Service Engineer specialized in Fuel Air systems

Dassault Falcon Jet
Job Type: 
Little Ferry
New Jersey

Dassault Falcon Jet, one of
the most sought after brands in business aviation is seeking a Service
Engineer specialized in Fuel Air systems

Summary of Duties

  • Provide systems specific support for all model Falcon aircraft to
    the command center, field service representatives, service centers,
    vendors, repair agents and/or customers in regards to technical
    concerns, questions, and troubleshooting of fuel storage and delivery
    systems and air related systems;
  • Deliver information to customers through letters, articles and presentations (seminars, customer meetings#8230;);
  • Monitor system / component failures and usage to identify issues and substantiate corrective actions;
  • Provide feedback and make recommendations regarding product improvements to program management;
  • Provide on-site customer assistance as required;
  • Provide technical reports as necessary;
  • Work with Dassault Aviation to support and develop solutions to technical issues;
  • Write letters to customers, reports, technical syntheses and executive summaries upon request;
  • Interact with W/H vendors and repair agents as necessary to support
    the Dassault Aviation teams as they move technical issues through the
    product support agenda process;
  • Act as a focal point for all DFJ departments providing input on technical issues related to systems support;
  • Review documentation for technical accuracy, spelling, grammar, and readability prior to customer release;
  • Develop and deliver presentations at customer meetings and company seminars;
  • Validate service bulletins and maintenance procedures with W/H customers and/or DAS facilities on behalf of Dassault Aviation;



  • BS Degree with emphasis on aviation industry;
  • Equivalent education may be considered


  • Four years of experience in technical aspects of aircraft support or system design;
  • A P Mechanic License or equivalent experience is suggested

Skills and abilities

  • Strong troubleshooting skills;
  • Multitasking and priority management skills;
  • Ability to read electrical schematics and hydro-mechanical system schematics
  • Ability to find solutions and/or alternatives/workaround in the best interest of the customers and company;
  • Must be fluent in English with strong written and verbal communication skills;
  • Good presentation skills;
  • Interpersonal skills: must be a team player with a cooperative and helpful nature;
  • Strong computer skills and proficient in using Microsoft Office programs.
  • Knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations;
  • Experience in system/component failure analysis and/or aircraft system maintainability and reliability analysis;
  • Typical climate controlled office environment including a cubicle (workstation), phone, and computer.
  • Domestic and international travel is required when necessary to
    accomplish the responsibilities of the job (approximately 5-10% travel).
First posted: 
10/19/2020 1:55:56 PM

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