Lead Repair Development Engineer

GE Aerospace




Position summary

Job Description Summary

The role of the Repair Development Engineer is to provide technical support for the repair of GE Aerospace jet engine components. This includes writing Approved Technical Data (ATD) for repairs and answering technical inquiries from MRO facilities around the world

Job Description

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop repairs and repair technologies for rotating parts for General Electric jet engines

  • Coordinate technical and regulatory approval for repairs and repair enhancements

  • Provide specific technical solutions to shop production issues

  • Ensure that component repair facilities meet Repair Source Substantiation requirements when industrializing new repairs.

  • Provide engineering support to teams working on performance, cost reduction, and quality initiatives

  • Provide technical support to internal and external MRO shops requesting on-going technical solutions and industrializing new repairs 


  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical/Aerospace or any Engineering field

  • Minimum 5 years of experience in aviation or manufacturing environment preferred

  • Open to consider fresh grads who are willing to learn and have a passion for Aerospace

Desired Characteristics:

  • Humble: respectful, receptive, agile, eager to learn​

  • Transparent: shares critical information, speaks with candor, contributes constructively​

  • Focused: quick learner, strategically prioritizes work, committed  ​

  • Leadership ability: strong communicator, decision-maker, collaborative​

  • Problem solver: analytical-minded, challenges existing processes, critical thinker

Additional Information

Relocation Assistance Provided: No

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About the company

Industry: Aerospace

GE Aerospace is a world-leading provider of jet and turboprop engines, components and integrated systems for commercial, military, business and general aviation aircraft. At GE Aerospace, we believe the world works better when it flies.