• This position is based in Shanghai China to interface with customer airlines and the Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC) in support of Boeing’s business growth in this rapidly expanding region. This is not considered a flying position, but opportunities to fly may arise and will be considered if appropriate.
• The job will primarily interface with senior flight operations executives, airline management, and regulatory authorities to help ensure Boeing best practices are understood and followed. Candidates should have experience flying Boeing aircraft, be conversant in modern flight deck technologies (IAN, RNP, GLS, etc.) and be able to communicate this knowledge in a clear and concise manner. A thorough understanding of aircraft operations with regard to take-off and landing performance scenarios is required. Experience instructing is beneficial.
• This position entails being a member of a multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary team supporting Boeing products. An ability to prepare aircraft technical presentations and present them to an audience is required. With an extremely dynamic work environment, travel is required and can come at short notice. Flexibility and an ability to determine priorities are critical. As a liaison between the airlines and Boeing, regular progress reports are necessary to keep all business disciplines informed. Strong computer skills are necessary as most communications will be electronic.
• Some of the day to day responsibilities may include:
o Provides flight operations, safety and technical support to Boeing internal and external customers at multiple levels.
o Performs activities to support flight crew training, standardization, and flight procedures/operational techniques.
o Represents Boeing as a technical lead by authoring and presenting professional papers at safety and flight operational forums.
o Provides information and specialist technical services to Company and customer flight crews to enhance flight operation efficiency.