Configuration Analyst/Management Analyst
Fort Worth, Texas
We are an aerospace parts manufacturer in Ft. Worth, Texas, looking to fill several roles for Configuration Analysts and a Configuration Management Analyst. These positions require functional PLM experience, using Enovia, entering data into the system. Experience entering data into EBOM or Teamcenter may be considered.
These roles will serve as a members of the Configuration and Data Management Team and on cross-functional teams with the focus of ensuring thorough analysis of proposed changes to product design and overall compliance to configuration management policies and procedures.
Responsibilities will include configuration identification, change control, release and distribution, acting as a gatekeeper for configuration change implementation, and administering Engineering Review and Change Control Boards (ERB/CCB).
Salary will be range from $60, 000 – 85, 000, depending on the role and your experience.
Bachelor’s Degree in an applicable discipline with experience in aerospace or aircraft industry Configuration Management experience implementing EIA-649, including in-depth knowledge of the Enovia PLM tool.
Configuration / Data Management Certificate, NDIA or CMII preferred.
Strong technical background with an in-depth understanding of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Y14 drafting, drawing and documentation standards.
Ability to read and understand complex engineering drawings.
Candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills, technical writing experience, and an ability to perform oral presentations in front of large groups.
Must have experience administering a Change Control Board. Must be able to work well in a team environment with minimal supervision, and communicate with various levels of management.
The above are not all of the requirements of the role(s), and the amount of experience required will vary with the specific role ("junior" or "senior")
Due to the nature of the work performed, all candidates must be U.S. Citizens or Permanent Resident Aliens.