, 2019