Manufacturing Technology Engineer

Location: Columbus, MS
Job Code: 2067
# of openings: 1



  • Aurora Flight Sciences’ mission is to apply autonomy and robotics to the development, production and operation of advanced aircraft. 
  • A Manufacturing Technology Engineer will support the creation, development and implementation of advanced manufacturing solutions for prototype and production aircraft. 
  • This position will work across the Aurora enterprise supporting programs from manufacturing development through recurring production.
  • The Manufacturing Technology Engineer will work side-by-side with Program Management, Quality Engineering, Production Management, Contracts and Supply Chain organizations in support of their assigned responsibilities.  
  • Assist with production technology efforts including: 
  • Identify new technologies and new core processes for manufacturing at Aurora
  • Perform Engineering duties on IR&D programs
  • Assist with identification and acquisition of CR&D programs
  • Perform design and manufacturing engineering duties including:
  • Layout and/or design of parts or tooling required in support of programs
  • Develop processes and product flows for part manufacture which meet program budget requirements
  • Creation of process documentation including, but not limited to, specification creation/revision, work instructions and training processes
  • Assist with creation of control programming required to support product builds
  • Perform other program duties including:
  • Assist with production efforts on the production floor
  • Assist with Program, Manufacturing and Quality Plan creation
  • Assist with development and tracking of program schedules with stakeholders
  • Customer coordination including, but not limited to, new program kick-off, recurring status and technical interchange meetings


  • 2-5 years technical experience in aircraft manufacturing
  • Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Visio
  • CATIA V5 or similar CAD software
  • Basic understanding of AS9100 Quality System
  • May require lifting and carry up to 38 pounds on occasion
  • First shift based on AMS and AWV production first shift operations

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